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We in vii<- the attention of families who wish to bnrn pure Coal, to the 
following varieties which we have in stock: 

Genuine Lykens Valley Franklin, 

Old Company's Lehigh, 

Draper, Kohinoor, Excelsior, 
Raven Run, Locust Mountain, Shenandoah, 
Philadelphia & Reading Goal & Iron Company's 

Hard and Free Burning Goals. 

Purchasers may rely on having their Coal screened clean, and prompt delivery. 
WOOD, LIME, HAY AND CEMENT, 

Xi. GL BURNHAM & @© ep 

Office, 75 State Street, Boston, Mass. 
WHARVES, 

221 Bridge Street, E. Cambridge. 132 Charles Street, Boston, 
East Chester Park, Boston. 

BOSWORTH «fc HAMLIN, 

DEALERS IN 

Hard & Soft Coal & Wood, 

NO. 256 FEDERAL ST., BOSTON. 

ROYAL BOSWORTH. EDWARD S. HAMLIN. 

LACKAWANNA GOAL! 



GEO. M. WINSLOW & CO., 

Nos. 228 Cause-way, and 139 Cross Sts., 
BOSTOU. 




CUTTER & PARKER, 



Wholesale and Retail Dealers in 



BUNDS, GLAZED WINDOWS, 

Door and Window Frames, 

BLIND FASTENINGS, ETC. 

71 & 73 Portland, near Sudbury St., Boston. 

Doors of every quality at the lowest 
cash prices. 



Benj. F. Parker. 



OLIVE3 



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Tin Plate and Sheet Iren Workers, 

DEALERS IN FIRST CLASS 



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SOLE AGENTS FOR THE 

PEERLESS FURNACE & 
GOOD NEWS RANGE. 



Milk Cans Made and Repaired. All kinds 
of Repairing done. All Stoves and Furna- 
ces of the latest improvement, as regard* 
economy of fuel, are warranted to give sat- 
isfaction. Custom-made Tin and Copper 
Ware manufactured to order. 



G. R. Oliver, 



525 MAIN STREET. 



R. B. Rowe. 



OCTAGON 

PORTABLE RANGE, 

The Latest and Best. 

In appearance and operation 
the OCTAGON is offered to the 
Public as being 

Unsurpassed by any Range in 
the Market. 





GOLDEN STAR FURNACE, 

A Quick and Powerful Heater. 
FEItFECTILY GAH TIGHT. 

First-class in every Particular. 

Manufactured by the 

Taunton Iron Works Co., 
87 &89 BLACKSTONE ST., BOSTON. 

Foundry at Taunton, Mass. 
AGENTS: 

MOYNAHAN & CO., 

457 Cambridge St., c. Prospect, GAMBRIDGEPORT. 



Doors, 



Windows, 



8ashes, 



Blinds. 



S. P. LANGMAID & CO., 



Wholesale and "Retail Dealers in 

DOORS, SASHES, BLINDS, 

Fence Pales, Framing Pins, Blind Trimmings, 
Glazed Windows, &c. 

28 & 29 Charlestown St., Boston, Mass. 

Opp. the Boston & Maine R. R. Depot. 

Doors of every quality at the lowest cash prices. Car- 
penters and others will find it to their advantage 
to call before purchasing. 




WALTER H. DURRELL. 



WINKLEY, THORP & DRESSER, 

Successors in the Stationery business to Cambridgeport Diary Co., 



who succeeded Cutter, Tower & Co. 



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ACTURERS 



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■AND JOBBER- "I - 



SCHOOL BOOKS AND STATIONERY, 
111 Devonshire Street, opp. the Post-Office, 



W. W. Wink ley, 
E. G. Thorp, j 
E. D. Dresser. ' 




-A.- IMC- CUSHING c*3 OO., 

MANUFACTURERS OF 

SDAPSTONB WASH-TRAYS, SIWKS. STOVES. 

AM) ALL DESCRIPTIONS OF 

Soapstone and Marble Work. 

AGFNTS FOR SPRINGFIELD SOAPSTONE CO., 

14 Marshall Street, - BOSTON, MASS. 



Whatever is worth doing is worth doing WELL: 



SOLICITOR OF PATENTS, 

And Expert in Patent Causes. 

28 State Street, room 47, BOSTON". 

All blanche* of Patent BiiMiness attended to. I OIVE HIV PERGONAL 
ATTENTION TO EACH CASE. 



15 RIVER STREET, . CAMBRIDGEPORT. 
'\W. \7SZ m SE3AVER c*3 CO., 

(SUC CESSORS TO NEWTON, SEAVER & CO.) 

Bread Cake and Pastry 

Of Every Description . 

SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO 

WEDDING CAKE AND FANCY 

FROSTING. 

Ordem from Parlies and Picnics 
Solicited. 

Established 1780. 





SHAW, APPLIN & CO., 

Manufacturers and wholesale dealers in 

Fine and Medium Parlor Fnraitnre, 

SOFAS, LOUNGES, CHAIRS, &c. 

Church and Lodge Furniture Made to order. 
Salesrooms, 27 Sudbury, and 69 and 71 Portland Streets. 

FACTORY, BRIDGE ST., EAST CAMBRIDGE, 

Sumner Applin. S. C. Small. A. B. Shaw. 

ESTABLISHED 1844. 

GEO. G. PAGE & CO., 

BOX MANUFACTURERS, 

3 to 13 Hampshire St., Cambridgeport, Mass. 

BOXES PRINTED WHEN DESIRED. 

ALSO KINDLING WOOD FOR SALE. 



GKEENOTTGfflTS 

Cambridge Directory, 

FOR 1882.^ ^> 








CONTAINING 



A GENERAL DIRECTORY OP THE RESIDENTS, 
CITY AND COUNTY REGISTER. BUSINESS " 
DIRECTORY, A MAP, ETC , ETC. 



No. ^Jt T 




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COMPILED AND PUBLISHED BY 

A., QREENOTTQH & CO 

31 MILK STREET, 

188a. 



FOE SALE BY 



A?IEE BROS., 5 Harvard Square, C A.TIB I 
and EDGAR F. IIl^T & CO., 575 ITIain St., CAHBRIDGE1 

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PRICE, ..... $2. SO. 




GEPORT 



Entered according to Act of Congress, in the year 1882, by "W. A. Gbeenough, \<«| 
in the Office of the Li|«rian of Congress at Washington. ^r *_*] 




CAMBRIDGE DIRECTORY. 




Wm. Ridlon, Piano-Forte and Furniture Mover. 

Office, 1 1 LaGrange Street, Boston. Residence, 42 Pearl St., Somervllle. 
Particular attention paid to moving Piano-fortes in and out of windows, and Furniture out 
of town. Also, to Packing in the best manner for transportation. Packing Boxes for sale. 
Ridlon is employed by the principal Piano Dealers in Boston and vicinity. 

O- ID- W^ILDESR, 

DEALER IN 

BOOTS, SHOES 1 RUBBERS 

557 Main Street, Cambridgeport. 

AND 

7 HARVARD SQUARE, - - OLD CAMBRIDGE. 

Constantly on hand, full lines of 

LADIES HAND MADE GOODS. 

Repairing' "^7"ell Done. 

SANBORN, PARKER & CO., 

Pickles and Canned Goods, 

LIMES, OLIVES, KETCHUPS, $c. 

Hotel and Family trade in and about Cambridge supplied in quantities to suit. 

OFFICE, 29 SO. MARKET ST., BOSTON. 



_. , ) East Carnbridg 

Factories,) hSSSl 1 ?- JS5S: 



ICast Canobridge, Mass. 

Long Island, New York. 



INTRODUCTORY. 



The Cambridge Directory for 1882 has been prepared with 
the greatest care, as usual, and we trust that all who may have 
occasion to refer to it will find it so nearly perfect, that our inten- 
tion to have it a model directory, shall be fulfilled. 

Each year adds to the expense and labor of publishing, and the 
steady increase of names from year to year shows that not only 
is our work well and faithfully done, but that our city is rapidly 
growing in population and wealth. When the time shall come 
for rapid transit between Cambridge and Boston, and the project- 
ed bridge built to connect us with the Back Bay district, our 
growth will be more rapid still, and the city even more prosper- 
ous than now. 

For the support we receive from the businessmen of Cambridge, 
as well as the citizens who do business in Boston, we are under 
many obligations ; also to the officers of the various societies and 
institutions for information furnished us, we present our thanks. 

The following shows the increase in names over last year: 

Names in Directory, 1881, 19,786 

« « " 1882, 20,450 



Increase, 664 

We remain, very respectfully, 

W. A. GREENOUGH & CO., 
Boston, Jan. 1, 1882. Editors and Publishers. 



CAMBRIDGE DIRECTORY. 



E. H. LUKE <£ SON, 

Dealers in all kinds of 

GRAIN ADO MEAL. 



-ALSO- 



Hay slyicL Stra-w, 

^tt 8 X°ef) 71 & 73 Main Street, CAMBRIDGEPORT. 

G-OODS DELIVERED FREE. 

GEORGE H, MOT» 

DEALER IN 

COAL AND WOOD, 

Bent's Wharf, No. 168 Main Street, 

Near the Junction of Harvard and Main Streets, CAMBRIDGEPORT, MASS. 

A. WHITING WATRISS, 



Tin and. Sheet Iron Worker. 

TIN ROOFING. Stove Linings and Grates. PARLOR 
and COOK STOVES. FURNACES REPAIRED. 

House Furnishing Goods. 

605 Main Street, CAMBRIDGEPORT. 

THZO^C^S SMITH, 

Horse - Shoeing Establishment, 

436 Main Street, 

1. Austin St., CAMBRIDGEPORT. 




Suitable treatment for Stumbling, Inter- 
fering, Over-reaching, Npee«l Cutting, 
CoriiM, Qiinrt<-r-crncli, and other defects 
of the feet. Owners' directions strictly follow- 
ed. The workmen are the most skillful in the 
country, and all work under the personal 
supervision of the subscriber. 



CONTENTS. 



PAGE 

Abbreviations 27 

Advertising Department follows 358 

American Legion of Honor 342 

Ancient Order of Foresters 346 

Ancient Order of Hibernians 346 

A. O. U. W 345 

Banks 286, 336, 337 

Bridges 25 

Business Directory 285 

Business Directory of Patrons in other Cities 7 

Calendar 15 

Cambridge Public Library 328 

Cambridge Water Board : . . 326 

Cemeteries 24 

Census of Massachusetts 355 

Churches 330 

City Government 325 

College Buildings 24 

Corporations 338 

County Officers and Courts 353 

Episcopal Theological School 352 

Fire Alarm Telegraph 327 

Fire Department 327 

General Directory 27 

Grand Army of the Republic 345 

Halls, Buildings, etc 23 

Harvard College 351 

Harugari 345 

Home Circle 345 

Index to Advertisements 4 

Insurance Company 335 

Introductory 1 

Justices of the Peace . 354 

Kindergarten Schools 320, 330 

Knights of Honor 342 

knight8 of the maccabees 344 

Knights and Ladies of Honor 343 

Location of Signal Boxes 327 

Map opposite title page 

Masonic 339 

Massachusetts Catholic Order of Foresters 346 

Military Organizations 346 

National American Association 344 

Notaries Public 354 

Odd Fellows 340 

Police Department 326 

Post-offices 352 

Public Schools 328 

Railroad Stations 353 

Railroad Time Table 353 

Royal Arcanum 343 

Savings Banks 317,337 

Societies 349 

St. Mary's Parochial School 330 

St. Thomas Aquinas College 330 

Streets, Courts, Avenues, etc 17 

Temperance Organizations 347 

United Fellowship 344 

United Order of Foresters 346 

United Order of the Golden Cross 344 

Ward Boundaries 25 

Ward Officers 826 

Wharves 24 



INDEX. 



INDEX TO CAMBRIDGE ADVERTISEMENTS. 



PAGE 

Albee Sumner, lawyer 27 

Alger Alpheus B., lawyer 28 

Alger Edwin A., lawyer 28 

Amee Bros., stationers opposite title 

Anderson Alfred, carpenter 5 

Ayres I. H., livery stable 19 

Bagley B. A. Miss, confectionery, &c... . 16 

Bancroft Wm. A , lawyer 28 

Baumeister A., plumber opp. streets 

Beane Enoch, provisions and fish, .front 26 

Bent Geo. C, lawyer 28 

Bent Geo. H., coal and wood., opp. contents 
Bird H. & Co., insurance agents, 

inside front cover 
Bird H. M., proprietor Broadway Iron 

Foundry 8 

Blair Tourograph and Dry Plate Co. 
photographers' materials . inside back cov. 

Blake Edwin H , grocer 3 

Blevins J. J., slater front cover 

Bock Wm. A., florist 299 

Boston Ice Co 20 

Broadway Iron Foundry, H. M. Bird ... 8 

Brock Brothers, stoves, &c 7 

Brown J. E., carpenter 6 

Brown W. T. & Co., grocers 3 

Burnham Edward, insurance 17 

Burnham L. G. & Co., coal, 

opp. inside front cover 

Butterfield J. H., provisions opp. streets 

Cambridge Chronicle, Linn B. Porter, 

proprietor 17 

Cambridge Ice Co., L. M. Hannum, pro- 
prietor 21 

Cambridge Laundry 12 

Cambridge Mutual Fire Ins. Co.. opp. p. 144 

Cambridge National Bank 336 

Cambridge Press, Jas. Cox. prop 16 

Cambridge Rolling Mills, Gilmore & 

Eustis back cover 

Cambridge Savings Bank 337 

Cambridge Tribune, D. Gilbert Dexter, 

editor and manager 18 

Campbell Wm. & Co., boiler makers. . . 15 

Chaplin George & Co., carpenters 19 

Charles River Iron Works, Kendall & 

Roberts, steam boilers front colored 

Charles River National Bank of Cam- 
bridge 336 

Citizens Ice Co 21 

Clark F. C. & Co., stoves, etc 12 

Clark Wm. T., provisions 3 

Clary John, lumber 7 

Cochrane A. & Co., chemical mnfrs 22 

Cofran Samuel M., brick mnfr., 

over calendar 
Coleman John & Sons, coal and wood. . 19 
Colman J. J., kitchen furnishing goods. 12 

Cox James, prop. Cambridge Press 16 

Cruikshank J. T., horticulturist 5 

Cummings Kenney & Co., hardwood 

lumber 7 

Damon Geo. L., safe manufacturer 20 

Davis Curtis & Co., soap manufacturers, 

insert opposite calendar 

Davis Hervey, grain, meal, etc 4 

Dexter D. Gilbert, editor Cambridge 

Tribune 18 

Dillingham Henry, painter 11 

D^e, Hunnewell & Co., furniture manu- 
facturers front cover 

Dudley & Dudley, lawyers 26 

Durant William B., lawyer 29 

Ela Bros., Standard turning works, 

back cover 



PAGE 

Farwell Bertram H., florist 299 

Feeley M. A., painter 11 

Ferguson J. G. & B. S., bakers 15 

First National Bank of Cambridge 336 

Fitzpatrick Alfred, planing 6 

Ford Austin, granite 10 

Ford John & Son, printers back cover 

Gage Daniel W., stoves, ranges, etc., 

on map 

Gale Geo. W. , lumber front cover 

Gilmore & Eustis, Cambridge Rolling 

Mills back cover 

Goepper Bros., barrel manufacturers, 

inside back cover 
Gooch J. G. &-N. G., lumber dealers, 

foot lines general directory 

Greene & Co., stoves, etc 31 

Greenleaf Albert P., mason and paper- 
hangings 11 

Halberg Nicholas, coach maker 5 

Hale Edwin B., lawyer 26 

Hale, Teele & Bisbee, soap manufactur- 
ers insert opp. calendar 

Haley T. W., plumber 10 

Hancock Charles E., real estate 1 

Hannum L. M.^prop. Cambridge Ice Co. 21 
Harris Philip W. & Co., paper patterns. 1 
Hastings W. B. & Co., insurance agents, 

opposite streets 
Hawkes Levi & Co., plumbers, opp. streets 

Hayes Wm. A. jr., lawyer 28 

Henderson & Co., metals, etc 14 

Heron Wm. J. , plasterer 11 

Hoag Jonathan, grocer 3 

Holmes F. M. Furniture Co front cover 

Holmes J. A. & Co., grocers 8 

Holt W. B., painter and glazier 1 

Holt & Bngbee, foreign woods 7 

Hovey & Co., florists 18 

Howe A. M., lawyer 27 

Howe Spring Bed Co 19 

Howe & Putney, bacon works 16 

Hunnewell Wm. A. & Co., coal and 

wood 4 

Hunt Edgar F. & Co., booksellers.. opp. 145 
Hunt Samuel F., undertaker .insert opp. 145 

Hyde Dana W. & Co., dry goods 17 

Ivers & Tucker, carriage mnfrs 5 

James John K., plumber front cover 

Jansson C. A., picture frames 17 

Johnson Andrew & Co 14 

Jones M. R., confectionery 15 

Jouett M. R. & Co., groceries 13 

Kelsey Bros. & Co., furniture 10 

Kemp Lysander & Sons, soap mnfrs., 

insert opp. calendar 
Kendall & Roberts, steam boiler mnfrs., 

front colored 
Kennedy Frank A., cracker baker, 

back cover 

Lally Thomas, grocer 2 

Lawrence, Wilde & Co., furniture. front 13 
Learned Frank W. P., coal and wood. . . 4 

Lechmere National Bank 337 

Leverett Geo. "V., lawyer 29 

Libbey Wm. & Son, pros. New England 

Glass Works 15 

Lockhart Wm. L., undertaker 8 

Lombard Herbert E., printer 11 

Lombard S. J., grocer 1 

Luke E. H. & Son, grain and meal, 

opposite contents 

Marsden James, grocer 10 

Mason W. A. & Son, engineers and sur- 
veyors 19 



INDEX. 



McClellan P. J., carriage maker 14 

McCulloch Samuel, drain builder 11 

McDaniel Samuel W., lawyer 29 

McDonald John J., carriage and sign 

painter 12 

Mclntire Charles J., counselor at law. . 26 

Miller Bros., watches, etc 16 

Moore Charles & Co., hardware, etc 12 

Morrill & Allen, steam engines front 26 

Morse Isaac S., lawyer 29 

National City Bank of Cambridge 337 

New England Glass Works, glass ware. 15 

Norris Albert & Co., carpenters 6 

Notman James, photographer, 

opposite inside back cover 
O'Brien P. & Son, florists. 

foot lines general directory 

O'Brien & Gurry, horseshoers 5 

Oliver & Rowe, stove3, etc. . .front colored 
Pach G. W. & Bros., photographers, 

opposite calendar 
Page Geo. G. & Co., box manufacturers, 

front colored 

Parker Horatio G., lawyer 27 

Peak & Anderson, roofers 21 

Perkins George A., lawyer 26 

Phelan Patrick, furniture.. . .opp. calendar 

Pike James & Co., stable . . 19 

Porter Linn B., proprietor Cambridge 

Chronicle 17 

Putnam & Treworgy, lumber, opposite. 145 

Read Charles C, lawyer 28 

Reed Clarence G. & Co., plasterers, 

front 26 
Richardson W. T. & Co., coal and wood. 5 
Ricker Geo. F. & Co , bedding. . . .front 26 
Rideout M. E., planing and molding, 

mill 300 

Row J. Frank, provisions 14 

Russell C. T. & T. H., lawyers 27 

Ryder & Davis, grocers 3 

Sanborn, Parker & Co., pickle mnfrs. 

opposite introductory 

Sands Martin Winslow, brick mnfr 11 

Sawin's Cambridge and Boston Express, 

opposite calendar 

Sawyer Charles A., painter front cover 

Sawyer E. D. & Co., lumber 7 

Sawyer Howard ftl., oil clothing 15 

Sawyer J. S., gravel roofing — front cover 



Scranton H. A., wood turning 14 

Seaver W. W. & Co., bakers.. front colored 
Shaw, Applin & Co., furniture manufac- 
turers front colored 

Shedd G. Warren, carpet beating.. opp. 144 
Smart D. C, clothes dryers. ..opp. calendar 

Smith M. L. & Son, coal and wood 4 

Smith Thomas, horseshoer. .. .opp. contents 

Snow Byron M., provisions 16 

Soule L. P., mason. . .opp. inside back cov. 
Squire John P. & Co., pork, lard and 

hams 9 

Stearns A. W., carpenter 6 

Stickney N. N.. lumber 7 

Stevens John H. & Co., plumbers, 

back cover 
Taylor W. A., furnishing undertaker, 

back cover 
Thayer J. H. & J. P. & Co., painters. ... 1 

Thorp O., furniture 10 

Thurston, Hall & Co., cracker bakers.. . 13 

Tibbetts Charles E.. ice 20 

Topliff Chas. M., coal 4 

Tracy M. F., carpenter 

foot lines general directory 
Tribune Publishing Co., D. Gilbert Dex- 
ter, manager 18 

Tripp Elisha & Co., painters 29 

Valentine, Ellis & Co., coal and wood. . . 4 
Watriss A.Whiting.hardware. opp. contents 

Weitze Paul , sausages 10 

Weitze Robert, sausage mnfr 25 

Wellington Austin C. Coal Co 32 

Wellington Horatio & Co., coal and wood 

front cover 

Wellington J. A. & Co back cover 

Wells Henry J., lawyer 28 

Whalen Martha A., salve mnfr 6 

Wheeler Wm. H, printer 5 

White E. Y., dentist opp. 144 

White M. P., lawyer 28 

Wilder C. D., boots, shoes and rubbers 

opposite introductory 
Willard Chas. E., coal and wood.. back cov. 
Winnett J. & Co., real estate. . .back cover 

Wood Alfred, grocer 2 

Wood Bros., piano and organ actions. . . 20 
Wood Wm. H. & Co., lumber . .back cover 

Wright Geo. G., flour, etc front cover 

Wyeth James H. & Co., grocers 2 



INDEX TO BOSTON ADVERTISEMENTS. 



PAGE 

Albee Sumner, lawyer 27 

Alger Alpheus B., lawyer 28 

American Art Publishing Co., chromos 

and engravings front 12 

Atwood D. & Co., oysters 25 

Badger E. B. & Son, coppersmiths 25 

Bancroft Wm. A., lawyer 28 

Beacon Oil Co., illuminating oil, 

front colored 

Bent George C, lawyer 28 

Black J. W. & Co., photographers, 

opp. inside back cover 
Blair Tourograph and Dry Plate Co., 

inside back cover 
Boston Ice Co 20 



PAGE 

Boston Lead Manufacturing Co., 

insert opp. page 14 front 
Bosworth & Hamlin, coal, 

opp. inside front cover 

Brooks W. P. B., furniture 22 

Brown A. S. & J. & Co., fruits 29 

Brown W. F. & Co., printers 23 

Brown & Alger, lawyers 28 

Burditt & Williams, hardware, 

foot lines in general directory 
Burnham L. G. & Co., coal, 

opp . inside front cover 
Butcher Chas. & Co., parquet floors. ... 18 
Cambridge Chronicle, Linn B. Porter, 
editor and proprietor 17 



INDEX. 



Carter Josiah H., negotiator of mort- 
gages 22 

Chase L. C. & Co., horse clothing, on map 
Citizens Mutual Ins. Co., inside front cover 
Cobb, Bates & Yerxa, grocers., .back cover 
Cochrane A. & Co., chemical ninfrs — 22 
Cofran Samuel M., brick manufacturer, 

over calendar 

Cogan Joseph, horse collar mnf r 24 

Conant & Newhall, printers 23 

Corse & Smith, paper-hangings, etc., 

foot lines on business directory 
Crosby S. S. & H. Towne, watch repair- 
ers on map 

Cummings, Kenney & Co., hardwood 

lumber 7 

Cushing A. M. & Co., soapstone work, 

front colored 
Cutter & Parker, doors, sashes and 

blinds front colored 

Damon George L., safe mnfr 20 

Davis Curtis & Co., soap manufacturers, 

insert opp. calendar 

Davison Bros., provisions 25 

Dennison Mnfg. Co., tags and labels 30 

Doe Hunnewell & Co., furniture manu- 
facturers front cover 

Dudley & Dudley, lawyers 26 

Durant "William B., lawyer 29 

Dyer, Taylor & Co., hats and caps. . on map 
Ela Bros., Standard turning works, 

l*)&ck cover 

Elliot Chas. E. & Co., tailors 300 

Fassett & Stevens, architects front 12 

Fuller Seth W., bell-hanger 300 

Gooch J. G. & N. G., lumber 

foot lines general directory 

Greenough W. A. & Co., publishers 284 

Hale, Teele & Bisbee, soap manufac- 
turers insert opp. calendar 

Hall Charles E. & Co., marble workers..300 
Hartwell & Richardson, architects. front 12 
Hastings W. B. & Co.,ins. agts.. opp. streets 
Hawkes Levi & Co., plumbers. . opp. streets 
Hayes Alexander L., solicitor of patents.299 

Haves Wm. A. jr., lawyer 28 

Holmes F. M. Furniture Co front cover 

Holt & Bugbee, foreign and domestic 

wood 7 

Hovey & Co., florists and seedsmen 18 

Howe Archibald M., lawyer 27 

Howe & Putney, bacon curers 16 

Hunnewell Wm. A. & Co., coal 4 

Knights S. R & Co., auctioneers.. back cov. 
Lanikin G., boots, shoes and rubbers, 

inside back cover 
Langmaid S. P. & Co., doors, sashes and 

blinds front colored 

Lawrence, "Wilde & Co., furniture front 13 

Leverett Geo. V., lawyer 29 

Lincoln, Chamberlin & Co., provisions. . 9 
Lombard N. C, mechanical engineer, 

opposite calendar 
Massachusetts Mutual Fire Ins. Co., 

front colored 

McDaniel Samuel W., lawyer 29 

Mclntire Charles J., lawyer 26 



Morse George A., lawyer 29 

Morse Isaac S.. lawyer 29 

Moseley T. E. & Co., boots and shoes, 

inside back cover 

New England Glass "Works 15 

North Chas. H. & Co., provisions 9 

Notman James, photographer, 

opp. inside back cover 

Page P. C, butter, cheese and eggs 25 

Parker Horatio G., lawyer 27 

Perkins Geo. A., lawyer 26 

Putnam & Treworgy, lumber, opp 145 

Rankin E. D., silver plater 24 

Read Charles C, lawyer 28 

Read Wm. & Sons, guns and pistols. ... 24 

Richardson & Hale, lawyers 26 

Ridlon Wm., piano mover, 

opposite introductory 

Robinson A., provisions 25 

Robinson J. H. & Co., paper-hangings, 

inside front cover 

Robinson J. R., steam engineer 22 

Rogers H. D., grocer 2 

Russ W. H„ bookbinder 22 

Russell C. T. & T. H., lawyers 27 

Sanborn, Parker & Co., pickle mnf rs , 

opposite introductory 

Sands Martin Winslow, brick mnfr 11 

Sawin's Cambridge and Boston Express, 

opposite calendar 

Sawyer Howard M., oil clothing 15 

Schaefer W. R., guns and pistols 24 

Security Safe Deposit Co., 

opposite inside back cover 
Shaw, Applin & Co., furniture manu- 
facturers front colored 

Shepard & Morse Lumber Co opp. 145 

Soule L. P., mason, .opp. inside back cover 
Spencer A. H., solicitor of patents, 

front colored 
Squire John P. & Co., pork, lard and 

hams 9 

Taunton Iron Works Co., furnaces, 

ranges, &c front colored 

Thurston, Hall & Co., bakers. . . 13 

Warren F. C, coal back cover 

Washburn & Moen Mnfg. Co., Wor- 
cester back colored 

Watson John C, stock broker. . .front col'd 

Wellington Austin C. Coal Co 32 

Wellington Horatio & Co., wood and 

coal front cover 

Wellington J. A. & Co., coal and wood, 

back cover 

Wells Henry J., lawyer 28 

West End Roofing Co 21 

Wheeler Irving W. & Co., awnings 299 

White M. P., lawyer 28 

Wilcox David & Co., hat mnfrs 24 

Wilson Wm. J., bookbinder 23 

Winkley, Thorp & Dresser, blank book 

manufacturers front colored 

Winnett J. & Co., real estate agents, 

back cover 
Winslow Geo. M. & Co., coal, 

opp. inside front cover 
Wright & Potter Printing Co 23 



BUSINESS DIRECTORY OF PATRONS, 



BUSINESS DIRECTORY OP PATRONS IN BOSTON AND VICINITY. 



Annunciators. 

Fuller Seth W., 22 Milk, Boston (see advt. 
page 300) 

Architects. 

Fassett & Stevens, 5 Pemberton sq., room 
29, Roston (see advt. page 12, front) 

Hartwell & Richardson, 18 P. O. square, 
Boston (see advt. page 12 front) 
Auctioneers. 

Carter Josiah H., 31 State, room 5 (see 
adv. dept. page 22) 

Knights S. R. & Co., 226 Washington, Bos- 
ton (see advt. on back cover) 

Winnett J. & Co., 5 Treniont, Boston (see 
advt. on back cover) 

Awning!*. 

"Wheeler Irving W. & Co., 62 and 64 Com- 
mercial, Boston (see advt. page 299) 
Bacon Curers. 

Howe & Putney, 28 F. H. market, Boston 
(see adv. dept. page 16) 

Bakers. 

Thurston, Hall & Co., 115 and 117 Commer- 
cial, Boston (see adv. dept. page 13) 
Bale Ties. 
Washburn & Moen Mnfg. Co., Worcester, 
Mass. (see advt. back colored page) 
Barb Fencing. 
Washburn & Moen Mnfg. Co., Worcester, 
Mass, (see advt. back colored page) 
Bath and Wash Boilers. 
Badger E. B. & Son, 63 and 65 Pitts, Bos- 
ton (see adv. dept. page 25) 
Bedding. 
Lawrence, Wilde & Co., 38 to 48 Cornhill, 
Boston (see advt. front page 13) 
Bell Hanger. 
Fuller Seth W., 22 Milk, Boston (see advt. 
page 300) • 
Blank Book Manufacturers* 
Winkley, Thorp & Dresser, 111 Devonshire, 
Boston (see advt. front colored page) 
Bookbinders. 
Russ W. H M 4 Alden, Boston (see adv. 

dept. page 22) 
Wilson Wm. J., 96 Milk, Boston (see adv. 
dept. page 23) 

Boots and Shoes. 
Lamkin G., 28 Tremont row, Boston (see 

advt. inside back cover) 
Moseley T. E. & Co., 469 Washington, Bos- 
ton (see advt. inside back cover) 
Bouquets. 
Hovey & Co., 16 South Market, Boston (see 
adv. dept. page 18) 

Box ITlakers. 

Ela Bros, (turned wood), 8 Union, Boston 

(see advt. outside back cover) 

Braziers' Bods. 

Washburn & Moen Mnfg. Co., Worcester, 

Mass. (see advt. back colored page) 

Brick Manufacturers. 

Cofran Samuel M., 35 Hawley, Boston 

(see advt. over calendar) 
Sands Martin Winslow, 35 Hawley, Boston 
(see adv. dept. page 11) 



Broker (Stock). 

Watson John C, 70 Devonshire, Boston 
(see advt. front colored page) 
Broom Wire. 
Washburn & Moen Mnfg. Co., Worcester, 
Mass. (see advt. back colored page) 
Bungs. 
Ela Bros., 8 Union, Boston (see advt. out- 
side back cover) 

Burglar Alarms. 
Fuller Seth W., 22 Milk, Boston (see advt. 
page 300) 

Butter, Cheese and Eggs. 
Page P. C, 24 Suffolk market, Boston (see 
adv. dept. page 25) 

Canned Goods. 
Sanborn, Parker & Co., 29 South Market, 
Boston (see advt. opposite introductory) ^ 
Card Wire. 
Washburn & Moen Mnfg. Co., Worcester, 
Mass. (see advt. back colored page) 
Carpets. 
Brooks W. P. B., 9 Marshall, 114 Blackstone 
and 151 Hanover, Boston (see adv. dept. 
page 22) 

Chemical Manufacturers. 
Cochrane A. & Co., 55 Kilby, Boston (see 
adv. dept. page 22) 

Chromos and Engravings. 
American Art Publishing Co., 419 Wash- 
ington, Boston (see advt. front 12) 
Cigars. 

Brown A. S. & J. & Co., 113 and 117 State, 

and 3 Broad, Boston (see adv. dept. p. 29) 
Clothes Line Wire. 
Washburn & Moen Mnfg. Co., Worcester, 

Mass. (see advt. back colored page) 
Coal and Wood. 
Bosworth & Hamlin, 256 Federal, Boston 

(see advt. opp. inside front cover) 
Burnham L. G. & Co., 132 Charles and East 

Chester Park, office, 75 State, Boston (see 

advt. opp. inside front cover) 
Hunnewell Wm. A. & Co., 13 Kilby, order 

box, 40 State, Boston (see adv. dept., p. 4) 
Warren F. C, 326 to 340 Charles, Boston 

(see advt. on back cover) 
Wellington Austin C. Coal Co., 17 Congress 

and 438 Federal, Boston (see adv. dept. 

page 32) 
Wellington Horatio & Co., 11 Kilby, Bos- 

ton (see advt. on front cover) 
Wellington J. A. & Co., 68 Water, Boston 

(see advt. on back cover) 
Winslow Geo. M. & Co., 228 Causeway and 

139 Cross, Boston (see advt. opp. inside 

front cover) 

Commission merchant. 
Page P. C 24 Suffolk market, Boston (see 

adv. dept. page 25) 
Commissioner of Deeds (Vermont 

and New Hampshire). 
Albee Sumner, 30 Court, Boston (see adv. 

dept. page 27) 

Contractor. 

Soule L. P., 35 Hawley, Boston (see advt. 
opposite inside baok cover) 



8 



BUSINESS DIRECTORY OF PATRONS. 



Copper Boilers. 

Badger E. B. & Son, 63 and 65 Pitts, Bos- 
ton (see adv. dept. page 25) 

Copper Smiths. 

Badger E. B. & Son, 63 and 65 Pitts, Bos- 
ton (see adv. dept. page 25) 
Cornices. 
Badger E. B. & Son, 63 and 65 Pitts, Bos- 
ton (see adv. dept. page 25) 
Corset Wire. 
Washburn & Moen Mnfg. Co., Woroester, 
Mass. (see advt. back colored page) 
Crinoline Wire. 
Washburn & Moen Mnfg. Co., Worcester, 
Mass. (see advt. back colored page) 
Decorators. 
Lawrence, Wilde & Co., 38 to 48 Cornhill, 
Boston (see advt. front page 13) 

Doors, Sashes and Blinds. 

Cutter & Parker, 71 and 73 Portland, Bos- 
ton (see advt. front colored page) 

Langmaid S. P. & Co., 28 and 29 Charles- 
town, Boston (see advt. front col'd page) 
Dowel*. 

Ela Bros., 8 Union, Boston (see advt. out- 
side back cover) 

Draperies. 

Doe, Hunnewell & Co., 577 and 579 Wash- 
ington, Boston (see advt. on front cover) 

Draughtsman. 

Lombard N. C, 40 State, Boston (see advt. 
opposite calendar) 

Druggists' Sundries. 
Ela Bros., 8 Union, Boston (see advt. out- 
side back cover) 

Enamelled Goods. 
Ela Bros., 8 Union, Boston (see advt. out- 
side back cover) 

Engiueer (Steam). 
Robinson J. R., 55 Simmons building, 40 
Water, Boston (see adv. dept. p. 22) 
Engravings, Chromos, &c. 
American Art Publishing Co., 419 Wash- 
ington, Boston (see advt. front 12) 
Express. 
Sawin Moses M., 34 Court sq., 174 Wash- 
ington, 75 Kilby, 105 Arch and 48 King- 
ston, Boston (see advt. opp. calendar) 
Fence Wire. 
Washburn & Moen Mnfg. Co., Worcester, 
Mass. (see advt. back colored page) 
Fertilizers. 
North Charles H. & Co., 27 and 29 F. H. 
market, stores Nos. 33 and 34 No. Market, . 
Boston (see adv. dept. page 9) 
Squire John P. & Co., 21, 23 and 25 F. H. 
market, and 39 North Market, Boston 
(see adv. dept. page 9) 

Fireworks. 

Brown A. S. & J. & Co., 113 and 117 State, 
and 3 Broad, Boston (see adv. dept. p. 29) 
Fishing Rods and Tackle. 
Read Wm. & Sons, 13 F. H. square, Boston 
(see adv. dept. page 24) 
Flags. 
Wheeler Irving W. & Co., 62 and 64 Com- 
mercial, Boston (see advt. page 299) 
Florists and Seedsmen. 
Hovey & Co., 16 South Market, Boston 
(see adv. dept. page 18) 



Fruits. 

Brown A. S. & J. & Co., 113 and 117 State, 
and 3 Broad, Boston (see adv. dept. p. 29) 

Furnaces, Ranges, Etc. 

Taunton Iron Works Co., 87 and 89 Black- 
stone, Boston (see advt. front colored p.) 
Furniture. 
Brooks W. P. B., 9 Marshall, 151 Hanover 
and 114 Blackstone, Boston (see adv. 
dept. page 22) 
Doe, Huunewell & Co., 577 and 579 Wash- 
ington, Boston (see advt. on front cover) 
Lawrence, Wilde & Co., 38 to 48 Cornhill, 

Boston (see advt. front page 13) 
Holmes F. M. Furniture Co., 107 Washing- 
ton, Boston (see advt. on front cover) 
Shaw, Applin & Co., 27 Sudbury, and 69 
and 71 Portland, Boston (see advt. 
front colored page) 

Furniture Mover. 
Ridlon William, 11 LaGrange, Boston (see 
advt. opp. introductory) 

Furniture Spriug Wire. 
Washburn & Moen Mnfg. Co., Worcester, 
Mass. (see advt. back colored page) 
Oalvanized Iron Workers. 
Badger E. B. & Son, 63 and 65 Pitts, Bos- 
ton (see adv. dept. page 25) 

Oalvanized Wire. 

Washburn & Moen Mnfg. Co., Worcester, 

Mass. (see advt. back colored page) 

Oas Lighting. 

Fuller Seth W., 22 Milk, Boston (see advt. 

page 300) 

Olass Manufacturers. 

New England Glass Works, 67 Federal, 

Boston (see adv. dept. page 15) 

Greenhouses. 

Hovey & Co., 16 South Market, Boston (see 

adv. dept. page 18) 

Orocers. 
Cobb, Bates & Yerxa, 686 to 692 Washing- 
ton and 4 Bowdoin square, Boston (see 
advt. on back cover) 
Rogers H. D., 189 and 191 Cambridge, Bos- 
ton (see adv. dept., page 2) 

Gnns and Pistols. 
Read Wm. & Sons. 13 F. H. square, Boston 

(see adv. dept. page 24) 
Schaefer W. R., 61 Elm, Boston (see adv. 
dept. page 24) 

Outters and Conductors. 
Badger E. B. & Son (copper), 63 and 65 
Pitts, Boston (see adv. dept. page 25) 
Handles. 

Ela Bros., 8 Union, Boston (see advt. out- 
side back cover) 

Hardware and Cutlery. 

Burditt & Williams, 20 Dosk sq., Boston 
(see foot lines in general directory) 
Hat Manufacturers. 
Wilcox David & Co., 8 Boylston sq., Boa- 
ton (see adv. dept. page 24) 

Hats, Caps, &c. 
Dyer, Taylor & Co., 36 to 40 Chauncy, Bos- 
ton (see advt. on map) 

Hay Bale Ties. 
Washburn & Moen Mnfg. Co., Worcester, 
Mass. (see advt. back colored page) 
Hay and Straw. 
Burnham L. G. & Co., 132 Charles and East 
Chester Park, office 75 State, Boston (see 
advt. inside front cover) 



BUSINESS DIRECTORY OF PATRONS. 



Hogs, Lire and Dressed. 

North Charles H. & Co., 27 and 29 F. H. 
market, store Nos. 33 and 34 No. Market, 
Boston (see adv. dept. p. 9) 
Squire John P. & Co., 21. 23 and 25 F. H. 
market and 39 North Market, Boston (see 
adv. dept. page 9) 

Holly Goods. 
Ela Bros., 8 Union, Boston (see advt. out- 
side back cover) 

Horse Clothing. 

Chase L. C. & Co., 129 Washington, Boston 

(see advt. on map) 

Horse Collar Manufacturer. 

Cogan Joseph, 65 Sudbury, Boston (see adv. 

dept. page 24) 

Horse and Wagon Covers. 
Sawyer Howard M., 153 Milk, Boston (see 

adv. dept. page 15) 
Wheeler Irving W. & Co., 62 and 64 Com- 
mercial, Boston (see advt. page 299) 
House Boilers. 
Badger E. B. & Son, 63 and 65 Pitts, Bos- 
ton (see adv. dept. page 25) 
Ice. 
Boston Ice Co., 76 State, Boston (see adv. 
dept. page 20; 

Insurance Agents. 
Carter Josiah H., 31 State, room 5, Boston 

(see adv. dept. page 22) 
Hastings W. B. & Co., 7 Exchange place, 

Boston (see advt. opp. streets) 
Winnett J. & Co., 5 Tremont, Boston (see 
advt. on back cover) 

Iusurance Companies. 
Citizens Mutual Insurance Co., 8 Exchange 
pi., Boston (see advt. inside front cover) 
Massachusetts Mutual Fire Insurance Co.. 
28 State, Boston (see advt. front col. page) 
Iron Workers (Galvanized). 
Badger E. B. & Son, 63 and 65 Pitts, Boa 
ton (see adv. dept. page 29) 
Iron Wire. 
Washburn & Moen Mnfg. Co., Worcester, 
Mass. (see advt. back colored page) 
Ivory Turning. 
Ela Bros., 8 Union, Boston (see advt. out- 
side back cover) 

Jacket Kettles. 
Badger E. B. & Son, 63 and 65 Pitts, Bos- 
ton (see adv. dept. page 29) 
Jewelers' and Druggists' Boxes. 
Dennison Mnfg. Co., 21 Milk, Boston (see 
adv. dept. page 30, and under back title) 
Lard Oil. 
North Chas. H. & Co., 27 and 29 F. H. mar- 
ket, store Nos. 33 and 34 North Market, 
Boston (see adv. dept. p. 9) 
Squire John P. & Co., 21, 23, and 25 F. H. 
market, and 39 North Market, Boston 
(see adv. dept. page 9) 

Lawyers, 
Albee Sumner, 30 Court, Boston (see adv. 

dept. page 27) 
Alger Alpheus B., 23 Court, Boston (see 

adv. dept. page 28) 
Bancroft Wm. A., 15Pembertonsq., Boston 

(see adv. dept. page 28) 
Bent George C, 26 Pemberton sq., Boston 

(see adv. dept. page 28) 
Brown & Alger, 23 Court, Boston (see adv. 

dept. page 28) 
Dudley & Dudley, 95 Milk, Boston (see 

adv. dept. page 26) 
Durant William B., 19 Congress, Boston 
(see adv. dept. page 29) 



Hayes Wm. A. jr., 41 Sears building, Bos- 
ton (see adv. dept. page 28) 
Howe Archibald M., 25 Congress, Boston 

(see adv. dept. page 27) 
Leverett George V., 47 Devonshire, Boston 

(see adv. dept. page 29) 
McDaniel Samuel W., 61 Court, Boston 

(see adv. dept. page 29) 
Mclntire Charles J., 75 State, Boston (see 

adv. dept. page 26) 
Morse Geo. A., 266 Washington, Boston 

(see adv. dept. page 29) 
Morse Isaac S., 266 Washington, Boston 

( see adv. dept. page 29) 
Parker Horatio G., 44 Sears bldg., Boston 

(see adv. dept. page 27) 
Perkins George A , 75 State, Boston (see 

adv. dept. page 26) 
Read Charles C, 27 State, Boston (see adv. 

dept. page 28) 
Richardson & Hale, 209 Washington, Bos- 
ton (see adv. dept. page 26) 
Russell C. T. & T. H ., 27 State, Boston (see 

adv. dept. page 27) 
Wells Henry J, 26 Pemberton sq., Boston 

(see ad v dept. page 28) 
White M. P., 47 Devonshire, Boston (see 

adv. dept. page 28) 
Lead Pipe and Sheet Lead. 
Boston Lead Manufacturing Co., Wm. J. 

Bride, treas., 24 and 26 Oliver, Boston 

(see advt. insert opp. page 14 front) 

Lead Wire and Lead Window 
Weights. 

Boston Lead Manufacturing Co., Wm. J. 
Bride, treas., 24 and 26 Oliver, Boston 
(see advt. insert opp. page 14 front) 
Lime, Hair and Cement. 

Burnham L. G. & Co., 132 Charles and East 

Chester Park, office 75 State, Boston (see 

advt. front colored page) 
Gooch J. G. & N. G., 13 Kilby, Boston (see 

advt. foot lines in general directory) 
Wellington Austin C. Coal Co., 438 Fed- 
eral and 17 Congress, Boston (see adv. 

dept. page 32) 

Lumber. 
Cummings, Kenney & Co., 17 Wareham 

and 3 and 5 Plympton, Boston (see adv. 

dept. page 7) 
Gooch J. G. & N. G., 13 Kilby, Boston (see 

advt. foot lines in general directory) 
Holt & Bugbee, 173 Friend and 84 Canal, 

Boston (see adv. dept. page 7) 
Putnam & Treworgy, 26 Kilby, Boston (see 

advt. insert opp. page 145) 
Shepard & Morse Lumber Co., 1 Liberty 

sq., Boston (see advt. insert opp. p. 145) 

machinery Wire. 

Washburn & Moen Mnfg. Co., Worcester, 

Mass. (see advt. back colored page) 
manufacturing Company. 
Washburn & Moen Mnfg. Co., Worcester, 

Mass. (see advt. back colored page) 

marble Works. 

Hall Charles E. & Co., 69 Charlestown and 
101 Haverhill, Boston (see advt. page 300) 

market Wire. 

Washburn & Moen Mnfg. Co., Worcester, 
Mass. (see advt. back colored page) 

mason. 

Soule L. P., 35 Hawley, Boston (see advt. 
opp. inside back cover) 

mechanical Engineer. 

Lombard N. C, 40 State, Boston (see advt. 
opposite calendar) 



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BUSINESS DIRECTORY OF PATRONS. 



Ulechatiioal Expert. 

Spencer A. H.,28 State, room 47, Boston 
(see advt. front colored page) 
merchandise Tags and Labels. 

Dennison Mnfg. Co., 21 Milk. Boston (see 
adv. dept. p. 30 and under back title) 

military «V Firemen's Equipments. 

Cogan Joseph, 65 Sudbury, Boston (see 
adv. dept. page 24) 

IVIoldings. 

Gooch J. G-. & N. G., 13 Kilby. Boston (see 
advt. foot lines in general directory) 

Musical merchandise. 

Ela Bros., 8 Union, Boston (see advt. out- 
side back cover) 

Mnsfc Wire. 
"Washburn & Moen Mnfg. Co., Worcester, 
Mass. (see advt. back colored page) 
Needle Wire. 
Washburn & Moen Mnfg. Co., Worcester, 
Mass. (see advt. back colored page) 
Newspaper. 
Cambridge Chronicle, Linn B. Porter, edi- 
tor and prop., 150 Treniont, Boston (see 
adv. dept., page 17) 

Notaries Public. 
Bancroft Wm. A., 15 Pemberton sq., Bos- 
ton (see adv. dept. page 28) 
Howe Archibald M., 25 Congress, Boston 

(see adv. dept. page 27) 
McDaniel Samuel W., 61 Court, Boston (see 

adv. dept. page 29) 
Read Charles C, 27 State, Boston (see adv. 

dept. page 28) 
White M. P., 47 Devonshire, Boston (see 
adv. dept. page 28) 

Oil Clothing llnfr. 
Sawyer Howard M., 153 Milk, Boston (see 
adv. dept. page 15) 

Oiled Hats. 
Sawyer Howard M., 153 Milk, Boston (see 
adv. dept. page 15) 

Oils, Illuminating. 
Beacon Oil Co., 42 India, Boston (see advt. 
front colored page) 

Organ Stop Mnfrs. 
Ela Bros., 8 Union, Boston (see advt. out- 
side back cover) 

Oysters. 
Atwood D. & Co., 32 F. H. sq., Boston (see 
adv. dept. page 25) 

Paper Boxes. 

Dennison Mnfg. Co., 21 Milk, Boston (see 

adv. dept. p. 30, and under back title) 

Paper-Hangings. 

Corse & Smith, 181 Washington, Boston (see 

advt. foot lines in Business Directory) 

Robinson J. H. & Co., 406 Washington, 

Boston (see advt. inside front cover) 

Parquet Floors. 

Butcher Chas. & Co., 61 Haverhill, Boston 

(see adv. dept. page 18) 

Patents (Solicitors of). 
Hayes Alexander L., 95 Milk, room 72, 

Boston (see advt. page 299) 
Lombard N. C, 40 State, Boston (see advt. 

opposite calendar) 
Spencer A. H., 28 State, room 47, Boston 
(see advt. front colored page) 
Photographers. . 
Black J. W. & Co., 333 Washington, Bos- 
ton (see advt. opp. inside back cover) 
Notman James, 99 Boylston, Boston (see 
advt. opp. inside back cover) 



Photographers' materials. 

Blair Tourograph and Dry Plate Co., 292 
Washington, Boston (see advt. inside 
back cover) 

Piano materials (Wood). 
Ela Bros., 8 Union, Boston (see advt. out- 
side back cover) 

Piano mover. 
Ridlon Wm., 11 La Grange, Boston (see 
advt. opp. introductory) 
Pickles. 
Sanborn, Parker & Co., 29 South Market, 
Boston (see advt. opp. introductory) 
Plants. 
Hovey & Co., 16 South Market, Boston (see 
adv. dept. page 18) 

Plumbers. 

HawkesLevi & Co., 50 Howard, Boston 
(see advt. opp. streets) 

Polishing Powder (Silver White). 

Dennison Mnfg. Co., 21 Milk, Boston (see 
adv. dept. page 30, and under back title) 

Pork, Lard and Hams. 

North Charles H. & Co., 27 and 29 F. H. 
market, store Nos. 33 and 34 North Mar- 
ket, Boston (see adv. dept. page 9) 

Squire John P. & Co., 21, 23 and 25 F. H. 
market, and 39 North Market, Boston 
(see adv. dept. page 9) 

Pork Packers. 

North Chas. H. & Co., 27 and 29 F. H. mar 
ket, store Nos. 33 and 34 North Market, 
Boston (see adv. dept. page 9) 

Squire John P. & Co., 21, 23 and 25 F. H. 
market and 39 North Market, Boston (see 
adv. dept. page 9) 

Printers. 

Brown W. F. & Co., 218 Franklin, Boston 
(see adv. dept. page 23 ) 

Conant & Newhall, 32 Hawley, Boston (see 
adv. dept. page 23) 

Wright & Potter Printing Co., 18 P. O. sq., 
Boston (see adv. dept. page 23) 
Produce. 

Page P. C, 24 Suffolk Market, Boston (see 
adv. dept. page 25) 

Provisions. 

Davison Bros., 150 Court, Boston (see adv. 
dept. page 25) 

Robinson A., 72 and 54 Causeway, Boston 
(see adv. dept. page 25) 

Provisions, Wholesale. 

Lincoln, Chamberlin & Co., 33 North, Bos- 
ton (see adv. dept. page 9) 

North Charles H. & Co., 27 and 29 F. H. 
market, store Nos. 33 and 34 North Mar- 
ket, Boston (see advt. page 9) 

Squire John P. & Co., 21, 23 and 25 F. H. 
market, and 39 North Market, Boston 
(see adv. dept. page 9) 

Publishers. 

Greenough W. A. & Co., 31 Milk, room 39, 
Boston (see advt. page 284) 

Pumps (Copper and Iron). 

Boston Lead Mnfg. Co., Wm. J. Bride, 
treas., 24 and 26 Oliver, Boston (see advt. 
opp. page 14 front) 
Real Estate and mortgages. 

Carter Josiah H., 31 State, room 5, Boston 
(see adv. dept. page 22) 

Knights S. R. & Co., 226 Washington, Bos- 
ton (see advt. on back cover) 

Winnett J. & Co., 5 Tremont, Boston (see 
advt. on back cover) 



BUSINESS DIRECTORY OF PATRONS. 



11 



Red Lead. 

New England Glass Works, 67 Federal, 
Boston (see adv. dept. page 15) 

Rivet Wire. 

Washburn & Moen Mnfg. Co., Worcester, 
Ma3S. (see advt. back colored page) 

Rolling Mill*. 

Washburn & Moen Mnfg. Co., Worcester, 
MaBS. (see advt. back colored page) 

Roofers. 

West End Roofing Co., 232 Cambridge and 
10 Canal, Boston (see adv. dept. p. 21) 

Round Iron. 

Washburn & Moen Mnfg. Co., Worcester, 
Mass. (see advt. back colored page) 

Safe Deposit Vaults. 

Security Safe Deposit Co., Equitable build- 
ing, Milk, cor. Devonshire, Boston (see 
advt. opp. inside back cover) 

Safe Manufacturer. 

Damon Geo. L., 108 and 110 Sudbury, Bos- 
ton (see adv. dept. page 20) 

Shipping and Merchandise Tags. 

Dennison Mnfg. Co., 21 Milk , Boston (see 
adv. dept. p. 30, and under back title) 

Silver Plater. 

Rankin E. D., 50 Sudbury, Boston (see adv. 
dept. page 24) 

Soap Manufacturers. 

Davis Curtis & Co., 136 State, Boston (see 

advt. insert opp. calendar) 
Hale, Teele & Bisbee, 15 Chatham, Bostoa 

(see advt. insert opposite calendar) 

Soapstone Stoves. 

Cushing A. M. & Co., 11 Marshall, Boston 
(see advt. front colored page) 

Soapstone Wash Trays. 

Cushing A. M. & Co., 14 Marshall, Boston 

(see advt. front colored page) 

Spring Wire. 

Washburn & Moen Mnfg. Co., Worcester, 

Mass. (see advt. back colored page) 

Stationers. 

Winkley, Thorp & Dresser,lll Devonshire, 

Boston (see advt. front colored page) 

Stationers' Specialties. 

Dennison Mnfg. Co., 21 Milk, Boston (see 
adv. dept. page 30, and under back title) 
Steel Barb Fencing. 
Washburn & Moen Mnfg. Co., Worcester, 
Mass. (see advt. back colored page) 
Steel Drill Wire. 
Washburn & Moen Mnfg. Co., Worcester, 
Mass. (see advt. back colored page) 
Steel Wire. 
Washburn & Moen Mnfg. Co., Worcester 
Mass. (see advt. back colored page) 
Stone Wire. 
Washburn & Moen Mnfg. Co., Worcester, 
Mass. (see advt. back colored page) 
Stoves. 
Brooks W. P. B., 9 Marshall, 114 Black- 
stone and 151 Hanover, Boston (see adv. 
dept. page 22) 

Tags. 
Dennison Mnfg. Co., 21 Milk, Boston (see 
adv. dept. page 30, and under back title) 



Tailors. 

Elliot Chas. E. & Co., 419 Washington, 
Boston (see advt. page 300) 

Targets for Rifle Practice. 

Dennison Mnfg. Co., 21 Milk, Boston (see 
adv. dept. page 30, and under back tile) 

Telegraph Wire. 

Washburn & Moen Mnfg. Co., Worcester, 
Mass. (see advt. back colored page) 

Tents and Flags. 

Wheeler Irving W. & Co., 62 and 64 Com- 
mercial, Boston (see advt. page 299) 

Tinned Wire. 

Washburn & Moen Mnfg. Co., Worcester, 
Mass. (see advt. back colored page) 

Tissue Papers. 

Dennison Mnfg. Co., 21 Milk, Boston (see 
adv. dept. p. 30 and under back title) 

Tourograph Manufacturers. 

Blair Tourograph and Dry Plate Co., 292 
Washington, Boston (see advt. inside 
back cover) 

Toys. 

Ela Bros., 8 Union, Boston (see advt. out- 
side back cover) 

Trust Company. 

Security Safe Deposit Co., Equitable bldg., 
Milk, cor. Devonshire, Boston (see advt. 
opp. inside back cover) 

Turning and Jig Sawing, 

Ela Bros., 8 Union, Boston (see advt. out- 
side back cover) 

Upholstery Goods, 

Corse & Smith, 181 Washington, Boston 
(see advt. foot lines on Business Directory) 

Doe, Hunnewell & Co., 577 and 579 Wash- 
ington, Boston (see advt. on front cover) 

Lawrence, Wilde & Co., 38 to 48 Cornhill, 
Boston (see advt. front page 13) 
Ventilators. 

Badger E. B. & Son, 63 and 65 Pitts, Boston 
(see adv. dept. page 29) 
Watch Dealers and Repairers. 

Crosby S. S. & H. Towne, 421 Washington, 
Boston (see advt. on map) 

Water Conductors. 

Badger E. B. & Son, 63 and 65 Pitts, Bos- 
ton (see adv. dept. page 25) 

Water Proof Clothing and Hats. 

Sawyer Howard M., 153 Milk, Boston (see 
adv. dept., page 15) 

Weaving Wire. 

Washburn & Moen Mnfg. Co., Worcester, 
Mass. (see advt. back colored page) 

White Lead and Zinc. 

Boston Lead Mnfg. Co., William J. Bride, 
treas., 24 and 26 Oliver, Boston (see advt. 
insert opp. page 14 front) 
Window Shades and Curtain 
Fixtures. 
Corse & Smith, 181 Washington, Boston 
(see advt. foot lines on BusinessDirectory ) 
Wood and Ivory Turning. 
Ela Bros., 8 Union, Boston (see advt. out- 
side back cover) 

Wreaths, Crosses and Cut 
Flowers. 
Hovey & Co., 16 South Market, Boston (see 
adv. dept. page 18) 



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HARTWELL & RICHARDSON, 

ARCHITECTS, 



Henry W. Hartwell, 
Wm. C. Richardson. 



18 Post-Offlce Square, BOSTON. 



LAWRENCE, WILDE & CO., 

Manufacturers of 

FIRST- CUSS FUfiMTUR 



Interior Decorations, 

NOS. 38 TO 48 CORNHILL, 

i:%rv$z?A BOSTON. 

W. H. Mull. ) ^^ ^^ *** "•■ ^^ •*'™ " 

Designs Furnished, and Estimates to Manufacture from Architects' Drawings, on 
Application. A large and complete stock of FURNITURE, REDDING, MIRRORS and 
UPHOLSTERY GOODS. All the desirable novelties constantly on hand. 

AMERICAN ART PUBLISHING CO., 

HEADQUARTERS FOR 

Frames, (Arams, Orayras, 

FLORAL REWARDS, MOTTO AND BUSINESS CARDS, Etc. 
FRAMED CHROMOS and ENGRAVINGS, 

Retailed, at Wholesale Prices. 

We have the largest variety at the Lowest Prices. Visitors always welcome. 

419 Washington Street, . . . BOSTON, MASS. 



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14 CAMBRIDGE DIRECTORY. 

3NT. O. LOMBARD, 

MECHANICAL ENGINEER, SOLICITOR OF PATENTS, 

AND EXPERT IIV PATENT SUITS. 

40 State Street, Union Building, Room 41, BOSTON. 
G-- "VST. PAOH & BBOTHERS, 

PHOTOGRAPHERS, 

Cambridge Street, Corner Prescott, near Memorial Hall. 
BRANCH OF 841 BROADWAY, - - - NEW YORK. 

A general invitation given to the public generally to visit their Art Studio. 

2D. C- Sl£iiBT, 



■MANUFACTURER OF- 



Steps, Ladders, Snow Shovels, Frame Pins, 
Ladder Hooks, Clothes Posts, Mantel 
and Clock Shelves, and Stair Bal- 
usters of All Kinds. 

382 MAIN STREET, - - OAMBRIDGEPORT. 

Cambridge & Boston Express. 

OFFICES IN BOSTON, 

Zi Court Square, 174 Washington, 105 Arch, 
75 Eilby, and 48 Kingston Street. 

OFFICE IN CAMBRIDGE, 

LTOEDM BUILDING, HARVARD SQ. 





VISIT 



PHELAN'S FURNITURE EMPORIUM, 

Where everything is kept in the 

HOUSE FURNISHING LINE. 

The four floors of our Establishment contain 20,000 square feet, being the Largest Store 
of the kind in this City, 

SECOND-HAND FURNITURE and STOVES A SPECIALTY. 

383 M.A.I1V ©T., CAMBRIDGEPORT. 



Boston Load Manufacturing: Company, 

OFFICE, 

24 and 26 OLIVER STREET, 

BOSTON, MASS. 




B O 



MANUFACTURERS OF 

T o 2\T star : 



2M 



RED LEAD AND LITHARGE, 

Lead Pipe and Sheet Lead, 

PATENT TIN-LINED PIPE, 

PURE BLOCK TIN PIPE, 

COPPER AND IRON PUMPS, 

SOLDER, &c. 

Our Pure White Lead both dry and ground in oil, we warrant to 
be strictly pure, and guarantee that for Fineness, Body and Dura- 
bility, it is not surpassed by any Lead in the market. 

We warrant our Red Lead and Litharge to be strictly pure and 
of the finest quality. 

Gold Medal Awarded by the Mass. Charitable Mechanic Association, 1881. 

SAMUEL LITTLE, PresH. WM. J. BRIDE, Treat. 



CURTIS DAVIS. ESTABLISHED 1835. JAS. MELLEX 

CURTIS DAVIS <fe CO., 




WELCOME, 

EXTRA, GOLD DUST, AND PEERLESS, 

No. 136 State Street, 

BOSTON, MASS. 

manufactory, IS*, 190, 193 & 194 Broadway, Cambi itlgeporl, tin**. 

HALE, TEELE & BISBEE, 

Props, of tin: Celebrated E. a. & W. Wjnchesteb's soap. 

SOAP MANUFACTURERS 

COR. BROADWAY & DAVIS ST., 

OAMBR;IDa-EPOR/T, - - MASS. 
Boston Office, 15 Chatham Street. 

LYSANDER KEMP & SONS, 

MANUFACTURERS OF 

FAMILY, SHIPPING, CASTILE, AND SOFT 



FACTORY, COR. OF BROADWAY & DAVIS ST., 

CAM BRIDGEPORT, MASS, 

ALL ORDERS BY MAIL OR OTHERWISE PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. 
Ii. Kemp. Horace O. Kemp. .Tames H. Kemp. 



CAMBRIDGE DIRECTORY. 15 


SAMUEL M. COFRAN, 


BRICK MANUFACTURER. 


Brick Yard, Concord Av., Near Walden Street, Cambridge. 


Residence, 70 Concord Av., near Catholic Church. 


All orders attended to with promptness and dispatch. The past testifies to 


the superior quality of my Brick. 


Order Box, Mechanics Exchange, 35 Hawley St., Boston. 




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CAMBRIDGE ADVERTISEMENTS. 



1864. 



S " The Old and Reliable , 
( Insurance Agency." J 



1882. 



W. B. HASTINGS & CO., 

INSURANCE AGENTS, 

89 Cambridge Street, East Cambridge. 

7 EXCHANGE PLACE, BOSTON, MASS. 

Office Hours, Boston, 1 to 3 P.M. 

LEVI HJLWEES & CO., 

PLUMBERS. 

Special Attention to Drainage 
and Ventilation. 

599 1-2 Main St., Cambridgeport. 

Also, 50 Howard Street, Boston. 

J. H. BUTTERFIELD, 

Dealer in all kinds of 

PROVISIONS. 

86 Cambridge Street, East Cambridge. 

Goods Delivered Free of Charge. 

A. BAUMEISTER, 

PRACTICAL PLUMBER, 




Levi Hawkes. 
John Crawford. 




STREETS, COURTS, AVENUES, ETC. 



Streets in ward 1 are in Cambridge (proper), wards 2 and 4 Cambridgeport, ward 3 East Cambridge, 

ward 5 North Cambridge. 



Acacia, from 13 Ash to Hawthorne, wd. 1 
Acorn, from Putnam av. to Chestnut, wd. 4 
Adams, from Concord avenue, opposite 
Wellington, to Washington at Belmont 
line, ward 1 
Albany, from Main, opposite Portland, to 

Fort Washington, ward 4 
Albro, from Western avenue to Black- 
stone, ward 4 
Allen, from 178 North avenue to 8 Orch- 
ard, ward 5 
Allston, from 114 Magazine to Waverly, 

east to Fort Washington, ward 4 
Allston court, from 100 AUston, ward 4 
Amory, from 329 Broadway to 190 Hamp- 
shire, ward 2 
Amory place, from 11 Amory, west, wd. 2 
Andrew, from 42 Fairmont to Somerset, 

ward 4 
Antrim, from 353 Broadway to 532 Cam- 
bridge, In man square, ward 2 
Appian way, from 63 Brattle to 3 Garden, 

ward 1 
Appleton, from 155 Brattle to Concord 

avenue, ward 1 
Arlington, from 131 North avenue to 

Washington avenue, ward 5 
Arrow, from 806 Main to 13 Bow, ward 1 
Arsenal square, junction of Garden, Con- 
cord avenue, and Chauncy, ward 1 
Ash, from 84 Brattle, south to the Charles 

river, ward 1 
Ashburton place, from 26 Essex, ward 2 
Ash street place, from 12 Ash, east, ward 1 
Athens, from 22 Mount Auburn, south, 

ward 1 
Auburn, from 20 Western avenue to Sid- 
ney, ward 4 
Auburn place, from Mount Auburn, near 

R. R. bridge,- ward 1 
Austin, from 439 Main to 10 Inman, wards 

4 and 2 
Austin place, from 86 Austin, south, wd. 2 
Avon, from 25 Shepard to 40 Liunsean, 

ward 5 
Avon Hill street, continuation of Avon, 

ward 5 
Avon place, from Avon Hill, near Lin- 

nsean, ward 5 
Bailey place, from 118 Magazine, ward 4 
Baldwin, from 661 Cambridge to 78 Kirk- 
land, ward 1 
Baldwin court, from 26 Baldwin, east, 

ward 1 
Baldwin place, from 97 Main, ward 2 
Ballord place, from 94 Putnam av.. ward 4 
Banks, from 10 Mount Auburn to Western 

avenue, ward 1 
Bath, from 158 Mt. Auburn, south, ward 1 
Bay, from 776 Main to 288 Kinnaird, wd. 4 
Beacon, from Cambridge, at Inman square, 

west, to Soraerville line, ward 2 
Beaver, from 10 Cowperthwaite to 19 

Flagg, ward 1 
Beck park, Harvard, junc. Main, ward 1 
2 



Bedford, from 13 Porter to Somerville line, 

ward 2 
Beech, from 190 North avenue to Somer- 
ville line, ward 5 
Bell, from 17 Allston, ward 4 
Belmont, from Mount Auburn, at R. R. 

bridge, to Belmont line, ward 1 
Belmont, changed to Dudley, ward 5 
Beunet, from junction Murray and Eliot, 

west, ward 1 
Bent, from Third to Ninth, ward 3 
Berkeley, from 9 Phillips place to 8 Crai- 

gie, ward 1 
Berkshire, from Bristol, north, ward 2 
Berkshire place, from Berkshire to Port- 
land, ward 2 
Bigelow, from 691 Main to 282 Harvard, 

ward 2 
Binney, from Third to Ninth, ward 3 
Blackstone, from 129 River to Western 

avenue, ward 4 
Blair place, from 72 Bolton, ward 5 
Blanche, from 16 Front, south, ward 4 
Boardman, from 183 Harvard to 254 Broad- 
way, ward 2 
Boardman place, from 13 Boardman, wd. 2 
Bolton, from 111 Dublin, west and east, 

ward 5 
Bond, from 43 Concord avenue to 58 Gar- 
den, ward 1 
Bow, from 902 Main to 59 Mount Auburn, 

ward 1 
Bowdoin, from Hudson to 24 Linnaean, 

ward 5 
Brattle, from 9 Harvard square to Mount 

Auburn, at Fresh Pond lane, ward 1 
Brattle square, from 34 Brattle to 99 Mt. 

Auburn, ward 1 
Brewer, from 146 Mount Auburn, south, 

ward 1 
Brewery, from 166 Broadway to Main> 

wards 2 and 4 
Bridge, from Craigie's bridge, East Cam- 
bridge, to Somerville line, ward 3 
Brighton, from 9 Harvard square to Brigh- 
ton bridge, Brighton line, ward 1 
Bristol, from 17 Market to Portland, wd. 2 
Broadway, from 99 Main, ward 2, to Cam- 
bridge, at the college grounds, wards 2 
and 1 
Broadway park, junction Broadway, Nor- 
folk, and Prospect, ward 2 
Brookliue, from 520 Main to the Charles 

river, ward 4 
Brooks, from 361 Main, to 34 School, wd. 4 
Brooks place, from Moore to Clark, wd. 4 
Brown, from 124 Brattle to 13 Foster, wd. 1 
Buckingham, from 25 Craigie to 54 Con- 
cord avenue, ward 1 
Cambridge, from 96 Bridge to 8 Kirkland, 

wards 3 and 1 
Camden place, from 245 Mount Auburn, 

ward 1 
Cameron, from North avenue, near M. C. 
R. R. crossing, to Somerville line, ward 5 



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STREETS, COURTS, AVENUES, ETC. 



Camp, from John, to Lerned, ward 5 

Carson, from 180 Gore to 239 Cambridge, 
ward 3 

Carver, from 70 Sacramento to Hammond, 
ward 1 

Cedar, from 339 North avenue to 59 
Spruce, ward 5 

Cedar square, from 37 Cedar to Belmont, 
ward 5 

Central place, from 21 Western avenue, 
north, ward 4 

Central square, junction 622 Main, River, 
Magazine, and Western avenue, ward 4 

Centre, from 85 Hancock to 8 Dana, wd. 2 

Charming, from 168 Brattle to Mount Au- 
burn, ward 1 

Chapman place, from 13 Gerry to 14 
Brewer, ward 1 

Charles, from 121 Third, west, ward 3 

Charles River, from 52 Mount Auburn to 
11 Dyke, ward 1 

Chatham, from 145 Hancock to 36 Dana, 
ward 2 

Chauncy,from 21 North avenue to 15 Con- 
cord aveuue, ward 1 

Cherry, from 421 Main to 176 Harvard, 
wards 4 and 2 

Cherry court, from 22 Cherry, ward 4 

Chester, from 260 North avenue to Som- 
erville line, ward 5 

Chestnut, from 168 Pleasant to Waverly, 
ward 4 

Chestnut park, from 23 to 31 Charles, run- 
ning north, ward 3 

Church, from 13 Harvard row to 45 Brat- 
tle, ward 1 

Church place, from 98 Cambridge, ward 3 

Clarendon avenue, from 372 North ave- 
nue to Somerville line, ward 5 

Clark, from 387 Main to 20 Webster ave- 
nue, wards 4 and 2 

Clary, from Prospect, n. Houghton, wd. 2 

Clay, from 93 Spruce to 40 Harvey, ward 5 

Clifton, from 117 Spruce to 64 Harvey, 
ward 5 

Clinton, from 707 Main to 290 Harvard, 
ward 2 

Coggswell avenue, from 237 North aveuue, 
to Fitchburg R. R., ward 5 

Coggswell place, from 11 Mead to Coggs- 
well avenue, ward 5 

Columbia, from 473 Main to Somerville 
line, wards 4 and 2 

Columbus avenue, from North avenue, 
near Arlington line, to Kimball, ward 5 

Concord avenue, from 3 VVaterhouse to 
Wellington and Adams, Belmont line, 
wards 1 and 5 

Conlon court, from 152 Third, east, wd. 3 

Coolidge avenue, from Mount Auburn to 
Watertown line, ward 1 

Corliss place, rear 13 Antrim, ward 2 

Cottage, from 103 Pearl to 44 Pleasant, 
ward 4 

Cottage court, from 8 Cottage, south, wd. 4 

Cowperthvvaite, from 25 Banks to 38 De- 
Wolf, ward 1 

Craigie, from 28 Concord avenue to 141 
Brattle, ward 1 



Creighton, from North avenue, near Wal- 
den, to Richdale avenue, ward 5 

Crescent, from 96 Oxford to 61 Sacramen- 
to, ward 5 

Crescent avenue, from 39 Walden to Ray- 
mond, ward 5 

Crossland, from 77 Clark to Bristol, wd. 2 

Curve place, from 57 Kirkland, north, 
ward 1 

Cushing, from Belmont, beyond R. R. 
bridge, to Belmont line, ward 1 

Cushing court, from Cushing, at residence 
of John Clark, ward 1 

Dailey alley, from 47 Cambridge to Gore, 
ward 3 

Dana, from 787 Main to 634 Cambridge, 
wards 1 and 2 

Dana square. Magazine, from Lawrence 
to Lake and Niagara, ward 4 

Daniels court, from 15 Hilliard, west, wd. 1 

Davenport, from Elm, near Somerville 
line, south, ward 5 « 

Davis, from 125 Harvard to 42 Hampshire, 
ward 2 

Day, from 274 North avenue to Somerville 
line, ward 5 

Daye court, from 10 Blackstone, west, 
ward 4 

Deacon, from 180 Main to foot of Pioneer, 
ward 2 

Decatur, from 81 Brookline to 136 Pearl, 
ward 4 

Decatur court, from 14 Decatur, south, 
ward 4 

Derby lane, from 362 Broadway to West, 
ward 2 

DeWolf, from 38 Mount Auburn to Flagg, 
ward - 1 

DeWolf place, from 11 DeWolf, west, wd. 1 

Dickinson, from Broadway to Davis, wd. 2 

Dinsmore court, from 33 Willard, west, 
ward 1 

Distillhouse, from 365 Cambridge to Som- 
erville line, ward 2 

Divinity avenue, from 27 Kirkland, north, 
ward 1 

Donnell, from 99 Concord avenue to 140 
Garden, ward 5 

Douglass, from 513 Main to 50 Austin, 
ward 4 

Douglass court, from 5 Douglass, near 
Main, ward 4 

Dover, from 282 North avenue to Somer- 
ville line, ward 5 

Dublin, from 109 Garden to 74 Spruce, 
ward 5 

Dudley, from 321 North avenue to Jack- 
son, ward 5 

Dunster, from 1 Harvard square to Col- 
lege wharf, ward 1 

Dyke, from 27 DeWolf to Holyoke, ward 1 

East, from 113 Bridge, east, to Hall's whf., 
ward 3 

Eaton, from 23 Cherry to 12 Pine, ward 4 

Eighth, from 214 Cambridge, south, wd. 3 

Eliot, from 104 Mount Auburn, to opp. 68 
Brighton, ward 1 

Eliot square, Eliot, junction Mt. Auburn, 
ward 1 



STREETS, COURTS, AVENUES, ETC. 



19 



Ellery, from 811 Main to 654 Cambridge, 
ward 1 

Ellsworth avenue, from 403 Broadway to 
612 Cambridge, ward 2 

Elm, from 213 Harvard to Somerville line, 
ward 2 

Elm, from White to Russell, ward 5 

Elmer, from Sands, north, ward 1 

Elm wood avenue, from 182 Brattle to Mt. 
Auburn, near Cooiidge avenue, ward 1 

Emmons place, from 35 Baldwin, west, 
ward 1 

Ericsson court, ftn. 91 Green, north, wd. 4 

Erie, from 120 Brookline to 84 Magazine, 
ward 4 

Essex, fra. 591 Main to 238 Harvard, wd. 2 

Essex court, 51 Essex, ward 2 

Eustis court, from 112 Oxford, east to 
Somerville line, ward 5 

Everett, from 42 Xorth avenue to 45 Ox- 
ford, ward * 

Fairfield, from opp. 7 Spruce, near North 
avenue, to Pemberton, ward 5 

Fairmont, from 9 J Magazine to 100 River, 
ward 4 

Fairmont avenue, from 54 Fairmont to 
Somerset 

Farwell place, from 53 Brattle, ward 1 

Fayer weather, from 181 Brattle, to Vassal 
lane, ward 1 

Fayette, from 369 Broadway to 504 Cam- 
bridge, ward 2 

Felton, from 469 Broadway to 728 Cam- 
bridge, ward 1 

Fifth, from 6S Winter to 75 Charles, w. 3. 

First, from 32 Cambridge to Thorndike, 
ward 3 

Flagg, from opp. 34 Putnam avenue, to 
DeWolf, ward 1 

Flagg street court, from Flagg, below 
Banks, ward 1 

Florence, from foot of Magazine, to Pleas- 
ant, ward 4 

Florence place, from 31 Norfolk, ward 4 

Follen, from 9 Concord avenue to 13 Wa- 
terhouse, ward 1 

Forest, from 116 Xorth avenue to Somer- 
ville line, ward 5 

Fort Putnam, junction of Fourth and 
Otis, ward 3 

Fort Washington, Washington square, 
from Waverly, foot of Allston, to G. J. 
R. R., ward 4 
Foster, from 21 Willard to 14 Lowell, wd. 1 

Foster place, from Foster, north, ward 1 

Fourth, from 244 Bridge to 43 Charles, 
ward 3 

Fourth st. place, from 101 Fourth, ward 3 
Foxcroft, from Washington avenue to 

Avon Hill, ward 5 
Francis avenue, from 43 Kirkland, north, 

ward 1 
Frank, from 320 Xorth avenue to Somer- 
ville line, ward 5 
Franklin, from 29 Sidney to 22 Putnam 

avenue, ward 4 
Fresh Pond lane, from 253 Brattle to Fresh 

Pond, ward 1 
Frisbie place,f rom 23 Kirkland, north, wd.l 



Front, from 484 Main to 9 Village, ward 4 
Front street court, from 14 Front, south, 

ward 4 
Frost, from 12 Roseland to Harris, ward 5 
Garden, from Xorth avenue, at the col- 
leges, to Walden, wards 3 and 5 
Garden court, from Garden, across Dub- 
lin, east. ward 5 
Garden street place, from 37 Garden, wd. 1 
Gardner, from 31 Tremont to 110 Pros- 
pect, ward 2 
George, from Montgomery to Clay, wd. 5 
Gerry, from 138 Mt. Auburn, soutb, wd. 1 
Gordon place, from 8 Floience, ward 4 
Gore, from 152 Bridge to Somerville line, 

ward 3 
Gore place, from 132 Gore, ward 3 
Gorham, from Wendell to Hammond, 

ward 1 
Grant, from 24 DeWolf to 17 Banks, wd. 1 
Gray place, from 91 Harvard, ward 2 
Green, from 13 Sidney to 10 Putnam ave- 
nue, ward 4 
Greenough avenue, from Highland avenue 

to Ellsworth avenue, ward 2 
Grrigg, from Putnam avenue to Howard, 

ward 2 
Grotto place, from Moore, near School, 

ward 2 
Groveland, from 20 Spruce, south, to 

Fitchburg railroad wharf, ward 5 
Gypsey place, from Moore, near School, 

ward 2 
Hamilton, from 98 Magazine to Waverly, 

ward 4 
Hammond, from 62 Oxford to Carver, 

ward 1 
Hampshire, from 179 Broadway to Inman 

square, Somerville line, ward 2 
Hancock, from Franklin to 386 Broadway, 

ward 2 
Hancock place, from 110 Hancock, wd. 2 
Harding, from 321 Cambridge to Somer- 
ville line, ward 2 
Harris, from foot of Frost to Beacon, Som- 
erville line, ward 5 
Harrison, from 349 Main to 68 Washing- 
ton, ward 2 
Harrison avenue, from Columbus avenue 

to White, ward 5 
Harvard, from 201 Main, L. P., to 1 Har- 
vard square, wards 2 and 1 
Harvard row, from Lyceum building, Har- 
vard square, to Church, ward 1 
Harvard square, junction of 472 Harvard, 

Brattle and Xorth avenue, ward 1 
Harvey, from 7 Cedar, west, ward 5 
Hastings, from G. J. R. R. to 56 Moore, 

ward 2 
Hastings, from Phillips place, near Berke- 
ley, ward 1 
Hastings square, Brookline, bet. Chestnut 

and Henry, ward 4 
Hawthorn, irom 96 Brattle to Mt. Auburn, 

ward 1 
Hawthorn avenue, from 222 Brattle to be- 
yond Huron, ward 1 
Hayes court, from 42 Putnam avenue, 
east, ward 4 



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STREETS, COURTS, AVENUES, ETC. 



Healey, from Parker to Buckingham, wd. 1 
Henderson place, from 10 Day, east, near 

Somerville line, ward 5 
Henry, from Waverly to 280 Pearl, ward 4 
Hewes, from Grigg to Western avenue, 

ward 4 
Highland, frm. Appleton to Reservoir,w. 1 
Highland avenue, from 393 Broadway to 

588 Cambridge, ward 2 
Billiard, from 60 Brattle to 133 Mount Au- 
burn, ward 1 
Hollis, from 285 North av. to 37 Spruce, 

ward 5 
Holly, from Clark to Brooks, ward 4 
Holly av., from Madison to Wyeth, wd. 5 
Holmes place, from 2 North avenue to 

Kirkland, ward 1 
Holworthy, from Belmont, at Mt. Auburn 

station F. R. R., ward 1 
Holworthy place, from Holworthy to F. 

R. R., ward 1 
Holyoke, from 448 Harvard to Dyke, wd. 1 
Holyoke place, from 64 Mt. Auburn to 30 

Holyoke. ward 1 
Houghton, from 171 Prospect to Somer- 
ville line, ward 2 
Howard, from 71 River to Kinnaird, wd. 4 
Hubbard avenue, from 45 Walden to Ray- 
mond, ward 5 
Hudson, from 71 North avenue to Hudson 

place, ward 5 
Hudson place, from 35 Hudson, ward 5 
Hunting, from 329 Cambridge to Somer- 
ville line, ward 2 
Huron, from Hawthorn avenue to east of 

Lake View avenue, ward 1 
Inman, from 677 Main, to 214 Hampshire, 

ward 2 
Inman court, from 57 Inman to Derby 

lane, ward 2 
Inman square, junction Inman, Hamp- 
shire, Cambridge, Springfield, Beacon 
and Antrim, ward 2 
Irving, from 456 Broadway to 52 Kirkland, 

ward 1 
Jackson, fm. 103 Spruce to 52 Harvey,wd. 5 
James, from 81 Brattle to 12 Mason, wd. 1 
Jarvis, from 24 North avenue to 31 Ox 

ford, ward 1 
Jay, from 59 River to Kinnaird, ward 4 
Jay street place, from 2-> Jay. ward 4 
Jefferson, from Warren to 22 Harding. 

ward 4 
Jennings court, from 2 Front, south, wd. 4 
John, from Cameron, west, ward 5 
Jones alley, from 350 Broadway to 13 

West, ward 2 
Jordan place, from 134 Broadway, ward 2 
Kendall square, junction Main, Broadway 

and Third, ward 2 
Kent, east of Carver, parallel with Ham- 
mond, ward 1 
Kimball, from Columbus avenue to Whit- 

temore, ward 5 
King place, from 15 Amory, west, ward 2 
Kinnaird, from 45 River to 30 Putnam av- 
enue, ward 4 
Kirkland, from North avenue, near the 
common, to Somerville line, ward 1 



Kirkland place, from 35 Kirkland, north, 
ward 1 

Lake, fm. 169 Pearl, to 76 Magazine, wd. 4 

Lake View avenue, from 189 Brattle to 
Concord avenue, ward 1 

Lambert avenue, from 145 North avenue, 
west, ward 5 

Lam son place, from 42 Essex, ward 2 

Langdon, from 49 North avenue to 11 
Chauncy, ward 1 

Laurel, from 75 Pleasant to 78 River, wd. 4 

Lawn, from Cushing, at Cushing street 
schoolhouse, ward 1 

Lawrence, from opposite 152 Pearl to 66 
Magazine, ward 4 

Lechmere place, from 48 North, west, to 
Boston and Lowell railroad, ward 3 

Lechmere square, Bridge, junction Cam- 
bridge, ward 3 

Lee, from 721 Main to 372 Broadway, wd. 2 

Leighton court, from 26 Ea$t, north, wd. 3 

Lerned. from Cameron, near Somerville 
line, west, ward 5 

Leverett, from foot of Magaziue to Brook- 
line bridge, ward 4 

Lexington avenue, from 197 Brattle to 
Vassal lane, ward I 

Lexiuo-ton avenue, from 401 North avenue 
to Whittemore, ward 5 

Lilac court, from Portland, west, near 
Hampshire, ward 2 

Lincoln, from Webster avenue to 90 Elm, 
ward 2 

Lincoln place, fm. 7 Lincoln, north, wd. 2 

Linden, from 424 Harvard to 61 Mount 
Auburn, ward 1 

Line, from 559 Cambridge to 90 Kirkland, 
wards 2 and 1 

Lim aean, from 111 North avenue to 69 
Garden, ward 5 

Locust, from Cushing, opposite Cushing 
school-house, to Holworthy, ward 1 

Lopez, from 65 Brookline to 116 Pearl, 
ward 4 

Loughrey avenue, from Pioneer to Pel- 
ham, ward 2 

Lowell, from 156 Brattle to 271 Mount Au- 
burn, ward 1 

Lowland av., from 40 Spring, south, wd. 3 

Lyman, from Murray, west, ward 1 

Madison, from 63 Concord avenue to 90 
Garden, ward 5 

Madison avenue, from Columbus avenue, 
to Whittemore, ward 5 

Magazine, from 610 Main to Captain's Isl- 
and, Charles river, ward 4 

Magazine court, from 117 Magazine to 12 
Walnut court, ward 4 

Magee, from 54 Putnam avenue to Grigg, 
ward 4 

Main, from West Boston bridge to 400 
Harvard, wards 2, 4, 2 and 1 

Maple avenue, from 381 Broadway to 564 
Cambridge, ward 2 

Market, from 207 Broadway to 32 Elm, 

ward 2 
Marsh court, from 209 Mt. Auburn, wd. 1 
Marvin place, from 58 Columbia, ward 4 
Mason, from 85 Brattle to 11 Garden,wd. 1 



STREETS, COURTS, AVENUES, ETC. 



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May, from Lawn, ward 1 

Maynard place, fm. 261 Mt. Auburn, wd. 1 

McCabe, from 277 Cambridge to 10 Jeffer- 
son, ward 2 

McDonald, from Mt. Auburn, nearly opp. 
cemetery gate, northerly to R. R., wd. 1 

McLean place, from 41 Cedar, ward 5 

Meacham, from 294 North avenue to Som- 
erville line, ward 5 

Mead, from 23 Waldeu to Coggswell ave- 
nue, ward 5 

Mechanic square, junction Broadway, 
Hampshire, Webster avenue and Port- 
land streets, ward 2 

Mellen, from 50 North avenue to 55 Ox- 
ford, ward 1 

Mill, from 25 DeWolf to 50 Holyoke, wd. 1 

Montgomery, from 77 Spruce to 28 Har- 
vey, ward 5 

Moore, from 357 Main to 212 Broadway, 
ward 2 

Mount Auburn, from 842 Main to Bel- 
mont line, ward 1 

Mount Auburn place, from 132 Mount 
Auburn, south, ward 1 

Mount Pleasant, from Walden, southerly, 
ward 5 

Mount Vernon, from 139 North avenue, 
ward 5 

Mullin's court, from 46 Winter, ward 3 

Munroe, from Third, west to Sixth, wd. 3 

Murdock, from 162 Hampshire to 9 Gard- 
ner, ward 2 

Murray, from junction Eliot and Bennet 
to the Charles river, ward 1 

Myrtle place, from 31 Moore, between 
Washington and School, ward 4 

New, from Coucord avenue, next F. R. R., 
ward 5 

Newton, from Chestnut to Putnam ave- 
nue, between Pearl and Magazine, wd. 4 

Niagara, from 16 Lawrence to 17 Lake, 
ward 4 

Nichols place, from 21 Baldwin, west,wd.l 

Ninth, from 238 Cambridge to Potter, wd. 3 

Norfolk, from 549 Main to Somerville line, 
wards 4 and 2 

Norfolk court, from 78 Norfolk, between 
Broadway and Harvard, ward 2 

Norris, from 307 North avenue, to 50 Ce- 
dar, ward 5 

North, from 13 Water to 16 East, ward 3 

North avenue, from Harvard square to 
Arlington line, wards 1 and 5 

Norton, from25Bowdoin,to lOAvon.wd. 5 

Norton place, from 12 Norton, ward 5 

Nutting place, from 128 Mount Auburn, 
south, ward 1 

Oak, from 509 Cambridge to Somerville 
line, ward 2 

Orchard, from 9 Davenport to Somerville 
line, ward 5 

Osborn, from 368 Main, south, to State, 
ward 4 

Otis, from First to Ninth, ward 3 

Otter, from 24 Cowperthwaite to 21 De- 
Wolf, ward 1 

Oxford, from 13 Kirkland to Somerville 
line, wards 1 and 5 



Pacific, from Brookline, east to Albany, 

ward 4 
Palmer, from 8 Brattle to 16 Church, wd.l 
Park, from 81 Magazine to 80 Pleasant, 

ward 4 
Parker, from 40 Concord av., south, wd. 1 
Pearl, from 568 Main to the Charles river, 

ward 4 
Pelham, from 70 Broadway to 197 Main, 

ward 2 
Pemberton, from Spruce, near 257 North 

avenue, to Fairfield, ward 5 
Percy place, from 40 Essex, ward 2 
Perry, from 127 Pearl to 54 Magazine, wd. 4 
Pettingill court, fm. 58 Second, east, wd. 3 
Phillips place, from 9 Mason to 18 Garden, 

ward 1 
Pilgrim, from 54 Brookline, east to Al- 
bany, ward 4 
Pine, from 87 School to 190 Harvard, 

wards 4 and 2 
Pioneer, from 52 Broadway, across Main, 

to Deacon, ward 2 
Pioneer avenue, from 32 Broadway to 5 

Pelham, ward 2 
Pleasant, from 672 Main to Florence.wd. 4 
Pleasant place, from 48 Pleasant, ward 4 
Plymouth, from 91 Hampshire to Portland, 

ward 2 
Plympton, from 404 Harvard to Bow,wd. 1 
Pond place, from 100 Putnam avenue, 

east, ward 4 
Porter, from 37 Warren to 39 Harding, 

ward 2 
Portland, from Main to Cambridge, wards 

4 and 2 
Potter, from Third to Ninth, ward 3 
Prescott, from 391 Harvard to 472 Broad- 
way, ward 1 
Prince, from 105 Magazine to 112 Pleasant, 

ward 4 
Prison point road, from Bridge, near Crai- 

gie's bridge, to Charlestown line, wd. 3 
Prospect, from 617 Maiu to Somerville 

line, ward 2 
Putnam avenue, from 1 Mount Auburn 

to Waverly, wards 4, 1 and 4 
Putnam court, changed to Magee st.,wd 4 
Quincy, from Quincy square to 28 Kirk- 
land, ward 1 
Quincy square, junction Main, Harvard 

and Quincy, at Beck hall, ward 1 
Railroad, from opposite 149 Dublin to 

Fitchburg R. R. , ward 5 
Raymond, from 51 Linnaean to Fitchburg 

R. R., ward 5 
Raymond court, from Raymond, opposite 

Prof. Edward J. Young's estate, ward 5 
Reardon, from Waverly to G. J. R. R., 

ward 4 
Reed, from 67 Spruce to 16 Harvey, wd. 5 
Regent, from 197 North avenue to F. R. R., 

ward 5 
Remington, from 857 Main to 380 Har- 
vard, ward 1 
Reservoir, from 7 Fayerweather to 114 

Concord avenue, ward 1 
Revere, from 134 Mount Auburn to Gerry, 

ward 1 



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STREETS, COURTS, AVENUES, ETC. 



Rice, from 299 North av. to 60 Cedar, wd. 5 
Rich dale avenue, from Walden, east, to 

near Lambert avenue, ward 5 
River, from 620 Main to Brighton line, 

ward 4 
Riverside place, from Western avenue, 

opposite Blackstone, ward 1 
Rockwell, from 85 Pleasant to 86 River, 

ward 4 
Rogers, from Third to Ninth, ward 3 
Rollins court, from 8 Watson, south, wd. 4 
Roselaud, from 138 North avenue to Som- 

erville line, ward 5 
Russell, from 242 North avenue to Somer- 

ville line, ward 5 
Sacramento, from 70 North avenue to 

Soinerville line, wards 5 and 1 
Sacramento place, from 25 Sacramento, 

north, ward 5 
Salem, from B2 Auburn to opposite 24 

Watson, ward 4 
Sands, from Putnam avenue to the Charles 

river, ward 1 
Sargent, from 70 Spruce to Railroad, wd. 5 
Saville. from 205 Appleton to Reservoir, 

ward 1 
Sceva place, from 14 Green, ward 4 
School, from 331 Main to 28 Austin, wd. 4 
School street court, from 35 School, wd. 4 
Seckel, from 54 Webster avenue to 110 

Winsor, ward 2 
Second, from 24 Gore to 28 Spring, wd. 8 
Second street court, from 64 Second, wd. 3 
Seventh, from 153 Gore, to south of 

Thorndike, ward 3 
Shepard, from 63 North avenue to 47 Gar- 
den, wards 5 and 1 
Short, from 145 Bridge to 42 North, wd. 3 
Sibley court, from 19 Sparks, west. wd. 1 
Sidney, from 8 Front to Auburn, and 

from Henry to Hamilton, ward 4 
Sixth, from 144 Gore to Harvard, junction 

Main, wards 3 and 2 
Soden, from 29 Western avenue to 150 

Franklin, ward 4 
Soden place, from 14 Soden, ward 4 
Somerset, from Putnam avenue to Walnut 

court, ward 4 
Somerville avenue, from 150 North ave- 
nue, Union sq., to Somerville line,wd. 5 
South, from 41 Holyoke to 64 Brighton, 

ward 1 
Sparks, from 237 Mount Auburn, to 80 

Concord avenue, ward 1 
Sparks street place, from 70 Concord ave- 
nue to 104 Sparks, ward 1 
Spring, from 72 Second to Ninth, ward 3 
Springfield, from 527 Cambridge to Som- 
erville line, ward 2 
Spring place, from rear 126 Spring to rear 

140 do., ward 8 
Spruce, from 257 North avenue to the 

meadows, ward 5 
Squire's court, from 164 Gore, south,wd. 3 
State, from 13 Front to Osborn, ward 4 
Stevens court, from 11 Fourth, west,wd. 3 
Stinson court, from 36 Somerset, ward 4 
Story, from 48 Brattle to 125 Mount Au- 
burn, ward 1 



Suffolk, from 49 Columbia to 46 Norfolk, 

ward 2 
Summer, fm. 105 Prospect to Inman, wd. 2 
Sumner, from 735 Cambridge to 38 Kirk- 
land, ward 1 
Talbot, from Waverly, at Fort Washing- 
ton, to G. J. R. R., ward 4 
Tannery, from 382 North avenue to the 

almshouse, ward 5 
Temple, fm. 641 Main to 134 Austin, wd. 2 
Tenney, from 39 Orchard to Elm, Somer- 
ville line, ward 5 
Third, from Boston & Lowell railroad, E. 

Cambridge, to 27 Main, wards 3 and 2 
Thorndike, from First to Ninth, ward 3 
Tremont, from 393 Broadway, to Somer- 
ville line, ward 2 
Trowbridge, from 839 Main to Kirkland, 

ward I 
Tufts, from Magazine to Pearl, south of 

Chestnut, ward 4 
Tuttle, from 8 Donnell to 9 Wyeth, wd. 5 
Union, from 37 Market to 8 Lincoln, wd. 2 
Union square, junction 160 North avenue 

with Somerville avenue, ward 5 
Upton, from 55 Magazine to 56 Pleasant, 

ward 4 
Valentine, from 95 Brookline to 168 Pearl, 

ward 4 
Vassal lane, from 85 Sparks to Lake View 

avenue, ward 1 
Vernon, from 700 Main, to 129 Green,wd. 4 
Village, from 18 State to 35 Front, ward 4 
Vine, from 99 South Third to Ninth, wd. 3 
Vineyard, from Cushing to May, ward 1 
Walden, f'om 225 North avenue to oppo- 
site 114 Concord avenue, wards 5 and 1 
Walker, from Shepard, opposite Wallace 

to Linnsean, ward 5 
\ Walker court, from Flagg, near Putnam 
avenue, ward 1 
Walker place, from 130 Third, east, wd. 3 
Wallace, from 41 Garden to 38 Shepard, 

ward 1 
Walnut avenue, from 23 Arlington to 

Lambert avenue, ward 5 
Walnut court, from 174 Putnam avenue, 

ward 4 
Ware, from 385 Harvard to 462 Broadway, 

ward 1 
Warland, from 71 Magazine to 70 Pleasant, 

ward 4 
Warren, from 263 Cambridge to Somer- 
ville line, ward 2 
Washington, from 375 Main to 32 Norfolk, 

ward 2 
Washington avenue, from Lambert ave- 
nue to Foxcroft. ward 5 
Washington square (see Fort Washing- 
ton), ward 4 
Water, from 185 Bridge to Miller's river, 

ward 3 
Waterhouse, from 17 Garden to 11 North 

avenue, ward 1 
Watson, from 49 Brookline to 94 Pearl, 

ward 4 
Waverly, from Henry to Hamilton, wd. 4 
Webster avenue, from 49 Hampshire to 
Somerville line, ward 2 



HALLS, BUILDINGS, ETC. 



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Wellington, from Concord avenue, oppo- 
site Adams to Wellington brook, Bel- 
mont line, ward 5 

Wendell, from 58 North avenue to Carver, 
ward 1 

West, from 53 In man to Lee, ward 2 

Westford (see Mead), ward 5 

Westacott court, from 224 Putnam avenue, 
ward 4 

Western avenue, from 622 Main, Central 
square to Brighton line, ward 4 

White, from Union square to Elm in Som- 
erville, ward 5 • 

Whitney avenue, from Putnam avenue to 
Chestnut, ward 4 

Whitney court, from 8 Essex, ward 2 

Whittemore, from Lexington av., west, 
ward 5 

Willard, from 114 Brattle to 185 Mt. Au- 
burn, ward 1 

Willard street court, from IS Willard, wd. 1 

William, from 87 Pearl to 26 River, wd. 4 



Willow, from 345 Cambridge to Somer- 
ville line, ward 2 

Willis court, from Mount Auburn, opposite 
Elmwood avenue, ward 1 

Winsor, from 403 Main to Somerville line, 
wards 4 and 2 

Winter, from 206 Bridge to 4 Fifth, wd. 3 

Wiuthrop, from 33 Holyoke to 8 Eliot, 
ward 1 

Wiuthrop square, junction Mount Auburn, 
Brighton, and Wiuthrop, ward 1 

Woodlawn, from Cushing, near Vine- 
yard, to Cushing, near Belmont line, 
ward 1 

Worcester, from 59 Columbia to 54 Nor- 
folk, ward 2 

Worthington, from Lake View avenue to 
Lexington avenue, front of Pumping 
station, ward 1 

Wright, from 33 Hudson to 8 Norton, wd. 5 

Wyeth, from 79 Concerd avenue to 106 
Garden, ward 5 



Almshouse, Tannery, ward 5 

Armory Hall, Brattle square 

Austin Hall, Temple 

Baldwin block, rear 95 Main, near West 

Boston Bridge, ward 2 
Beacon building, Cambridge, n. Inman sq. 
Beck Hall. Quincy square, junction Main, 

Quincy, and Harvard, ward 1 
Boyle block, from 34 Charles, ward 3 
Brewer's block, Brattle square, ward 1 
Broadway block, Broadway, between Fifth 

and Main 
Brooks' building. 361 Main 
Buck's block. Seventh, corner Gore 
Buckley's Hall, 547 Main 
Burrage block, Bristol, between Hamp- 
shire and Webster avenue 
Butler block, rear 10 Charles River, wd. 1 
Central square building, Green, ward 4 
Chronicle building, 573 Main, opp. Pearl 
City building, Brattle square, ward 1 
City Hall. 660 Main 
Clark's block, 497 Main 
Concordia Hall, 200 Cambridge 
Conservatory Hall, 4 Lee, corner Main 
Court House, Third, corner Otis, E. C. 
Douglass block, Main, corner Essex 
Emerson block, foot of Crescent av., wd. 5 
Felton building, Trowbridge, c. Cambridge 
Fiske's block, 423 to 439 Main 
Foster's block. 87 Main 
Freemasons Hall, Dunster, n. Harvard sq. 
Goldsmith Hall, 89 Cambridge 
Good Templars Hall, 149 North avenue 
Gothic Hall, Orchard, cor. Allen, ward 5 
Grant building, 623 Main 
G. A. R. Hall (post 57), 115-J- Cambridge, 

E. C. 
G. A. R. Hall (post 56), Palmer, c. Brattle 
Hannum block, 114 Broadway, n. G. J. R. R. 
Harugari Hall, Sixth, corner Spring 
Harvard, or Little's block, 466 Harvard, 
corner Dunster 



HALLS, BUILDINGS, ETC. 



Hawkins block, Charles, east of Third 
Henderson block, North av, opp. Walden 
Hilton block, 424 to 430 Harvard, corner 
Linden, and 448 Harvard, cor. Holyoke 
Hixon's block, 57, 59 Portland 
House of Correction, Thorndike, near 

Third, East Cambridge 
Hovey's block, 402 Main 
Hyde's block, Main, Central square 
Independence Hall, rear 55 Norfolk 
Inman building, Cambridge, between 

Beacon and Springfield 
Inman Hall, Inman square, between Bea- 
con and Springfield 
Institute Hall, 107 Cambridge 
Kernan block, rear 13 to 17 Charles River 
Knights of Honor Hall, 89 Cambridge 
Lechmere bank building, Cambridge, cor- 
ner Second 
Lechmere block, Bridge, junc. Cambridge 
Lechmere bldg., Cambridge, junc. Bridge 
Linehan block. Third, near Winter 
Lyceum building, Harvard sq., c. Brattle 
Lyceum Hall, Henderson block, North av. 
Lyceum Hall, Lyceum bldg., Harvard sq. 
Main block, Main, corner Pearl 
Masonic block, Main, near Temple 
Masonic Hall, 89 Cambridge, E. Cambridge 
Masonic Hall, 633 Main, Cambiidgeport 
Masonic Hall, 240 North avenue, North 

Cambridge 
Melledge's block, Main, corner Norfolk 
Moore's block, Mt. Auburn, cor. Charles 

River, and Main, corner Trowbridge 
Moore's building, 6 to 8 Brattle 
Odd Fellows Hall. 15 Brattle, Cambridge 
Odd Fellows Hall, 83 Cambridge 
Odd Fellows Hall, 240 North avenue 
Odd Fellows Hall, 583 Main, Cambridgep't 
Odd Fellows Hall, Holyoke, corner Main, 

Cambridge 
Pelham Hall, 603 Main 
Porter's Hall, Porter's Hotel 



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COLLEGE BUILDINGS, WHARVES, CEMETERIES. 



Potter's block, 187 to 199 North avenue 

Pythian Hall, Hyde's block, 603 Main 

Ramsay's building, 1 Brattle 

Robbins block, 1 to 10 Prospect 

Roberts block, 15 Brattle 

Roberts Hall, 15 Brattle 

Rogers block, junction Main, and Wash- 
ington and Brewery 

Rolling Mill block, Bristol, between Berk- 
shire and Portland 

Saunders block, 38 and 42 North avenue 

Shea's block, 151 to 155 Bridge 

Shepherd's block, 9 Charles River 

Smart's building, rear 380 Main 

Social Union Hall, 15 Brattle 

Sons of Temperance Hall, Lechmere bank 
building, Cambridge, East Cambridge 

Sovereign's Hall, 573 Main 

Squire's block, Squire's ct., fm. 164 Gore 

State Arsenal, Chauncy, cor. Concord av. 



Stratton's block, Cambridge, near Fifth 

Swiney's block. Gore, near Fifth 

Symond's block, 24 DeWolf 

Temperance Hall, Union square, North 
Cambridge 

Templars Hall, 548 Main 

Temple block, Main, corner Temple 

Temple Hall, Temple, corner Main 

Union Hall, 631 Main 

University Hall, 11 Brighton 

Waitt's Hall, Cambridge, junction Hamp- 
shire, Inman square 

Watson block, 560 Main 

Welch's block, North, opposite N. E. Glass 
Works 

Wellington Hall (G. A. R. post 30), Pearl 

Wheatland's blk., Cambridge, junc. Bridge 

Whitney's block, 465 Main 

Whitney's building, Brattle square 

Woodbury's building, Otis 



COLLEGE BUILDINGS. 



Alumni Hall,- junction Kirkland, Quincy 

and Cambridge, 1874 
Appleton Chapel, College yard, 1856 
Astronomical Observatory, Garden, oppo- 
site Linnaean, 1846 
Botanic Garden, Garden, c. Linnaean, 1805 
Boylston Hall, College yard, 1857 
Burnham Hall (Episcopal Theological 

Seminary), Brattle, 1879 
College House, 1 to 13 Harvard row, 1846 
Dane Hall, College yard, 1832 
Divinity Hall, Divinity avenue,1826 
Gore Hall, College yard, 1838 
Gray's Hall, College yard, 1863 
Harvard Hall, College yard, 1766 
Hemenway Gymnasium, junction Kirk- 
land and Holmes place, 1878 
Holden Chapel, College yard, 1724 



Hollis Hall, College yard, 1763 
Holworthy Hall, College yard, 1812 
Holyoke House, 450 to 458 Harvard, 1871 
Lawrence Hall, Brattle, near Mason, 1873 
Lawrence Scientific School, Kirkland, 

corner Holmes place, 1848 
Massachusetts Hall, College yard, 1720 
Matthews Hall, College yard, 1870 
Museum of Comparative Zoology, Divinity 

avenue and Oxford, 1859 
Peabody Museum of Archaeology, Divinity 

avenue, 1877 
Sever Hall, College yard, 1878 
Stoughton Hall. College yard, 1805 
Thayer Hall, College yard, 1869 
University Hall, College yard, 1812 
Wadsworth House, College yard, 1726 
Weld Hall, College yard, 1871 



WHARVES. 



Bent George H., 168 Main 

Boynton's, 48 Bridge, East Cambridge 

Brooks, 221 Bridge 

City, 184 Main 

College, foot of Dunster 

Day M., 132 Main, Lower Port 

Gale G. W., 69 Main 

Gas House, foot of Bath, ward 1 

Gas House, Third, near Broad canal 

Gore, Third, next gas-house 

Hall's, foot of East street, E. Cambridge 

Hastings, East, near Bridge, E. Cambridge 

Holmes & Rugg's, 166 River 



Holt's, East, near Bridge, E. Cambridge 
N. E. Glass House, foot of North 
Revere Sugar Refinery, foot of Water 
Sanborn's, ()S Bridge, East Cambridge 
Sargent's, foot of Charles River 
Smith's, 180 Main 
Tower's, rear 139 Broadway 
Warren, Bridge st, next to Craigie bridge 
Wellington Austin C, 5 Broadway 
Wellington H. & Co., 28 Bridge 
Winthrop, foot of DeWolf 
Wood William H. & Co., 13 Broadway 
Wy man's, 84 Bridge 



CEMETEEIES. 



Cambridge,Coolidgeav.,n.Watertown line 
Catholic, Spruce, opposite Jackson 
Mount Auburn, Mount Auburn street, n. 
Watertown line 



Old Burying Ground, ward 1, North ave- 
nue, opposite College grounds, B. F. 
Wyeth, superintendent 



BRIDGES, WARD BOUNDARIES. 



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BRIDGES. 



Brookline street, from foot Brookline 
street, Cambridgeport, to Boston 

Cambridge street, from River street, Cam- 
bridgeport, to Brighton district 

Canal or Craigie, from Cambridge street, 
East Cambridge, to Boston 

North Harvard street, from Brighton 



street, Cambridge, to Brighton district 
Prison Point, from Prison Point road, 

East Cambridge, to Charlestown 
West Boston, from Main street, Cam- 

bridgeport, to Boston 
Western avenue, from Western avenue, 

Cambridgeport, to Brighton district 



WARD BOUNDARIES. 



WARD 1. Beginning at the boundary 
line between Cambridge and Belmont, on 
Concord avenue, thence by the center of 
Concord avenue to Bond street, thence by 
the center of Bond street to Garden street, 
thence by the center of Garden street to 
Shepard street, thence by the center of 
Shepard street to North avenue, thence 
by the center of North avenue to Sacra- 
mento street, thence by the center of Sac- 
ramento street to the boundary line be- 
tween Cambridge and Somervilie, thence 
by said boundary line to a point which 
would be struck by the central line of 
Dana street if extended northerly to said 
boundary line, thence by a line to Dana 
street, and by the center of Dana street to 
Main street, thence by the center of Main 
street to Mount Auburn street, thence by 
the center of Mount Auburn street to Put- 
nam avenue, thence by the center of Put- 
nam avenue to Western avenue, thence by 
the center of Western avenue to the bound- 
ary line between Cambridge and Brighton, 
thence by said boundary line to the bound- 
ary line between Cambridge and Water- 
town, thence by the last-mentioned bound- 
ary line to the boundary line between 
Cambridge and Belmont, thence by the 
last mentioned boundary line to the point 
begun at. 

WARD 2. Beginning at the boundary 
line between Cambridge and Somervilie, 
at a point which would be struck by the 
central line of Dana street, if extended 
northerly to said boundary line, thence by 
a line to Dana street, and by the center of 
Danastreet to Main street, thence through 
the center of Main street to Norfolk street, 
thence by the center of Norfolk street to 
Washington street, thence by the center 
of Washington street, to the junction of 
Washington and Main streets, thence by 
a line at a right angle, southerly, to the 
water, thence by the water to the mouth 
of Broad canal, thence by the center of 
Broad canal to North canal, thence by 



the center of North canal, and northerly, 
in a line continued therefrom, to the 
boundary line between Cambridge and 
Somervilie, thence by said boundary line 
to the point begun at. 

WARD 3. Beginning at the mouth of 
Broad canal, thence by the center of Broad 
canal to North canal, thence by the center 
of North canal, and northerly, in a line 
continued therefrom, to the boundary line 
between Cambridge and Somervilie, 
thence by said boundary line to the wa- 
ters of Charles river, thence by the water 
to the point begun at. 

WARD 4. Beginning at the boundary 
line between Cambridge and Brighton, on 
Western avenue, thence through the cen- 
ter of Western avenue to Putnam avenue, 
thence through the center of Putnam ave- 
nue to Mount Auburn street, thence 
through the center of Mount Auburn 
street to Main street, thence through the 
center of Main street to Norfolk street, 
thence through the center of Norfolk street 
to Washington street, thence through the 
center of Washington street to the junc- 
tion of Washington and Main streets, 
thence by a line at a right angle, souther- 
ly, to the water, thence by the water to 
the point begun at. 

WARD 5. Beginning at the boundary 
line between Cambridge and Belmont, on 
Concord avenue, thence by the center of 
Concord avenue to Bond street, thence by 
the center of Bond street to Garden street, 
thence by the center of Garden street to 
Shepard street, thence by the center of 
Shepard street to North avenue, thence 
by the center of North avenue to Sacra- 
mento street, thence by the center of Sac- 
ramento street to the boundary line be- 
tween Cambridge and jSomerviile, thence 
by said boundary line to the boundary 
line between Cambridge and Arlington, 
thence by the said last-mentioned bound- 
ary line to the point begun at. 



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CAMBRIDGE ADVERTISEMENTS. 



GEO. F. RIGKER «£ CO., 

Machine Carpet Beaters, 

Improved Machines, with Steam Sponger Attachments, 
Patented Sept. 18,1877. 

Carpets of all kinds, Beat or Laid, Three Cents Per Yard. 
Mattresses, Feather Beds, Etc., Re-made and Renovated. 
Goods called for and delivered twice a day in Cam- 
bridge and Boston. 

No. 613 MAIN STREET, next door to Post-Office, CAMBRIDGEPORT, MASS. 



MOKRILL & ALLEN, 

(Successors to ALLEN & EJTDICOTT), Manufacturers of 

Machinery, Elevators, 



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Frogs and Switches, Shafting, Hangers, Boiler and all other Cast- 
ings. Also, Steam and (t.is Repairing 
Promptly Attended to. 

No. 356 Main Street, CAMBRIDGEPORT, MASS. 

CLARENCE G. REED & CO., 

PLASTERERS & STUCCO WORKERS 

Kalsomining, Whitening and Tinting without moving carpets or furniture. 

Keene, Portland & Common Cementing. All kinds of Jobbing Promptly Attended to. 

ORDER BOXES —Letter and Order Box, No. 22, Sawin's Express Office, 
Harvard, Square, Cambridge, No. 153 North Avenue, North Cambridge, Fred* 
L. Drew's. No. 18 Union Square, Somerville, L. A. Dimond's. 



CLARENCE G. REED. 

353 Beacon Street, Somerville. 



SAMUEL M. REED. 

785 Cambridge Street, Cambridge. 




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CAMBKIDG-E 

DIRECTORY, 



1882. 



ABBREVIATIONS USED IN THIS DIRECTORY. 

Ab., above; agt , agent; asst., assistant; av., avenue; b or bds., boards; bet., between; bldg., building; 
blk., block; (B.), Boston; B. L. & 0. R. R , Boston, Lowell & Concord Railroad; com. mer., commission 
merchant; c. or cor., corner; ct., court; C. W. W., Cambridge Water Works; Ep. Theo. School; Epis- 
copal Theological School; h.. house; H. U., Harvard University; lab., laborer; L. P., Lower Fort; 
mkr., maker; ninfr., manufacturer: n.,near; opp., opposite; pi, place; P. O., Post-office; pres., presi- 
dent; rd , rt>ad; Rev., reverend; r., rear; st., street; sec, secretary; sq., square; supt., superintendent; 
trearf., treasurer; iU. S. A ), Uuited States Army; (U. S. N.), United States Navy; U. R. Co., Union 
Railway Co.; whf., wharf; whol., wholesale; wid., widow. Where the name of a corporation, factory, 
or firm appears immediately after the name, it indicates the place of business. After the name of the 
street, the word street is omitted. 



AARON LEWIS (Aaron & Parker), cigar 
maker, 513 Main, house 40 Winsor 

Aaron Moss, cigar maker, house 65 Wash- 
ington 

Aaron & Parker (Lewis Aaron and Fred- 
erick C. Parker), cigars and tobacco, 
513 Main 

Aaronson Aaron, house 212 Cambridge 

Abay Joseph, tailor, 587 Main, house 230 
Franklin 

Abbot Anne W. Miss, boards 23 Berkeley 

Abbot Ezra. Bussey Prof, of New Testa- 
ment Criticism and Interpretation H. 
U., house 23 Berkeley 

Abbot Francis E., teacher (3 Park, B.), 
house 13 Lake View avenue 

Abbot George W., com. mer. (21 Central 
wharf, B.), house 294 Harvard 

Abbot Walter L., clerk (21 Central wharf, 
B.), boards 294 Harvard 

Abbott Albion F., polisher, 624 Main, h. 
5 Lawrence 

Abbott Braziliau C, coffin maker, 203 
Bridge, house at South Boston 

Abbott Charles J., coal and wood, 16 
Pearl, boards 94 Prospect 

Abbott Charles L., counsellor-at-law (48 
Congress, room 22, B. ) , bds. 29 River 



Abbott Charles S., box maker, 1 Hamp- 
shire, house 32 Winsor 
Abbott Edward Rev., pastor St. James 

church, house Channing 
Abbott Edward M. Mrs., house 7 Chauncy 
Abbott Edward W., painter, 436 Main, 

boards 15 Salem [Washington 

Abbott Ezra, building mover, house 77 
Abbott Gordon, student H. U., rooms* 10 

Little's block 
Abbott Horatio N., engineer, 203 Bridge, 

house 154 Cambridge 
Abbott John, printer, 547 Main, boards 

169 Norfolk 
Abbott John K., real estate (11 Cornhill, 

B.), house 8 Fairmont 
Abbott John P., printer, h. 431 Cambridge 
Abbott Levi, machinist, house 29 River 
Abbott Lucy K. Mrs., boarding-house, 5 

Dickinson 
Abercrombie Boiling G., salesman (200 

Devonshire, B.), boards 26 Brattle 
Abercrombie Sarah G., widow of Milo B., 

house 27 Brattle 
Abercrombie Talulah G. Miss, b. 26 Brattle 
Abercrombie Winona Miss, teacher Cush- 

ing street primary school, boards 26 

Brattle 



FLORISTS, 



0'Bn.i:E3:Nr c*j son 

830 MAIN AND 89 SPARKS STREETS. 



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Aberle Jacob Mrs., house off Eighth, near 
Spring 

Aberle Jacob jr., cooper, house Eighth, 
corner Spring 

Aberle John, cooper, boards Mrs. Jacob 
Aberle's, Eighth' 

Aberle Philip (88 North, B.), bds. Jacob 
Aberle's, Eighth 

Abraham George, conductor U. R. Co., 
house 21 Grant [ct. 

Abrahams Abraham J. Mrs., h. 7 Rollins 

Abrahams Henry, cigar maker (25 Court, 
Boston), house 11 Watson 

Abroe Mary Ann, widow of Francis, house 
rear 209 Mt. Auburn 

Acheson Henry, laborer, h. 22 Pioneer av. 

Ackerman Frederick H., physician, Hotel 
Brooks [to 

Ackers Hannah Miss, house 21 Sacramen- 

Ackers John L. P., painter, 460 Main, 
house 16 Jay 

Ackers Mehitable Miss, h. 21 Sacramento 

Ackers William H., printer Riverside 
Press, boards 77 River 

Adam Francis P., b. 9 Lake View avenue 

Adams Adelbert A., agent, house 288£ 
Broadway 

Adams Albert, mason, order box, Lyceum 
Exchange, house 17 Winthrop 

Adams Alexander, blacksmith, 368 Main, 
boards 1 Hampshire 

Adams Alexander L., boards 5 Story 

Adams Ara, blacksmith, bds. 2 Columbia 

Adams Braman B., bookkeeper (144 War- 
ren av., B.), house VSh Wallace 

Adams Caroline M., widow of Reuben A., 
boards 14 Meacham 

Adams Charles, potter, h. Ill Pleasant 

Adams Chas. E., at 139 Broadway, house 
at Medford 

Adams Charles J., deputy jailor and mas- 
ter House of Correction, Thorndike, 
corner Third, house do. 

Adams Chas. O., fireman (P. O., Boston), 
house 16 Upton 

Adams Charles W., bookkeeper (22 Sud- 
bury, B.), house 442 Broadway 

Adams Dean J., at Navy Yard (Charles- 
town), house 102 Thorndike 

Adams Edward F., bookkeeper (39 Frank- 
lin, B. ), house 89 Thorndike 

Adams Frances A. Miss, house 12 Austin 

Adams Frank, candy maker, 282 Broad- 
way 
ADAMS FREEDOM S., Union 
Carpet Beating Co. (228 Cambridge, 
B.),h.5 Union 

Adams George, waiter Memorial Hall 

Adams George B., clerk, 5 and 6 Harvard 
row, boards 10 Shepard 

Adams Harry B., asst. ticket agent F. R. 
R. (Causeway, B.), bds. 2 Walnut av. 

Adams Harry H. (Custom House, B.), 
house 53 Third [way 

Adams James H., teamster, h. 161 Broad- 
Adams John F., clerk (25 Central whf.), 
bds. Mrs. Margaret M. Adams', Pearl 



Adams John P., gas fixtures, 12 Harvard 

row, house 10 Shepard 
Adams John T., laborer, h. 50 Portland 
Adams Joseph M., whalebone-worker (24 

Lincoln, B.), house 4 Tufts 
Adams J. Gedney, bookkeeper, house 

Wallace, near Garden 
Adams Margaret M., widow of John, 

house foot of Pearl 
Adams Mary A., widow of James Q., 

boarding-house, 42 River 
Adams Maurice H., machinist Am. Net 

and Twine Co., h. r. 60£ Cambridge 
Adams Nathan, apothecary, 474 Cam- 
bridge, boards 107 In man 
Adams Nellie W. Miss, house Thorndike, 

corner Third 
Adams Peter, printer Riverside Press, 

house 18 Eliot 
Adams Sophia, wid. of Elihu, b. 9 Chester 
Adams Theodore P., teacher High school, 

house at Boston 
Adams Walter H., hairdresser, 7 Brattle, 

house 78 Magazine 
Adams William, boards 46 Prospect 
Adams William H. Mrs., h. 40 Broadway 
Adams William R. (Adams & Lincoln), 

dry goods, 98 Cambridge, h. 85 Otis 
Adams & Lincoln (William R. Adams and 

Alfred Lincoln), dry goods, 98 Camb. 
A. D. Club, 14 Dunster 
Addison Charles M., student Ep. Theolog- 
ical school, Brattle, house 3 Garden 
Addison Julia H. Mrs., house 3 Garden 
Adelstine John G., cigar-maker, 35 Pearl, 

house 12 Suffolk 
Agassiz Alexander, curator Museum of 

Comparative Zoology H. U. and (19 

Pemberton sq., B), house 36 Quincy 
Agassiz Elizabeth C, widow of Louis, 

house 36 Quincy 
Agassiz George R., student H. U., rooms 

39 Matthews Hall 
Agnew Robert, wood-marker, 35 Gore, 

boards Hotel Cambridge 
Ahearn David, saloon, 32 Cambridge, 

house 29 do. 
Ahearn Dennis, laborer, house 200 Dublin 
Ahearn Dennis, baker, house 45 Amory 
Ahearn Eugene, laborer B. L. & C. R. R., 

house 3 Linnehan block, Third 
Ahearn James, cigar maker, house 50 

Amory 
Ahearn Jeremiah, periodicals, etc., 34 

River, house at Boston 
Ahearn Maurice, laborer, h. 149 Dublin 
Ahearn Maurice, laborer, house 39 Willow 
Ahearn Maurice J., house 35 Orchard 
Ahearn Patrick, cooper, bds. rear 53 Vine 
Ahearn Richard A., blacksmith, 202 North 

avenue, boards 200 Dublin 
Ahearn Thomas, marble-worker, house 41 

Jefferson 
Ahearn Timothy, baker, h. 170 Franklin 
Ahearn, see Ahern, also O'Hearn 
Ahern Michael, brick-layer, house 2 Em- 
mons place 



HARDWARE AMD CUTLERY, 



BURDITT & WILLIAMS, 
Wholesale and Retail. 20 dock square. 



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Ahern, see Ahearn, also O'Hearn 

Aigin Michael, junk dealer,h.l3 Conlon ct. 

Aigin, see Eagan, also Egen 

Aiken Charles H., clerk, 360 Cambridge, 

boards 152 Spring 
Aiken Fred J., milk dealer, b. 152 Spring 
Aiken Hannah Mrs., house 89 Fourth 
Aiken Joseph M. (Aiken & Woodard). 

360 Cambridge, house 152 Spring 
Aiken & Woodard (Joseph M. Aiken and 
Jonas Woodard), charcoal, hay, etc., 
360 Cambridge 
Ainslee Oscar, house 64 Cherry 
Akerman George, machinist, 153 Putnam 

avenue, house 170 do. 
Akerman M. Louise Miss, teacher River- 
side primary school, boards Sumner 
Albee Pico B., boards 40 Holyoke 

AL.BEE S'UMXElt, overseer of the 
poor and attorney at-law (30 Court, 

rooms 13 and 14, B.), house 30 Essex 
Alberts Albert, laborer, house 131 Third 
Alberts Clement P., house 131 Third 
Alberts Frank, laborer, boards 131 Third 
Alberts Thomas, laborer, 92 Main 
Alberty Antonio, carver F. M. Holmes 

Furniture Co., house at Charlestown 
Alden Albert, house 59 Spring 
Alden Ann Mrs., confectionery, etc., 546 

Main, house do. [h. do. 

Alden Carrie A., music teacher, 471 Main, 
Alden Charles A. (181 Broad, B.), boards 

78 Hancock 
Alden Charles W., clerk (9 Bowdoin sq., 

B.), house 289 Pearl 
Alden Fannie L. Miss, music teacher, 

house 471 Main 
Alden Frank G., clerk (167 Congress, B.), 

boards 317 Harvard 
Alden George A., commission merchant, 

rubber and gutta percha(167 Congress, 

B.), house 317 Harvard 
Alden George E., clerk (167 Congress, 

B.), boards 317 Harvard 
Alden George L , mason, h. 29 Pleasant 
Alden Geo. W. A. (W. R. Alden & Son), 

plasterer, boards 19 Hewes 
Alden Louisa M. Mrs., dressmaker, 471 

Main, house do. 
Alden Oliver N., painter U. R. Co., Duus- 

ter 
Alden Sophia D., widow of Elbridge G., 

house 78 Hancock 
Alden Thomas, bookbinder, h. 546 Main 
Alden T. H., driver U. R. Co., boards 29 

Holyoke 
Alden Wm. R. (W. R. Alden & Son), plas- 
terer, house 19 Hewes 
Alden Wm. T., fly-finisher, 162 Broadway, 

house 21 Essex 
Alden W. R. & Son (Wm. R. and Geo. W. 

A. Alden), plasterers and brick-layers, 

19 Hewes 
Aldrich Ambrose, com. mer. (5 Merchants 

row, B.), house 6 Day 
Aldrich Charles F., student H. IL, boards 

378 Harvard 



Aldrich Edwin H., bookkeeper, 243 Broad- 
way, house 120 Austin 

Aldrich Frank, starcb, etc. (35 Broad, B.), 
h. Washington avenue, cor. Arlington 

Aldrich T 'aul F. Mrs., house 57 Green 

Aldrich Richard, student H. U., boards 10 
Frisbee place 

Alexander Abram, crockery and grocer- 
ies, 644 Main, house 112 Green 

Alexander Aroline Mrs., h. 141 Mt Auburn 

Alexander Daniel, laborer, house 93 Elm 

Alexander George E.. trimmer, 162 Broad- 
way, house at Maplewood 

Alexander George W., hostler U. R. Co., 
house at Brighton 

Alexander Giles R., carpenter, house 3 
Rogers block, Main 

Alexander James, machinist, 72 Main, 
boards 9 Broadway 

Alexander James Mrs., h. rear 69 Brattle 

Alexander John, machinist, 17 Main, h. 
96 Columbia [9 Broadway 

Alexander Joseph, machinist, 72 Main. b. 

Alexander J. Scott, police, station 2. house 
520 Main 

Alexander Mary, wid. of Hugh, h. 3 Green 

Alexander Ruth A., widow of George, 
house 4 Rogers block, Main 

Alexander Thomas Mrs., music teacher, 
house 10 Wendell 

Alexander Thomas, printer University 
Press, house 10 Wendell 

AL.GEK ALPHEUS B., lawver (23 
Court, B.). b. E. A. Alger's, Mt. Vernon 
Alger Amanda M., teacher Riverside pri- 
mary school, boards E. A. Alger's, 
Mt. Vernon 
Alger Arthur N., clerk (46 Winter, B.), 
boards E. A. Alger's, Mt. Vernon 

ALGEtt EDWIN A., lawyer (23 
Court. B.), house Mt. Vernon 
Alger Edwin A. jr., lawyer (B.) h. 8 Forest 
Alger Horace Chapin, boards E. A. Al- 
ger's, Mt. Vernon 
Alger Morton, house 33 Sacramento 
Alghieri Simon, soup mnfr., 77 Main, 

house 56 Norfolk 
Allan Alexander, printer (7 Spring lane, 
B.). house 11 Mason [Pearl 

Allan Thomas, machinist, 356 Main, b. 42 
Allan, see Allen, also Allyn 
Allard Charles X., laborer, h. 59 Portland 
Allard Hector, cabinet polisher, 124 Har- 
vard, house 112 do. 
Allard Peter, varnisher, 162 Broadway, 

boards 62 Hastings 
Allard Peter F., laborer, bds. 62 Hastings 
Allard Win. J., teamster, boards 43 Union 
Allcock Joseph, porter, boards 24 Warren 
Allen Albert, waiter Memorial Hall 
Allen Albert F. (Morrill & Allen), steam 
engines, etc., 356 Main, house 250 
Broadway 
Allen Alexander V. G., professor Episco- 
pal Theological School, house Ash, 
corner Brattle [12 Bath 

Allen Alfred, waiter Memorial Hall, rooms 



CARPENTER & BUILDER. 74 Brighton Street, Cambridge, Mass. 



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Allen Alfred M., student H. U., rooms 

30 Stoughton Hall 
Allen Ann, widow of Robert, h. 11 Fifth 
Allen Arthur L., student H. U., rooms 24 

Matthews Hall 
Allen Caleb C, 356 Main, h. 26 Columbia 
Allen Charles C., student H. IL, rooms 10 

Felton building [69 Brattle 

Allen Charles G., clerk (112 State, B.), b. 
Allen Daniel, boilermaker, 92 Main, bds. 

175 Main [10 Tufts 

Allen Edgar H., machinist, 72 Main, house 
Allen Edmund J., painter, house 259 

Broadway [11 College House 

Allen Edward E., student H. U., rooms 
Allen Elizabeth, widow of George S., h. 

Lambert avenue, 6th on right 
Allen Fannie Miss, teacher Otis primary 

school, boards 11 Fifth 
Allen Frank A., Oriental Tea Co. (85 

Court, B.), house 263 Harvard 
Allen Fred. D., prof. H. U., h. 18 Sumner 
Allen Frederick E., machinist, 72 Main, 

boards at Boston 
Allen Frederick H., student H. U., rooms 

26 Dunster 
Allen Gardner W., medical student H. U., 

boards 5 Garden 
Allen George, pressman (18 P. O. sq., B.) 

house 4 Charles River [place 

Allen George, engineer, bds. 3 Riverside 
Allen George A., marble cutter A. McDon- 
ald, boards 10 Brewer 
Allen George H., at 139 Broadway, house 

at Somerville 
Allen George W., expressman, Lyceum 

bldg., Harvard row, h. 3 Appian-way 
Allen Henry G. Mrs., house 14 Ware 
Allen Henry VV., restaurant (27 No. Mar- 
ket, B.J house 29 Suffolk 
Allen Herbert D., clerk, 162 Broadway, 

bds. 227 do. [Franklin 

Allen James, blacksmith, 9 Church, h. 191 
Allen James, clerk, 6 Gore, boards do. 
.Allen James, laborer, house 10 Conlon ct. 
Allen James H., house 116 Inman 
Allen Jeremiah, junk, house 24 Hunting 
Allen Joel A., asst. in Ornithology Muse- 
um of Comparative Zoology, H. U., 

house 79 North avenue 
Allen John E., waiter, Memorial Hall, h. 

20 Flagg [14 Squire's ct. 

Allen John J., box maker, 169 Gore, bds. 
Allen Joseph H.. clergyman and lecturer 

on Ecclesiastical History H. U., house 

5 Garden | Broadway 
Allen J. Addison, provisions, house 259 
Allen Kate A., widow of John C, house 

155 Pearl 
Allen Lavinua T., widow of Webster, h. 

6 River [Austin 
Allen Lydia A., widow of Avery T., h. 56 
Allen Mary, widow of Henry, h. 51 Gore 
Allen Mary, widow of Jonathan, house 7 

William [69 Brattle 

Allen Mary M. Miss, music teacher, house 
Allen Matthew, laborer, house 178 Green 



Allen Nathan L., apothecary, 155 North 
avenue, h. Lambert av., 6th on right 

ALLEN OSCAR F., bookkeeper 
Cambridge Savings Bank, 2 Harvard 
row, house 63 Sacramento 
Allen Richard B., house 53 Oxford 
Allen Robert, glass-cutter, bds. 11 Fifth 
Allen Susan C. Miss, music-teacher, house 
56 Austin [way 

Allen S. G., cabinet-maker, h. 62 Broad- 
Allen Thomas, machinist, 368 Main, bds. 

'40 Pearl 
Allen Thomas Mrs., house 177£ Harvard 
Allen Wilkes, dentist, 69 Brattle, h. do. 
Allen Win. H. B., house 13 Market 
Allen Wm. M., paper ruler (B.), house 189 
Cambridge [Gray's Hall 

Allen Walter S., student H. U., rooms 42 
Allen, see Allan, also Allyn 
Alley Elliot E., upholsterer, house 73 
Thorndike [bds. 17 Upton 

Alley Emma B., teacher Training school, 
Alley W. Frank, traveling salesman, 503 

Main, boards 82 Magazine 
Allison George A., flour (3 Commercial, 

B), house 35 Coggswell avenue 
Allnutt Frederick G., dining-room, 13 Brat- 
tle, house 13 Mellen [61 Hastings 
Allston George, laborer, 168 Main, house 
Allyn Horace A., supt. of Cambridge Gas 
Light Co.'s Works, Third, house 471 
Broadway [471 Broadway 
Allyn Jane, widow of Edwin G., house 
Aliyn Rebecca P. Mrs., house 5 Berkeley 
Allyn Wm. W., surveyor Cummings, Ken- 

ney & Co., house 144 Spring 
Almgren Alexander, polisher, house 94 

Spring 
Almon Andrew B., house 164 Brattle 
Almorth Gustav, telescope maker (B.), h. 
112 Brookline [68 Brookline 

Alphen Garrett, grease collector, house 
Alphen James, laborer John Reardon & 

Sons, house 7 Valentine 
Altemus Howard E., student H. U., rooms 

55 Thayer hall 
Altimas John, baker Almshouse, house 

Tannery, 5th on left 
Altmiller August, tinsmith, h. 83 Sixth 
Ambrose John L., second assistant clerk 
of courts, Court-House, East Cam- 
bridge, house at Somerville 
AMEE BROTHERS (William A. 
Amee), stationery, etc., 5 Harvard sq. 
Amee Ellen, widow of John, h. 891 Main 
Amee John, clerk, 5 Harvard square, bds. 
894 Main [S94 Main 

Amee Lucy A., widow of Jacob, house 
Amee William A. (Amee Bios.), station- 
ery, etc., 5 Harvard sq., bds. 894 Main 
American Net and Twine Co., nets, seines 
and twines, Third, office (43 Commer- 
cial, Boston) 
American Rubber Company, Potter, and 

(59 Franklin, 3.) 
American Steam Safe Works, Geo. L. 
Damon, prop., 17 Main 



SHINGLES, LATHS, LIME, CEMENT, ETC. 

J. G. «& N. G. GOOCU. Western Aienue, Brighton. 13 Bilby Street, Boston. 



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Ames Charles E., driver U. R. Co., house 
Frank, 4th on left 

Ames Henry G., action maker, 139 Broad- 
way, bds. 23 Front 

Ames James Barr, Bussey Prof, of Law H. 
U., house 9 Frisbie place 

Ames John C, sawyer F. M. Holmes Fur- 
niture Co., house at Charlestown 

Ames John G., carpenter, house 23 Front 

Ames Minerva B., widow of Royal B., h. 
45 Sacramento 

Ames Mercy \V. Miss, bookkeeper (16 Ca- 
nal, B.), bds. 13 Perry 

Ames Simon, 139 Broadway, b. 23 Front 

Ames Timothy, house 32 Mellen 

Ammidon Alfred P., clerk (49 Court, B.), 
boards 62 Buckingham 

Ammidou Philip K., treas. Suffolk Paper 
Co. (49 and 51 Court, B.), house 62 
Buckingham 

Ammidon Russell P., salesman (169 Wash- 
ington, B.), boards 62 Buckingham 

Ancient Order of Hibernians, 547 Main 

AM>KKSON ALFRtiD, carpenter, 
18 Soden, house 4 Sands 

Anderson Andrew, laborer, h. r. 5 Eighth 

Anderson Archibald, box maker Hazlett <Sc 
Co., house 7 Second street court 

Anderson Charles, gasman, house 6| South 

Anderson Charles, sale maker, 17 Main. 
house 6 Foster's block, 93 Maiu 

Anderson Charles E., clerk, 8$ Mount Au- 
burn, boards 50 Trowbridge 

Anderson Edward C, clerk, 27 Brighton, 
boards 33 Charles River 

Anderson Elizabeth, widow of Charles, h. 
10 Mount Auburn 

Anderson Ernest S., clerk, 84 Mount Au- 
burn, house 50 Trowbridge 

Anderson Frederic, meat cutter, 169 Gore, 
house rear 2 Ninth [Boston 

Anderson Hans, helper, 17 Main, house at 

Anderson Henry, carpenter, house 431 
Cambridge [Auburn 

Anderson James, bootmaker, h. r. 241 Mt. 

Anderson James jr., carpenter, house 12 
Brewer 

Anderson James, teamster, house 6 South 

Anderson James, carpenter, Palmer, near 
Church, house 15 Brewer 

Anderson Jas., laborer, h. 32 Charles River 

Anderson John, clerk, 5 and 6 Harvard 
row, house 11 Revere 

Anderson John, sate maker, 17 Main, 
house 3 Pelham 

Anderson John, salesman (263 Washing- 
ton, B ), house 6 Antrim 

Anderson John E. (Peak & Anderson), 
slater, foot Charles River, h. 21 Flagg 

Anderson John L., safe maker, 17 Main, 
house 4 Washington 

Anderson Josiah B., jeweler, h. 27 Irving 

Anderson Julius, safe maker, b. 4 Rogers 
block, Washington [18 Wendell 

Anderson Luther S., student H. U., rooms 

Anderson Matthew, carpenter, house 33 
Charles River 



Anderson Matthew, printer University 
Press, h. at West Somerville 

Anderson Peter, carpenter, 153 Putnam 
av., house 161 Pleasant 

Anderson Peter A., cabinet maker, bds. 16 
Harvard [7 Gerry 

Anderson Robt, clerk (150 Court, B. ), h. 

Anderson Stephen, brass molder (33 Haw- 
kins, B), house 72 Spring 

Anderson Scephen jr., mass molder (33 
Hawkins, B.), boards 72 Spring 

Anderson Thos., painter, h. r. 170 Norfolk 

Anderson Wallace, upholsterer, house 265 
Cambridge 

Anderson William, teamster, College whf., 
house 16 Beaver 

Anderson William, printer University 
Press, boards 7 Revere 

Anderson William B., safe-maker, 17 Main, 
house at Melrose [Spring 

Anderson William C, glass cutter, h. 114 

Anderton Geo. I., cabinet-maker Rhoades 
bldg., house at Somerville 

Andrew Anton, varnisher, 162 Broadway, 
house at Koxbury 

Andrew Frank, laborer, h. Second, n. Vine 

Andrews Ardelia A., widow of William H., 
house 7 Day [Weld Hall 

Andrews A. W., student H. U., rooms 40 

Andrews D. Herbert, wrought iron bridg- 
es and roofs, Sixth, cor. Rogers, office 
(13 Pemberton sq., B.), h. at Chelsea 

Andrews Gwinue M., student H. U., rms. 
29 Little's block 

Andrews G. E., clerk (67 Summer, B.), 
boards 23 ^ Broadway 

Andrews Hugh A., student H. U., rooms 
9 Matthews Hall 

Andrews John A., bookbinder, b. 12 Pine 

Andrews John D., case-maker, 162 Broad- 
way, house 2 J3£ do. [mouth 

Andrews Josephus C, teamster, h. 20 Ply- 
Andrews Mary E., teacher private school, 
29 Everett, boards do. 

Andrews Mary E., widow, h. 171 Winsor 

Andrews Robert M., paiuter, 16 Brighton, 
house 33 Charles River 

Andrews Robert R., dentist, 19 Brattle, h. 
834 Main [Cushing 

Andrews Win., gardener, house Lawn, n. 

Andrews William A., piano maker, 624 
Main, house 137 Pearl 

Andros George, 139 Broadway, h. 55 Gore 

Andros Henry S., apothecary, 641 Main, 
house 11 Temple 

Angell Stephen, boiler-maker, 72 Main, 
house 16 14/ Broadway 

Anglin Jas., laborer gas works, h. 43 Banks 

Anglin Michael, laborer gas works, house 
24 Flagg 

Anglin Sarah, widow, house ."4 Portland 

Anuable John F., coffees (12 India, B.), 
house 73 Dana 

Ansell Stephen 11., laborer, house 6 Rog- 
ers block, Washington 

Anshelm John H., shoemaker, 158 Har- 
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Anshelm Louis J., wood printer, house 34 
Hampshire [94 Franklin 

Anthony Annie R., widow of John G., h. 

Anthony John H., teamster, 162 Broad- 
way, rooms 1 Union 

Apel Frederick, currier, house 2 Ninth 

Appleby George A., action-maker, boards 
36 Harvard 

Appleby Mark EL, laborer, h. 36 Harvard 

Appleby William H., at 139 Broadway, 
boards 36 Harvard 

Applegate A. J udson, jeweler, 475 Main, 
house 178 Putnam avenue 

Applegate Charles H., salesman (450 Wash- 
ington, B.), boards 178 Putnam av. 

Appleton Charles T. P., shoes (122 Court, 
Boston), house 57 Dana 

Appleton C. Frank, boots and shoes (13 
Court, B.), h mse 3 Ellsworth avenue 

Appleton Edward, iron worker, 368 Main, 
boards 542 do. 

Appleton Fred., butcher, h. 13 Squire's ct. 

Appleton George W., clerk, 368 Main, 
house 256 Sidney 

Appleton John H., counselor-at-law (23 
Court, Boston), house 361 Harvard 

Appleton Randolph M., student H. IL, 
rooms 31 Beck Hall 

Appleton Warren J., sign painter (292 
Washington, Boston), h. 12 Cottage 

Applin Benjamin Mrs., house 7 Dover 

Applin Clarence S., salesman (27 Sudbury, 
Boston), house 131 North avenue 

APPLIN SUMNMR (Shaw, Applin 
& Co.), furniture manufacturer, 54 

Bridge, and (27 Sudbury, Boston), h. 

131 North avenue 
Apsey William S. Rev., pastor North Cam 

bridge Baptist Society, h. 11 Coggs- 

well avenue 
Apthorp Harrison O., h. 17 Putnam av. 
Ap thorp Harrison O. jr., b. 17 Putnam av. 
Apthorp John V., clerk X. Y. & N. E. R. 

R., boards 17 Putnam avenue 
Arakelyan Jacob J., printer Riverside 

Press, house 9 Park 
Archambeau Alfred, kindling wood, 13 

Brightou, house 64 Sacramento 
Archer Ellen M. H. Mrs., copyist, Otis, 

corner Second, boards 62 Thorndike 
Archibald Robert, blacksmith, house rear 

12S Gore 
Arey Almira C, widow of David B, boards 

7 Howard 
Arey Reuben, leather (39 High, B ), house 

Washington avenue, near Arlington 
Arkerson Albeit, rope maker, 12 Park, 

house do. [boards do. 

Arkerson Albert L., rope maker, 12 Park, 
Arkerson Francis, rope maker, house 88 

Webster avenue 
Arkerson Geo. W., bookkeeper (53 Dev- 
onshire, B.), house 87| Putnam av. 
Arkerson John, laborer, house 10 Willard 

court 
Arkerson Leonard, rope mnfr. (Western 

avenue, Brighton), house 85 River 



Arkerson Stephen A., boards 12 Park 
Arkerson Wm. H.,rope maker, h. 85 River 
Armour Thomas, operator Bell Telephone 

Co., Middlesex Court House, Third, 

boards at Charlestown 
Armstrong Anna Mrs., h. 112 Magazine 
Armstrong Charles (Armstrong & Co.), 

Riverside Press, house at Allston 
Armstrong Frank J., at 139 Broadway, 

boards 76 Spring 
Armstrong Henrietta Mrs., h. 464 Main 
Armstrong Henry H., clerk (87 Summer, 

Boston), boards 56 Trowbridge 
Armstrong Henry V., polisher, 624 Main, 

house 6 Fairmont avenue 
Armstrong Irving, janitor Riverside school, 

house 9 Cowperthwaite 
Armstrong Jas., laborer, h. 21 Valentine 
Armstrong James, tinsmith, b. 512 Main 
Armstrong Jane, wid. of James, h. 25 Mill 
Armstrong Mary Brookings, widow of 

Rev. James, house 9 William 
Armstrong Osmon S., bookbinder River- 
side Press, house 56 Trowbridge 
Armstrong Samuel W., driver U. R. Co., 

house 39 Blackstone 
Armstrong William, marble worker, house 

6 Chestnut Park 
Armstrong & Co.. (Charles Armstrong), 

lithographers Riverside Press 
Arnaud Wm. S., superintendent P. 0.,611 

Main, hou-e 41 Hamilton 
Arno John, grocer, 46 Auburn, house 31 

Brookline 
Arnold Alfred C, 

10 Frisbie place 
Arnold Frank J., clerk (13 Otis, Boston), 

boards 5 Park 
Arnold George, nurse, house 46 North av. 
Arnold George A., asst. Librarian Law 

School H. IL, house 713 Cambridge 
Arnold George B., teamster, h. 12 Eighth 
Arnold George F., assistant in library H. 

U., house 3 James 
Arnold Gilbert C, clerk (B.), bds. 5 Park 
Arnold Horace D., student EL U., boards 6 

Mount Auburn 
Arnold James L., furniture repairer, 511 

Main, boards 514 do. 
Arnold Jane Miss, dressmaker, house 94 

Auburn 
Arnold John H., Librarian Law School 

H. IL, house 10 Frisbie place 
Arnold Joseph O., sawyer, Rhoades build- 
ing, boards 7 Salem 
Arnold Joseph W., salesman (123 Pearl, 

Boston), house 5 Park 
Arnold Margaret Miss, nurse, h. 94 Auburn 
Arnold Samuel S., leather (16 Matthews, 

Boston), house 741 Main 
Arnold Thomas, carpent* r, house 7 Salem 
Artesani Alfred, shoemaker, Harvard 

square, house 28 Fairmont avenue 
Arthur Geo. F., laborer, h. 41 Hampshire 
Ash Charles W., yard-master Boston & 

Lowell R. R., house at Boston 
Ash James, plasterer, boards 76 Elm 



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Ash Joseph, in slipper factory, 37 Clark, 
house at Boston 

Ash Mary, widow of James, house 76 Elm 

Ash Richard, fly finisher, 162 Broadway, 
house at Chelsea 

Ash Samuel T., mill hand, 162 Broadway 
boards 13 Fourth 

Ashbee Alonzo, action maker, 162 Broad- 
way, house at Woburn 

Ashbee Walter I., reed maker, 162 Broad- 
way, house at Woburn 

Ashburner Anne Miss, house 71 Kirkland 

Ashcroft John F., slipper maker, boards 
12 Austin [tin 

Ashcroft Mary, wid. of Joseph, h. 12 Aus- 

Ashton Henry B., brush maker (43 Haver- 
hill, B. ), house 145 Spring 

Aspinwall William H., student H. XL, 
rooms 32 Gray's Hall, [39 Essex 

Athearn Lydia R, widow of James F., h. 

Athearn Susan F., teacher Harvard Gram- 
mar school, boards 39 Essex 

Atherton Adams H., cooper, house rear 
166 Cambridge 

Atherton Charles H., book-finisher River- 
side bindery, boards 56 Fairmont 

Atherton Lewis B., painter B. & L. R. R. 
shop, house 124 Spring 

Atherton Mary J., widow of Charles, h. 
56 Fairmont 

Atherton Walter, student H. U., rooms 17 
Holyoke House 

Atkin Daniel, carriage-maker, 232 North 
avenue, house at Arlington 

Atkins Charles, paper-hanger, 453£ Main, 
house 12 Hancock 

Atkins Emelie E. Mrs., dressmaker, 563 
Main, house do. 

Atkins Walter D., dry-pressman Riverside 
Press, h. 2 Symonds bl>ck, DeWolf 

Atkins William, carpenter, house 85 (iore 

Atkinson Andrew, porter (B.J, h. 1 Village 

Atkinson Henry M., student H. U., rooms 
6 Hoi worthy [River 

Atkinson John S. (88 Purchase, B.), h. 71 

Atkinson Kinsman, clergyman, house 10 
Appian-way 

Atkinson Leonard W., medical student, 
boards 10 Appian-way 

Atkinson William, laborer, 162 Broadway, 
house 420 Cambridge 

Attner Thomas F., clerk (16 Oliver, B.), 
boards 4 Sidney 

Attner Thomas G., tailor (28 Temple pi., 
B.), house 4 Sidney [ton 

Attwill Richard I., reporter, bds. 6 Hamil- 

Atwater George W., driver U. R. Co., bds. 

5 South 

Atwood Benjamin F., bookkeeper (45 

Avon, B.), house 5 Chester 
Atwood Charles H., ticket-master, B., L. 

6 C. R. R., house 133 Otis 

ATWOOD DAVID, oysters (32 Fan- 
euil Hall sq , B.), house 74 Allston 
Atwood Ephraim, house 25 Clinton 
Atwood John H., student H. U.. rooms 61 
College House 



Atwood Josiah C, clerk (32| Faneuil Hall 

sq., B.), boards 74 Allston 
Atwood Julius W., student Epis. Theo. 

School, Brattle 
Atwood Luther, student H. U., rooms 3 

College House 
Auger Edward D., varnisher, 203 Bridge, 

house at South Boston 
Austin Bridget, widow of James, house 6 

Chestnut Park 

AUSTIN CHARLES A., brush 
maker (96 nigh, B.), house 24 Sixth 
Austin Charles H. , brush finisher (96 High, 

B.). boards 24 Sixth 
Austin George H.. salesman (92 Franklin, 

B.), boards 125 Austin 
Austin George L., physician, h. 9 Wendell 
Austin George M., bookkeeper, boards 196 

Pearl [30 Winter 

Austin Julia, widow of Alexander, house 
Austin Nathan N., foreman John Reardon 

6 Sons, Waverly. house 196 Pearl 
Austin Richard T. Mrs., h. 21 Linnaean 
Austin Robert, book agent, bds. 57 River 
Austin Thomas, laborer, house 230 Bridge 
Authier Alphonse, clerk, 193 North ave- 
nue, boards do. 

Authier Joseph O.. billiard hall, 193 North 

avenue, boards do. 
Averell Leonard M., whiting, etc. (64 

Broad, B.), house 23 Prince 
Averill Andrew P., student H. U., rooms 

7 College House 

Averill John, laborer, h. r. 91 Tremont 
Averle Catherine Mrs., house Eighth, near 

Spring 
Averle Henry W., salesman (B. ), boards 

Mrs. Catherine Averle's, Eighth 
Averle John, cooper, boards Mrs. Cath- 
erine Averle's, Eighth 
Averle Phillip, salesman (B.), boards Mrs. 

Catherine Averle's, Eighth 
Avers Joseph, cabinet maker F. M. Holmes 

Furniture Co., house 33 Spring 
Avery Abigail, widow of Silas, house 49 

North avenue 
Avery Ella Mrs., teacher Lassell primary 

school, boards 3 Sixth 
Avery Frank G., packer, bds. 146 Charles 
Avery John, gate tender J. P. Squire & 

Co., house 32 Broadway [av- 

Avery J. Wallace, produce, h. 220 Putnam 
Avery Nicholas F., rubber-worker, house 

6 Green [Green 

Avery William, rubber-worker, boards 6 
Avrill Joseph, carpenter, h. 114 Norfolk 
Axtell Edward, porter, h. 8£ Houghton 
Axtman John, brass-finisher, house rear 

46 Spring 
Axtman John L., wood turner (B.), house 

77 Third 
Ayer Clarence W., student H. XL, rooms 

11 Hollis Hall 
Ayer Olive Mrs., house 7 Dover 
Ayers Andrew J., engineer Cambridge 

Laundry, house 141 Franklin 
Ayers Ann, widow of Wm., house 106 Otis 



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Ayers Catherine, widow, house 65 Elm 
Ayers George F., student H. U., rooms 56 

Matthews Hall 
Ayers Theresa Mrs., house 13 Fourth 
Ayers Thomas, carver, house rear 50 Fifth 
Ayers Wm. F., cabinet-maker, h. 106 Otis 
Aylward James, liquors, 6 Gore, house do. 
Aylward Richard, bar-tender, h. 449 Cam- 
bridge 
Aylward Wm. J., carpenter, h. 39 Harvey 
Ay res Frank H., clerk, 904 Main, boards 
105 Oxford 

AYRES ISAAC H., livery stable, 
904 Main, house 105 Oxford 
Ayres Isaac H. jr., commercial traveler 
(459 Washington, B.), bds. 105 Oxford 
Ayres Thomas A., cutter (400 Washington, 
B.), boards 105 Oxford 

BA ALACK AVID, mechanical engineer, 
604 Main 

Babbitt Albert, bronzer (791 Tremont, B.), 
house 105 Prospect 

Babbitt Angell B., student H.U., rooms 
52 College House 

Babbitt Charles A., turner, 162 Broadway, 
boards 87 Moore 

Babbitt Edward A., wood-turner, boards 
87 Moore 

Babbitt Maria P. Mrs., house 16 Wendell 

Babcock Frank H.. supt. varnish factory 
(Allston), house 53 Green 

Babcock Georgiana Mrs., dressmaker, 20 
Pearl, house do. 

Babcock James W., student H. U., rooms 
27 Hollis Hall 

Babcock John, copal varnish manufactur- 
er (2 Liberty sq., B.), house 21 In man 

Babcock John M. L. Rev., printer Uni- 
versity Press, house 53 Holyoke 

Babcock Lysander F., varnish manufac- 
turer (2 Liberty sq., B. ), h. 132 Austin 

Bachelder Thos. C, student H. U., rooms 
16 Hollis Hall 

Bachelder, see Batch elder 

Bachmann Herrmann, lager beer, 56 Cam- 
bridge, house do. [Vine 

Bachmann John, at 139 Broadway, h. 26 

Bachoff John, currier, h. Clif ton, n. Harvey 

Backus Edward F., electrician, h. 37 Ash 

Backus Georgiana L. Miss, teacher Felton 
primary school, h. rear 255 Broadway 

Backus Jane G., widow of George P., h. 
rear 255 Broadway 

Bacon Annie Mrs., house 47 Gore 

Bacon Charles E., clerk (B.), boards 158 
Thorndike 

Bacon Charles F., student H. U., rooms 
14 Ware [12 Weld Hall 

Bacon Francis McN". , student H. U., rms. 

Bacon Henry A. Mrs., h. 116 Thorndike 

Bacon James H., student H. U., rooms 25 
Weld Hall 

Bacon James P., reporter Boston Daily 
Advertiser (27 Court, B.), h. 92 Inman 

Bacon James S., porter B. & A. R. R. (B.), 
house 2 Essex court 



Bacon John D., tailor, house 20 Elm 
Bacon John F.. watchmaker, 9 Harvard 

row, boards at Somerville 
Bacon John G., carriage-painler, Church, 

corner Palmer, house 19 Wallace 
Bacon Leonard, city lamplighter, house 

158 Thorndike 
Bacon Leonard R., weigher W. T. Rich- 
ardson & Co., foot Dunster, house at 

West Somerville 
Bacon Lucy A., wid. of Warren, h. 17 Lee 
Bacon Maria J. Miss, teacher Gore pri- 
mary school, boards 116 Thorndike 
Bacon M. Clinton (W. T. Richardson & 

Co., College wharf, foot Dunster, h. 

Orchard, near Chester, Somerville 
Bacon Walter F., gents' furnishing goods, 

571 Main, house 27 Lee [Ware 

Bacon William F., student H. U., rms. 14 
Badger Wm. C. (Daniels, Badger & Co.), 

furniture mnfr., Woodbury building, 

Otis, house at Boston 
Badger William H., organ-finisher, 624 

Main, house at Reading 
Baer John, saloon, 63 Sixth, house do. 
Baggs Charles H., student Epis. Theo. 

Sch., Brattle, rms. 17 Lawrence Hall 

BAG LEY BRIDGET A., fruit 
and confectionery, 24 Brighton, house 

22 Brewer 
Bagley Cornelius, laborer, house Reed, 

corner Belmont 
Bagley Hugh, pressman University Press, 

boards 22 Brewer 
Bagley Joanna, wid. of Owen, h. 22Brewer 
Bagley John A., pressman, b. 22 Brewer 
Bagley Mary, widow, house 158 Green 
Bagley Mary A., widow of John, house 

133 Webster avenue 
Bagley Michael, dry pressman University 

Press, boards 22 Brewer 
Bagnall Isaac T., student Epis. Theo. 

School, Brattle 
Bailey Augustus, teamster, house 21 South 
Bailey Albert D., engineer B. L. & C. R. 

R., house 93 Thorndike 
Bailey Alfred, mason, house Waverly, 

east of Fort Washington 
Bailey Alfred J., letter-carrier P. O. (B.), 

boards 31 Front 
Bailey C. IL, artist Riverside Press 
Bailey Frank E., clerk, 29 Brattle, boards 

Brewer's block, Brattle square 
Bailey Henry, painter (440 Tremont, B.), 

house 31 Front 
Bailey Henry, teacher (259 Boylston, B.), 

boards 16 Trowbridge 
Bailey Isaiah, mason, house 'Waverly, 

next corner Putnam avenue 
Bailey Jacob L., stoves, furniture, etc., 

67 Cambridge, house 39 Second 
Bailey James, house 177 Main 
Bailey John R., vinegar maker, 75 Main, 

house 10 Union 
Bailey Levi L., upholsterer, old depot, 

Porter's station, b. at W. Somerville 
Bailey Lucius F., boards 10 Union 



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Bailey Maria, wid. of Lewis, h. 5 Elmer 
Bailey Martha, widow of John F., house 

3 Foster's block, 87 Main 
Bailey Oakley H., maps (13 Franklin, B.), 

house 83 Inman 
Bailey Rishton T., inner sole mnfr. (370 

Atlantic avenue, B.), h. 320 North av. 
Bailey Samuel W., clerk, 67 Cambridge, 

house 39 Second 
Bailey Stephen A., student H. U., rooms 

40 College House 
Bailey Theodore A., tinman, 153 Putnam 

av., h. Waverly, next cor. Putnam av. 
Bailey Thomas B.. bookkeeper (95 Milk, 

B.), boards 60 Brattle 
Bailey William, watchman B. L. & C. R. 

R., house 5 Leighton court 
Bailey William R., engineer, 75 Main, h. 

10 Union 
Bailey William Silas, clerk, 67 Cambridge, 

boards 39 Second 
Bailey, see Bayley 

Baird James, laborer, house 48 Harding 
Baird, see Beard 

Baker Albert S., h. 236 Putnam avenue 
Baker Alfred, brush-maker (B.), house 

rear 41 Reed 
Bakpr Alfred F., painter, h. 2 Columbia 
Baker Arven T., engineer Broadway iron 

foundry, house 15 Baldwin 
Baker A. William, harness-maker, 102 

Main, house do. 
Baker Catherine C. Mrs., h. 2 Holmes pi. 
Baker Charles E., foreman of foundry, 

Pelham, house 53 Moore 
Baker Charles L. W., brush-maker, house 

169 Prospect 
Baker Charles R., superintendent, 12 Gore 

house at Maiden 
Baker Charles William, student H. U., 

rooms 1 Little's block 
Baker Edgar P., clerk, 543 Main, h. 1 Pine 
Baker Edward E., iron molder, house 37 

Washington 
Baker Edward H., bookkeeper (17 Con- 
gress, B. ), boards 22 Lake View av. 
Baker Edward T., teamster, h. 71 Sixth 
Baker Edward W., student H. U., rooms 1 

Stoughton Hall 
Baker Elizabeth, widow of Benjamin, 

house 91 Gore 
Baker Elbridge, laborer, house 4 Elmer 
Baker Hannah P. Mrs., h. 20£ Bigelow 
Baker Henry S., telegraph operator, house 

247 Sidney 
Baker James E., student H. XL, rooms 41 

Thayer Hall 
Baker John, engineer, house 13 Spring 
Baker John F., britannia worker, house 

55 Elm 
Baker Lucas L., student H. U., rooms 134 

Austin 
Baker Lydia Miss, boards 6 Perry 
Baker Moore, house 2 Cherry 
Baker Nathan W., salt (48 Long wharf, 

Boston), boards 22 Lake View avenue 
Baker Nath'l, teamster (B.), h. 239 Main 



Baker Nicholas, cooper, h. rear 184 Gore 

Baker Osborn H., polisher, 162 Broadway, 
house 19 Pine 

Baker R. N. T.. molder H. M. Bird, Pel- 
ham 

Baker Samuel H., upholsterer, bds. 1 Pine 

Baker Thomas B., ice dealer, h. 18 Gore 

Baker Walter, organ pipe maker, 103 
Gore, boards 91 do. 

Baker Walter W., student Episcopal The- 
ological School, Brattle 

Baker Washington I., traveling agent 
house 15 Green 

Baker William T., boxmaker, b. 91 Gore 

Balch Augusta L. Miss, teacher Board- 
man primary school, bds. 52 Auburn 

Balch Francis E., supt. Memorial dining 
hall, H. U., house 44 Shepard 

Balch Fred. H., asst. superintendent Me- 
morial Hall H. U.. boards 44 Shepard 

Balch George L., janitor Matthews Hall, 
house 47 Mount Auburn 

Balch Israel D., restaurant, 36 Third, 
house 86 Cambridge 

Balch John H., clerk (85 Court, Boston), 
boards 3 Shepard 

Balch Louis L., clerk (2 Liberty square, 
Boston), boards 52 Auburn 

Balch Moses P., watchmaker, 6 Pearl, 
house 52 Auburn 

Balcom Frank M., agent, house 71 Third 

Balcom Oliver, house 184 Cambridge 

Balcom Reuben Mrs., h. 73 Washington 

Balcom Stephen W., boards 771 Main 

Baldrey Stephen, teamster (4 Chatham, 
Boston), house 119 Thorndike 

Baldrey Wm., teamster, b. 119 Thorndike 

Baldwin Benjamin G., clerk, 152 North 
avenue, boards 114 do. 

Baldwin B. Frank, stereotyper Riverside 
Press, boards 342 Broadway 

Baldwin Charles A., student H. IT., rooms 
7 Beck Hall 

Baldwin Charles S. Mrs., h. 70 Franklin 

Baldwin Eugene, traveling salesman (122 
Summer, B.). boards 114 North av. 

Baldwin F. S. Miss, asst. matron House 
of Correction, b. Thorndike, c. Third 

Baldwin Henry A., cabinet maker (Ware- 
ham, Boston), boards 59 Fairmont 

Baldwin James W., produce (114 South 
Market, B.), house 114 North avenue 

Baldwin John, gardener Hovey & Co., 
house 106 Webster avenue 

Baldwin Joseph F., mnfr. and dealer in 
laundry machinery, h. 54 Western av. 

Baldwin Maria L., teacher Agassiz school, 
boards 41 Clark 

Baldwin Mary E., widow of Peter L., 
house 41 Clark 

Baldwin Nicholas, engineer and janitor 
Memorial Hall, rms. 10 Daniels court 

Baldwin Richard, carpenter, house 10 
Daniels court 

Balfe Annie, widow of Patrick, house 26 
Warren 

Balfe Mary, widow of John, b. 18 McCabe 



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Balfe Peter, teamster, house 18 McCabe 
Balfour Jas., baker, 580 Main, h. at Boston 
Balkam Arthur W., plumber, boards Ross 

House 
Ball Calvin S., provisions (3 Union mar- 
ket, Boston), house 18 Pleasant 
Ball Charles F., conductor U. R. Co., 

house Auburn place 
Ball Edward, grocer, Spring, corner 

Fourth, house 92 Fourth 
Ball Edward C, machinist, boards 9 Fifth 
Ball Elijah, house 145 Mount Auburn 
Ball Eliza A. Mrs., house 9 Fifth 
Ball George Mrs., house r. 133 Columbia 
Ball George E., house 145 Mount Auburn 
Ball George M., clerk (9 Chauncy, Boston), 

house 202 Putnam avenue 
Ball Harry P., clerk (127 State, Boston), 

boards 1 Austin 
Ball Henry P., mariner, h. r. 133 Columbia 
Ball James H., clerk (13 Broad, Boston), 

boards 1 Austin 
Ball Jennie Miss, music teacher St. Mary's 

school, boards 92 Fourth 
Ball Joseph G., baker, 601 Main, and 3 

Austin, house 1 do. 
Ball Joseph T., student, boards 92 Fourth 
Ball Moses D., house 188 Green 
Ball Nellie F. Miss, teacher Lassell pri- 
mary school, boards 92 Fourth 
Ball T. Henry, stationer (10 Franklin ave- 
nue. Boston), boards 123 Otis 
Ballam Alexander, laborer, h. 25 DeWolf 
Ballard Joseph, clerk Lyceum building, 
Harvard square, house at Lexington 
Ballaw Laurence, hackman, bds. 75 Elm 
Ballaw Robert, laboror, house 75 Elm 
Balmer Richard, upholsterer, 23 Brattle, 

house 259 Mount Auburn 
Balmer William, horseshoer, 9 Church, 
house 3 Oak 

BALTZLY B. F., photographer, 
Cambridge, corner Prescott, near Me- 
morial Hall, house 6 Sumner 

Bancroft Clarence, student H. XL, rooms 
2 Hollis Hall 

Bancroft Eliza V. Mrs. (Bancroft & Hay- 
ward), 349 Cambridge, house do. 

Bancroft Frederick B., leather (84 High, 
B. ), boards 27 Putnam avenue 

Bancroft Jacob, student H. U., rooms 380 
Harvard 

Bancroft Joel C, express, Somerville ave- 
nue, near Porter's station, boards Por- 
ter's Hotel 

Bancroft John W., steam-fitter, h. 439 
Cambridge 

Bancroft Joseph H., paper-hangings (121 
Hanover, B.), house 380 Harvard 

Bancroft Robert B., renderer (Western 
avenue, B. ), house 7 Kinnaird 

Bancroft Silas A., organist, b. 380 Harvard 

BANCROFT WM, A., lawyer (15 
Pemberton sq., B. ), h. 27 Putnam av. 
Bancroft & Hay ward (Mrs. Eliza V. Ban- 
croft and Miss Elizabeth C. Hay ward), 
fancy goods, 43> Cambridge 



Banfield Thomas E., mason, house rear 

177 Cambridge 
Bang Eliza M., widow, house 84 Winsor 
Bangs Charles A., printer (77 Kilby, B.), 

house 33 Second 
Bansrs Charles W., foreman (65 Fulton, 

B.), house 135 Otis 
Bangs Edward A., student H. U., rooms 

2 Beck Hall 
Bangs Hervey J., conductor B. L. & C. R. 

R., house 13 Third 
Bangs Louise Miss, house 65 Sparks 
Bangs Outram, student H. U., rooms 2 

Beck Hall 
Bangs Sylvanus, clerk (40 North Market, 

B.), house 153 Gore [dock 

Banks John, hostler, 31 Elm, h. 15 Mur- 
Banks Matthew, laborer, rms. 19 Fairmont 
Banks Parker, printer University Press, 

house 150 Mt. Auburn 
Banks Robert C, laborer, h. 19 Fairmont 
Bankson Maria, widow, b. 2 Baldwin pi. 
Bannan James, hostler, Church, house 24 

Dunster 
Bannan James, laborer, house 149 Elm 
Bannan Philip, hostler, Church, house 24 

Dunster 
Bannister George, box-maker, 3 Hamp- 
shire, boards 181 Harvard 
Bannon Frank, varnisher, 162 Broadway, 

house at Boston [land av. 

Baptiste Manuel, laborer, house 3 Low- 
Barber David A., action-maker, 113 Broad- 
way, boards 180 Harvard 
Barber Elizabeth Miss, house 16 Sidney 
Barber Granville S., marker, 502 Main, 

boards 180 Harvard 
Barber Robert, house 180 Harvard 
Barber Robert S., molder H. M. Bird, h. 

180 Harvard 
Barbey Frank A., salesman, 144 Green, 

boards 16 Lincoln 
Barbey Jacob A., baker, house 16 Lincoln 

BARBOUK ALFRED Lu, sec. 
and treas. Cambridge Mutual Fire Ins. 

Co., 555 Main, house at West Newton 
Barbour Charles D., student Epis. Theo. 

School, Brattle 
Barbour Frank H., bookkeeper Shawmut 

National Bank (60 Congress, B.), bds. 

12 Ellery 
Barbour James H., boards 12 Ellery 
Barbour James S. Mrs., house 12 Ellery 
Barbour John N., executor estate of Seth 

Adams (7 Doane, B. ), h. 85 Franklin 
Barbour Walworth O., clerk, 308 Main, 

house 254 Broadway 
Barbour William S., city engineer, office 

City Hall, house 14 Cottage 
Barcelo Raphael J., bookbinder Riverside 

Press, house 41 Somerset 
Barch Valentine, cabinet-maker, house 

133 Webster avenue 
Barden Edmond, plasterer, boards 4 Gore 
Barker Alexander A., gate-keeper rear en- 
trance Mt. Auburn cemetery, house 

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Barker A. C, varnisher, 162 Broadway, 

house at Boston 
Barker Charles E., painter, house 44 Pio- 
neer avenue 
Barker Charles H., confectioner, 602 Main, 

house 34 Brookline 
Barker Daniel N. S., lithographer River- 
side Press, boards 7 Franklin 
Barker Frank N., machinist, boards 112 

Concord avenue 
Barker George L., boards 112 Concord av. 
Barker George T., house 56 Fairmont 
Barker George T. jr., printer (B.), boards 
56 Fairmont [dike 

Barker Henry A., clerk (B.), h. 125 Thorn- 
Barker Hugh T., confectioner (37 Union 

B.), house 11 Watson 
Barker Isaiah, shoemaker, b. 8 Houghton 
Barker James, shoemaker, h. 8 Houghton 
Barker James M., lawyer, 7 Brattle, bds. 

5 Linden 
Barker John, carpenter, h. Avon place 
Barker John, driver, 904 Main, house 261 

Franklin 
Barker Johu J., actor, house rear 41 Clark 
Barker John S., bookbinder Riverside 

Press, house 14 Lake 
Barker Joseph, laborer, h. 186 Hampshire 
Barker Joseph D.,supt. Tudor Ice Co., 

house 112 Concord avenue 
Barker Robert H. M., printer Riverside 

Press, boards 7 Franklin 
Barker Thomas D. Mrs., house 10 Dover 
Barker Thomas J., coffin-maker, 203 

Bridge, house 55 Winter 
Barker Wm. H., laborer, house 5 Vine 
Barker Wm. H., mnfg. jeweler (383 Wash- 
ington, B.), house 11 Rice 
Barker Wm. H. jr., laborer, house 14 Vine 
Barker William R., boards 8 Houghton 
Barker Wm. W. D., upholsterer, boards 
11 Watson [do. 

Barlo John N., baker, 442 Cambridge, b. 
Barlow Archer H., laborer, house 70 Elm 
Barlow George F., student H. U., rooms 
10 Weld Hall [34 Cherry 

Barlow John W., carpenter, 356 Main, h. 
Barnad Felipe, cigar and cigarette mnfr., 

162 Cambridge, house at Somerville 
Barnard Albert E., butcher, 168 Gore, h. 
10 Third [side Press 

Barnard Edward A., lithographer River- 
Barnard George jr., confectioner, house 33 

Washington 
Barnard Lawrence J., confectioner, 243 

Broadway, house 100 Columbia 
Barnard Mary Mrs , nurse, h.33 Washington 
Barnard Rhoda M., widow, h. 211 Columbia 
Barnard Solomon H., clerk (Commercial 
whf., cor. Atlantic av., B.),b. 29 Sidney 
Barnard Thomas L., provision peddler, 

house 65 Ellery 
Barnes Albert M., merchant (11 India, B.), 

house 81 North avenue 
Barnes Augustus Y., porter (Sears bldg., 

199 Washington, B.), h. 22 Blanche 
Barnes Charles, baker, boards 22 Elm 



Barnes Charles L., student H. U., rooms 

47 Thayer Hall 
Barnes David H., clerk, 80 Pleasant, house 

60 Fairmont 
Barnes Edward R., jeweler, bds. 22 Elm 
Barnes Francis, asst. janitor Felton bldg., 

Cambridge, cor. Felton. boards do. 
Barnes George H., conductor U. R. Co., 

boards Frank, 5th on left 
Barnes Geo. W., bookkeeper, 153 Putnam 

avenue, house 95 Chestnut 
Barnes George W., clerk, B., L. & C. R. R. 

freight office, boards 58 Tliorndike 
Barnes Henry E., student H. U., rooms 68 

Thayer Hall 
Barnes James, liquors, etc., junction Cam- 
bridge and Hampshire, h. 24 Antrim 
Barnes James, laborer, h. 6 Flagg st. court 
Barnes John, note teller Merchants Nat. 

Bank (28 State, B.), h. 3lBowdoin 
Barnes Linda B., widow of Asa, house 7 

Lambert avenue 

Barnes Sarah H. Mrs., house 11 Kinnaird 

Barnes T. Howard, engineer and surveyor, 

City Engineer's office, City Hall, house 

at Waltham 

Barnes William, liquors, &c, 134 Prospect 

cor. Hampshire, house at Somerville 
Barnes William, student H. U., rooms 31 

Thayer Hall 
Barnes William W., house 22 Elm 
Barnes WinslowB., grocer, house 22 Elm 
Barnett Alexander, cigar maker (B.), house 

65 Brookline 
Barney Hiram F., boards 138 Cambridge 
Baron Herman A. C, brush maker, house 

9 Portland 
Baron see Barron 
Barr Alexander, house 186 Green 
Barr A. Lyman, tuuer, 162 Broadway, h. 
104 Magazine [8 Walnut court 

Barr David L., printer Riverside Press, b. 
Barr Peter, bookbinder, 8 Walnut ct., h. do. 
Barr Peter A., book finisher Riverside 

Press, boards 18 Mount Auburn 
Barrell James S., master Harvard gram- 
mar school, house 342 Broadway 
Barrett Andrew, laborer, house 2 Suffolk 
liarrett Angeline Miss, boards 14 Lowell 
Barrett Annie Mrs., at Riverside Press, 

boards 11 Valentine 
Barrett Bridget, widow of John, h. 8 North 
Barrett Edward, laborer, house 37 Warren 
Barrett Edward G., sexton (St. Paul's 

church, B.), house 11 Wallace 
Barrett James, gardener Hovey & Co., 

house Line, near Cambridge 
Barrett Johanna, widow of John, house 

7 Lech mere place 
Barrett John, laboror, house 3 Porter 
Barrett Joseph, cigars and confectionery, 

13 Harvard row, rooms do. 
Barrett Michael, laborer, bouse 27 Vine 
B irrett Michael, house 86 Green 
Barrett Michael J., liquors, 241 Cambridge, 

house 243 do. 
Barrett Richard, peddler, house 202 Bridge 



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Barrett Richard Mrs., house 20 North 
Barrett William, driver U. R. Co., boards 

69 Mount Auburn 
Barrington Charles H., drug clerk, 156 

Cambridge, boards 9 Brown 
Barrington Fred. B., florist and gardener, 

Broadway, cor. Hancock, b. 9 Brown 
Barrington Geo. T., constable, 7 Brattle, 

boards 9 Brown 
Barrington Thomas, gardener, h. 9 Brown 
Barron Adam, baker, bds. 3 Rogers block 
Barron John, cooper, boards 48 Fifth 
Barron Thomas E., baker, 8 Rogers block, 

Brewery, house do. 
Barron Wm. A., teamster, h. r. 52 Winsor 
Barron see Baron 

Barrow Jos., laborer, house 117 Spruce 
Barrow Louis, laborer, house rear 41 Reed 
Barrow Mary A., widow of Antoine, house 

105 Spruce 
Barrow Wm., laborer, house r. 34 Charles 
Barrow Wm., laborer, boards 23 Brighton 
Barrows Ansel, house 10 Essex 
Barrows Charles H., student H. U., rooms 

16 Felton building 
Barrows Cyrus A., driver U. R. Co., house 
3 Chapman pi. [h. 10 Essex 

Barrows James E., printer (16Hawley, B.), 
Barrows John, teamster, boards 34 Charles 
Barry Catharine, widow of Matthias, h. 8 

Rogers block, Main 
Barry David, farmer, h. end of Bennet 
Barry David, teamster, house 57 Spruce 
Barry Edward, section hand F. R.R., house 
next to R. R. north of Niles Bros.' 
slaughter-house Concord avenue 
Barry Ellen, wid. of Edward, boards Edw. 

Barry's, rear Wellington 
Barry Henry, grocer, 105 Green, h. do. 
Barry James, laborer, house 24 Porter 
Barry James, laborer, house 12 Short 
Barry James, tuner, 162 Broadway, h. at B. 
Barry Johanna, widow of Dennis, house 

rear 96 Gore 
Barry John, laborer, hi. rear 122 Brookline 
Barry John, laborer, house 24 Porter 
Barry John F., printer (B.), boards 8 Rog- 
ers block, Main [house do. 
Barry John F., variety store, 138 Pleasant, 
Barry John H., painter, bds. 118 Prospect 
Barry Mary, widow of Lawrence, house 

378 Cambridge 
Barry Mary, wid. of James, h. 121 Fourth 
Barry Mary A., widow of William J., house 

133 Thorndike 
Barry Mary E. Miss, bookkeeper, 432 Har- 
vard, boards 1 DeWolf place 
Barry Mary L., widow of John, h. 16 North 
Barry Michael, foreman brass foundry 
(Allen, cor. Brighton, B.). h. 70 Spring 
Barry Michael, plasterer, h. 347 Broadway 
Barry Patrick, carriage washer (B.), house 

17 Carson 
Barry Richard E., brass molder, boards 8 

Rogers block, Main 
Barry Timothy, potato dealer, h. 2 Willow 
Barry William, brass-filer, 368 Main 



Barry William, driver Boston Ice Co., h. 

40 First 
Barry William, laborer, house 44 North 
Barteaux Fred. F., apothecary (93 Green, 

B.), house 304 Harvard 
Barter William H., driver U. R. Co., h. 

8 Emmons place 
Bartlett Bela N., machinist, h. 145 Otis 
Bartlett Daniel, potter, house 18 Sands 
Bartlett Daniel M., confectioner, 602 Main, 

house 178 Hampshire 
Bartlett Edward E., cabinet maker, 

Rhoades bldg., State, h. 207 Harvard 
Bartlett Enoch, driver U. R. Co., boards 

69 Mount Auburn 
Bartlett Francis M., house 121 Oxford 
Bartlett Frank B., candy maker, 282 

Broadway 
Bartlett Frank C, building mover, boards 

61 Plymouth 
Bartlett Frank D., agent, livery stable, 

Bay, corner Green, h. 284 Broadway 
Bartlett Frank W., confectioner, boards 12 

Norfolk 
Bartlett Frederick I., clerk Boston Ice 
Co., Prison Point Bridge, boards at 
Charlestown 
Bartlett Frederick R., student H. U., bds. 

42 Second 
Bartlett George A., asst. professor of Ger- 
man H. U., rooms 27 Beck Hall 
Bartlett George H., art instructor public 
schools (studio, 12 Pemberton sq., B.), 
house 17 Ellsworth avenue 
Bartlett Henry, student H. U., rooms 10 

College House 
Bartlett Horace S., apothecary, 452 Har- 
vard, house 6 Story [Winsor 
Bartlett James, driver, 33 Elm, h. 130 
Bartlett John (Little, Brown & Co.), 
bookseller and publisher (254 Wash- 
ington, B.), house 165 Brattle 
Bartlett John A., sawyer, 624 Main, house 

21 Decatur 
Bartlett John T., janitor Little's block, 

Harvard square, house do. 
Bartlett J. Gardner, printer (34 School, 
B.), house 9 Park [55 Essex 

Bartlett Mary H., widow of David C, h. 
Bartlett Milton H, lawyer, bds. 14 Dana 
Bartlett Samuel O., letter carrier E. Cam- 
bridge P. O., house 149 Cambridge 
Bartlett Sophronia, widow, rooms 23 Wil- 
liam 
Bartlett Stephen S., student H. U., rooms 

19 Felton building 
Bartlett S. O. Mrs., music teacher, 149 

Cambridge, house do. 
Bartlett Thomas E., merchant, h. 42 Second 
Bartlett Wilder, candy maker, 282 Broad- 
way [h. 6 Sidney 
Bartley Thomas, blacksmith, 368 Main, 
Bartou Clarence E., clerk, 168 Gore, house 

163 Cambridge 
Barton Fred Otis, boards 14 Dana 
Barton Otis, dry goods ( Manchester, N.H.), 
house 14 Dana 



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Bascora William B., bookkeeper (40 State, 

room 8. B.), house 183 Main 
Bass Jonathan H., boot maker, 23 Third, 
house 101 Sixth [Plymouth 

Bassett Charles A., expressman, house 20 
Bassett E.. machinist, 72 Main 
Bassett Henry, student Episcopal Theo- 
logical School, Brattle, rooms 14 
Lawrence Hall 
Bassett Horace, traveling agent J. P. 
Squire & Co. (St. Louis, Mo.), house 
11 Lake View avenue 
Bassett Joseph, action maker, 162 Broad- 
way, house 6 Essex [avenue 
Bassett Theophilus, boards 11 Lake View 
Batchelder Charles F., student Scientific 

school H. U., rooms 7 Kirkland 
Batchelder Charles H., wood molder. First, 
cor. Thorndike, boards 119 Cambridge 
Batchelder Elbridge A. H., baggage ex- 
press (Eastern R. R., B.), house 131 
Franklin 
Batchelder Fifield S. (301 Washington, 

B.), house 46 Pearl 
Batchelder Frank E., clerk (172 State, B.), 

boards 3 Walnut avenue 
Batcbelder Ferdinand W., student H. U., 

rooms 36 North avenue 
Batchelder John G., foreman of bindery, 

105 Magazine, house 22 Prince 
Batchelder John M., civil engineer, house 

3 Divinity avenue 
Batchelder Joseph, driver J. H. Eames, 

room 8 30 Pearl 
Batchelder Julia A., widow, h. 22 Prince 
Batchelder Samuel, counselor, 15 Brattle, 

house 8 Hilliard 
Batchelder Samuel D., clerk (Boston P. 

O.), house 248 Harvard 
Batchelder Samuel H., silver plater (B.), 

house 40 Third 
Batchelder Susan C. Mrs., h. 7 Kirkland 
Batchelder William A., baggage express 

(E. R. R.. B.), boards 131 Franklin 
Batchelder William F., policeman station 

2, house 3 Worcester 
Batchelder, see Bachelder 
Bate Charles H., printer, house Avon Hill, 

corner Avon place 
Bateman Eliza G., widow of William, h. 

Holworthy, opp. Corlett school 
Bateman Wm. H., cabinet maker (Charles- 
town), house 33 Cambridge 
Bateman Wm. R., wool broker (22 Broad, 
B.), boards Eliza G. Bateman's, Hol- 
worthy 
Bates Benjamin E., student H. TJ., rooms 
57 Thayer Hall [Fairmont 

Bates Benj. F., brass finisher (B.), h. 18 
Bates Benj. F. jr., engineer and surveyor, 
City Engineer's office, City Hall, bds. 
20 Fairmont [56 Dana 

Bates Charles, clerk (27 Winter, B.), house 
Bates Charles P., clerk Brattle square Ho- 
tel, 32 and 34 Brattle, boards do. 
Bates Edward, plumber, 12 Pearl, rooms 
82 Green 



Bates Edward B., clerk, 550 Main, boards 
11 Norfolk 

Bates Edward W., book-binder Riverside 
Press 

Bates Eliza Mrs.; house 10 Ellery 

Bates Erastus C, billiard room, 521 Main, 
house 145 Washington 

Bates Esther A., widow of Wm. 2d, house 
45 Brattle 

Bates Fletcher, bookkeeper Traders Na- 
tional Bank (91 State, Boston), house 
10 Ellery 

Bates George, receiver TJ. R. Co., Harvard 
square, boards 24 Shepard 

Bates George, action maker, 113 Broad- 
way, rooms 8 Upton 

Bates George W., machinist Boston Bridge 
Works, Sixth, house 11 Norfolk 

Bates Harry H., clerk (77 Summer, Bos- 
ton), boards 24 Shepard 

Bates Henry, brass finisher (Boston), 
boards 18 Fairmont 

Bates James E., lawyer (19 TremontRow, 
Boston), boards 19 Church 

Bates James V. Mrs., house 19 Church 

Bates John S., house 24 Shepard 

Bates Walter, machinist, bds. 33 Pioneer 

Bates William, mason, boards 24 Shepard 

Bates Wm. H., sexton Lee street church, 
and janitor Harvard grammar school, 
house 33 Lee 

Batten Loren W., student H. TJ., rooms 66 
College House 

Batteux F. Wm., artist, house 28 Cherry 

Battis Leonard, house 13 Jay 

BAU3IEISTER AUGUSTUS, 
plumber, Palmer, near Brattle, house 
8 Charles River 

Baumeister Augustus J., plumber. Palm- 
er, near Brattle, boards 19 Park 

Bawltrun Octave, brickmaker, house Vas- 
sal lane 

Baxter David N., student H. U., rooms 20 
Prescott 

Baxter Frank S.,confectioner,b. 130 Spring 

Baxter George, stone-cutter, boards 56 
Second 

Baxter Horace, flour (182 State, Boston), 
house 28 Russell 

Baxter John A. jr., driver, 502 Main, 
boards 38 Pearl 

Baxter Robert, house 168 Hampshire 

Bay State Brick Co., brick mnfrs., rear 
124 Spruce, office (5 Pemberton sq., 
B.) 

Bayard Roland R., harness maker, 570 
Main, boards 75 Franklin 

Bay ley Augustus R. (A. R. Bayley & Co.),. 
apothecary, 607 Main, and (Bayley & 
Richardson). 32 River, h. 133 Austin 

Bayley A. R. & Co. (Augustus R. Bayley 
and Horatio S. Richardson), apothe- 
caries, 607 Main 

Bayley Frank A., clerk (27 Broad, Bos- 
ton), house 133 Austin 

Bayley Stephen, carriage trimmer, house 
37 Putnam avenue 



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Bayley & Richardson (Augustus R. Bay- 
ley and Horatio S. Richardson), apoth- 
ecaries, 82 River 

Bayley, see Bailey 

Baylies Walter C, student H. U., rooms 
24 Beck Hall 

Bazue John, in slipper factory, 37 Clark 
house at Boston 

Beach Burpee, blacksmith, Mount Au- 
burn cemetery, house Huron 

Beal A. E., conductor U. R. Co. 

Beal Josiah, mariner, house 154 Green 

Beal Sophia, wid. of David, h. 106 Auburn 

Beale Joseph H.,studeut H. U., rooms 8 
Thayer Hall 

Beals Albert, conductor U. R. Co., house 
434 Cambridge 

Beals George W., student H. U., rooms 32 
Thayer Hall 

Beals William, decorator (68 Pitts, Bos- 
ton), house 94 Prospect 

Beaman Harry (^, student H. U., rooms 9 
Felton building 

Bean James S., peddler, house 149 Winsor 

Bean John, cigars and tobacco, 149 Win- 
sor, house do. 

Bean John C, pattern maker, 72 Main,, 
house 6 Tufts 

Bean Karl A., student H. U., rooms 45 
Holyoke House 

BEANE ENOCH, provisions and 
fish, 908 Main, house 6 Trowbridge 
Beane George A., clerk, 908 Main, house 
49 Trowbridge 

Bear John, lager beer, 63 Sixth,, house do. 

Bearce, C. M., fly finisher, 162 Broadway, 
house at Somerville 

Beard Edward L , manager of N. Y. Asso- 
ciated Press (107 State, Boston), house 
22 Arlington 

Beard Luke, patent thill coupling springs 
(63 Court, B.), house 75 Hubbard av; 

Beard, see Baird 

Beardsley Charles H., painter, boards 223 
Broadway 

Bearse Benjamin, fireman, 502 Main 

Bearse David H., restaurant (28 Commer- 
cial, Boston), "boards 65 North avenue 

Bearse Nim, hostler U. R. Co., house Bel- 
mont, corner Montgomery 

Beattie Catherine.wid. of Thos., h. 47 Vine 

Beattie John, carpenter, h.6 Berkshire pi. 

Beattie Robert W., baggage-master, B. L. 
& C. R. R., house 69 Spring 

Beattie William, laborer, 124 Harvard, 
house 15 Walnut court 

Beattie William jr., printer, 105 Magazine, 
boards 15 Walnut court 

Beattie William J. H., expressman, house 
104 Norfolk 

Beaudet Ernest P., organ maker, 624 Main, 
boards 172 Hampshire 

Beaudet John, organ maker, 624 Main, 
house 172 Hampshire 

Beaudet, see Burditt 

Beaumont Harvey D., carpenter, house 
rear 27 Webster avenue 



Beauvais Antoine, brickmaker, house Clif- 
ton, near Spruce 
Beavon Solomon, laborer, h. 105 Portland 
Bebo Joseph, laborer, house 117 Spruce 
Beck Charles F , traveling salesman, 565 

Main, boards 8 Watson 
Beck Elizabeth C, widow of Tobias, house 

8 Watson 
Beck George S., clerk, 568 Main, boards 8 
Watson [New 

Beck John P., laborer, h. Concord av., c. 
Beck Joseph, teamster F. Geldowsky Fur- 
niture Co., house at Somerville 
Beck Sarah P. Miss, house 2 Gerry 
Becker Frank, greenhouse and florist, 
Cambridge, cor. Presoott, and janitor 
Beck Hall, Main, c. Quincy sq., h. do. 
Becker Fred. C, asst. janitor Beck Hall, 

boards do. 
Beckett Joseph R., foreman bindery Riv- 
erside Press, house 91 Putnam avenue 
Beckett Richard, house 11 Broadway 
Beckett Wm. J., laborer, house 5 Sparks 
Beckett Wm. J. jr., bookbinder Riverside 

Press, boards 5 Sparks 
Beckwith Loring E., lecturer and teacher, 

house 353 Harvard 
Beckwith Susan Miss, millinery, 350 

Broadway, house do. 
Bedell Daniel, grocer, 371 Main, house 101 

Washington 
Bedell John H. F., cabinet-maker, 348 

Main, boards 101 Washington 
Bedell Phalan H., teamster, 371 Main, bds. 
101 Washington [Avon 

Beebe Lydia A., widow of Smith M., h. 7 
Bt-edee Peter, laborer, h. rear 125 Third 
Beedle Melville C, carpenter, Palmer, n. 

Church, house 13 Brewer 
Beers Hiram S., printer (4 Williams court, 

B.), house 24 Howard 
Belcher Almira Mrs., bonnet bleachery, 

193* North avenue, house do. 
Belcher Arthur A., gas-fitter, 12 Harvard 

row, boards 18 Ash 
Belcher Catherine Mrs., house 99 Green 
Belcher Charles E., steam-fitter (69 Kilby, 

B.), boards 473 Main 

Belcher Edward F., police station 1, house 

10 Acacia [473 do. 

Belcher George G., painter, 519 Main, h. 

Belcher George W., safe painter, 17 Main, 

house 6 Lamson place 
Belcher Henry, hostler J. A. Wellington, 

house 1 Fifth 
Belcher Hilos C, teamster (24 Canal, B.), 
house 193£ North av. [Spruce 

Belcher Jacob, teamster, 211 Bridge, b. 52 
Belcher Joel B., teamster, bds. 42 Austin 
Belcher John E., telephone office (B.), h. 

9 Gerry [Spruce 1 

Belcher Joseph, teamster, 211 Bridge, b. 52 I 
Belcher Joseph W., molder H. M. Bird, 

house 3 Village • 

Belcher Lewis, clerk, bds. 193^ North av. 
Belding Sumner, bookbinder Riverside 
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Bell Andrew, foreman American Steam 
Safe Works, 17 Main, h. at Chelsea 

Bell Christina, widow, house 49 Harvard 

Bell Frederick, ship-broker (193 Atlantic 
avenue. B. ;, house 106 Winsor 

Bell Geo H. S. Rev., pa>tor Rush Union 
A. M. E. Zion chapel, 45b Main, house 
Ericsson court 

Bell Henry A., cook, house 104 Harvard 

Bell Marin, widow, house 37 Hampshire 

Bell Richard, porter, house 27 Brewery 

Bell Sam'l H., printer (B ), h. Ericsson ct. 

Bell Telephone Co., Middlesex Court- 
house, room 1, Third, main office (40 
Pearl, Boston) 

Bell William. lithographer Riverside Press, 
house at Boston 

Bell William, horse shoer, 202 North ave- 
nue, house 25 Walden 

Bell William A., brush-maker, 2 Gore, h. 
rear 102 Spring 

Bellis William J., mason, order box 196 
North avenue, house 29 Bolton 

Belluche Andrew, carpenter, h. 14 Magee 

Belluche John, laborer Riverside Press, 
house 168 Putnam avenue 

Belshaw Charles M.,sfudent EL U., rms. 

8 Matthews Hall 

Bemis Drucilla D. Mrs., dressmaker, 77 

River, house do. 
Bemis Emery, house 158 Mt. Auburn 
Bemis Emery jr., leaf tobacco (32 Central 

wharf, B.), house 158 Mt. Auburn 
Bemis Frederick G., student H. U., rooms 

20 Gray's Hall 
Bemis John H., clerk, 621 Main, house at 

Allston 
Bemis John W., student H. U., boards 

Jonathan W. Bemis', Walker 
Bemis Jonathan W., physician, house 

Walker, corner Shepard 
Bemis Margaret, widow of Abraham, h. 

rear 118 Fourth 
Bemis Richard, laborer, h. 118 Fourth 
Benard Joseph H., glass-bloT»er, house 

458 Cambridge 
Bendelari George A. C, Instructor in 

Modern Languages H. U., rooms 5 

College House 
Bengtson Pehr, printer, house 3 Seckel 
Benham George A., student H. U., rooms 

9 Gray's Hall 

Benner Albert S., nurse, 158 Mt. Auburn 
Eenner Miles A., driver M. Fairbanks & 

Co. (Howard, B.), house 24 Upton 
Bennet Charles H.. car builder B. & A. 

repair shop (Allston), h. 8 Rockwell 
Bennet Charles H. jr., car builder B. & A. 

R. R. shop (Allston), bds. 8 Rockwell 
Bennet Simon, mariner, h. 106 Harvard 
Bennett Augustus N., chair-maker, house 

122 Broadway 
Bennett C. E., student H. U., rooms 50 

College House 
Bennett Daniel Mrs., h. 112 Thorndike 
Bennett James H., produce (19 North 

Market, B.), house 17 Inman 



Bennett John, carpenter, house Concord 

avenue, near slaughter house 
Bennett Josiah Q., cashier Market Natl 

Bank {S(j State, B.), h. 36 Linnaean 
Bennett Oliver, house Richdale avenue, 

3d from Walden 
Bennett William, butcher Niles Bros. 
Benney Nathaniel, proof reader Riverside 

Press, house 100 River 
Bennink Cornelius G. H, dry goods, 581 

Main, house 23 Inman 
Bennink E. A. Mrs., millinery and human 

hair goods..045 Main, rms, 14 Prospect 
Bennink Gerritt J., carpenter, house 41 

Western avenue 
Benshimol Joshua, cigar manufacturer, h. 

510 Cambridge 
Benson Albert S., driver Hook and Ladder 

No. 1. Brattle sq., h. 90 Mt. Auburn 
Benson Edgar, carpenter, h. rear 6 Lopez 
Benson Henry J. H., hair-dresser, 117 

% Cambridge, house do. 
Bensoi* John, gardener, 25 Craigie, house 

11 Eliot 
Benson John M., carpenter, h. 17 Hewes 
Benson Mason D., treas. F. R. R (Cause- 
way, B. ), bouse 140 North avenue 
Benson Mose$, waiter Memorial Hall 4 h. 

5 Flagg street court 
Bent Charles R., compositor University 

Press, boards IS Farwell place 

BENT GEORGE C, lawyer (26 
Pemberton square, B. ), evening office, 
563 Main, house 98 Inman 

BENT GEORGE H., coal and wood, 
168 Main, house 8 Craigie 

Bent John H. (Gage & Bent), furniture, 
200 North avenue, boards Russell, cor- 
ner Orchard 

Bent Maria J. Miss, cook Almhouse, Tan- 
nery, boardstdo. 

Bent Samuel A., northern agent Waverly 
line (N. Y.), house 5 Centre 

Bent Walter T., clerk (256* Devonshire, 
B. ), house 85 Ellery 

Bentencourt Manuel A., at C. H. North & 
Co., house 188 Winsor 

Bentley George, painter (B.J, house 138 
Pleasant 

Bentley James, waiter, Memorial Hall 

Bentley John H., house 22 Fifth 

Bentley Lydia, widow of John, h. 22 Fifth 

Benton Eliza Mrs., house 6 Emmons pi. 

Ben well Thomas J., teamster, 6 Brattle, 
house 53 Wright 

Benz Charles F., sausage maker, 75 Sixth, 
boards do. [Charles 

Benz George, sausage maker, house 152 

Benz Magdalena, widow of Geo., sausage- 
maker, 75 Sixth, house do. 

Benzaquen Henry, foreman, 35 Pearl, h. 
64 Franklin [64 Franklin 

Benzaquen Vidal, packer, 35 Pearl, house 

Berg Marthin, organ maker, 624 Main, 
boards 174 Harvard 

Bergen John, laborer, bds. 7 Daniels ct. 

Bergeron Peter, hostler, house 47 Reed 



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Bergerow Joseph, laborer, bds. 52 Spruce 

Bergerow Mary E., widow of Octavius, h. 
52 Spruce 

Berges Eugenie, widow, h. rear 68 Gore 

Bergin Kyreu, plasterer, house 49 Araoiy 

Bergquist Olof, blacksmith, 133 Maiu, h. 
at Boston 

Berke Antonio, laborer, h. rear 53 Vine 

Berliner Emile, electrician(109 Court, B.), 
house 413 Broadway 

Berlo John N., baker, house 101 Tremont 

Berlyn Mark P., cigar-maker, bds. 8 Holly 

Berlyn Philip M., optician, house 8 Holly 

Bernard John F., harness dressing mnfr., 
house 194 North avenue 

Bernard John H., book-binder, 105 Maga- 
zine, house 2 Westacott court 

Bernard Joseph, glass-blower, house 458 
Cambridge 

Berner Augustus, cabinet-maker, house 24 
Brewery [ Hastings 

Bernhadt John Geo., cabinet-maker, h. 12 

Bernhardt Maximilian, in rubber factory, 
boards 45 Winsor 

Berninger Jacob, baker, 502 Main, house 
19 Pine 

Berrick Edward C, machinist (Haverhill, 
B.), house rear 26 Front 

Berry Alpheus, eating-house (225 Commer- 
cial, B.), boards 13 Brewer 

Berry Caspar, lager beer bottler, 125 
Hampshire, house 145 do. 

Berry Charles, china decorator, bds, 120 
Prospect 

Berry Charles E., machinist and black- 
smith, 12 Gore, house 70 Antrim 

Berry Grace, widow, house 102 Harvard 

Berry James A., hostler, h. 10 McCabe 

Berry James H., cabinet-maker (Charles- 
town), boards 111 Auburn 

Berry Joseph L., laborer, house 9 Cowper- 
thwaite 

Berry Peter, watchman U. R. Co. 

Berry Preston, hostler, house 6 Eaton 

Berry Robert E., gardener Joseph G.Cool- 
idge, house foot of Willis court 

Berry Samuel S., boot and shoe maker, 1£ 
Winsor, house do. 

Berry William B., machinist, boards 111 
Auburn [25 Jay 

Berry Wm. B., tinsmith (79 North, B.), h. 

Berry William C, cabinet-maker F. M. 
Holmes Furniture Co., h. at Charles- 
town 

Berryman E. Upshur, student H. U., rms. 
43 Thayer Hall 

Berthold Maximilian V., clerk (244 Fed- 
eral, B.), house 2 Pleasant place 

Berthold Selma Mrs., teacher Kindergar- 
ten school, Winsor, corner School, h. 
Pleasant place 

Berton Edward, tailor, 8 Prospect, house 
12 Willow 

Bertrand Edmund, laborer, 162 Broadway, 
house at Boston 

Bertsch John H, traveling salesman (9 
Merchants raw, B.), bds. 31 Seventh 



Bertsch Stephen, brass finisher, house 33 
Seventh 

Bertsch Stephen M., brass-finisher, house 
31 Seventh 

Bertsch Stephen jr., brush maker (9 Mer- 
chants row, B.), bds. 31 Seventh 

Bertsch William A., marble- worker, 70 
Bridge, boards 31 Seventh 

Bethel Nellie Mrs., boarding-house, 3 
Prospect 

Bettiuson Addie M. Miss, teacher Gore 
primary school, boards 65 Otis 

Bettinson Edward W., bookbinder, 7 Brat- 
tle, house 41 do. 

Bettinson Harry W., expressman, 103 
Cambridge, house 124 Otis 

Bettinson James W., express, 103 Cam- 
bridge, house 65 Otis 

Bettinson Mary A. H. Mrs., nurse, house 
125 Pleasant 

Betts Geo. F., head waiter (Young's Ho- 
tel, B.), house 55 Washington 

Betts James S., waiter, h. 39 Washington 

Beunke Fred. L., newspapers and period- 
icals, 559 Main, boards 83 Pleasant 

Beunke John, clerk, 559 Main, boards 58 
Columbia 

Beunke Leon J. Mrs., house 58 Columbia 

Bews James, tinsmith, h. rear 72 Allston 

Bickford Harry W., clerk (36 Hanover, 
B.), house 2 Percy place 

Bickford Thomas Rev., house 201 Harvard 

Bickley Charles D., liquors (125 Broad, 
B.), house 98 Trowbridge 

Bicknell Joseph G., cabinet maker and up- 
holsterer, 642 Main, house 25 Elm 

Biddle Charles M., clerk (177 Congress, B.), 
boards 42 Arlington 

Biddle Charles W., pastor Third Univer- 
salist Society, house 42 Arlington 

Biddle Louis A., student H. U., rooms 37 
Beck Hall [14 Bovvdoin 

Bierwith Heinrich C, student H. U., rms. 

Bigelow Alanson jr., watches, jewelry and 
plate (511 Washington, B.), house 265 
Harvard 

Bigelow Charles W., bds. 54 Concord av. 

Bigelow Clifford, cabinet maker, b. 420 
Main 

Bigelow Edwin S. Mrs., h. 1 Second st. ct. 

Bigelow Francis H., clerk (52 Kilby, B.), b. 
54 Concord av. 

Bigelow Marshall T., proof-reader Univer- 
sity Press, house 54 Concord av. 

Bigelow Melville M., lawyer (4 Exchange 
pi., B. ), house 343 Broadway 

Biggers Wm. O., paper-hanger, house 167 
Thorndike 

Biggin Bridget Miss, house 71 Brighton 

Biggin Patrick, currier, h. 224 Franklin 

Biggs Herbert, coachman, 263 North av., 
boards do. 

Biggs John B., mason, house 414 Main 

Bigley Daniel, horse trainer (Beacon Park, 
B.), house 66 River 

Bignoll Harriet, widow of Barnard, house 
200 Harvard 



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Bill Frank C., broker (226 Washington, B.) ; 
house 12 Centre 

Bill Harry C, clerk, 649 Main, b. 12 Centre 

Billings Charles T., student H. U., rooms 
54 Matthews Hall 

Billings Charlotte Miss, dressmaker, 54 
Sidney, boards do. 

Billings Clarence H., merchant tailor (21 
Court, B.), house 191 Harvard 

Billings Duncan M., hairdresser, 1£ Brat- 
tle, boards 2 Banks 

Billings Edmund F., polisher, 124 Har- 
vard, house 139 Main 

Billings Franklin S., student H. TJ.. rooms 
54 Matthews Hall [2 Banks 

Billings George, hairdresser, H Brattle, b. 

Billings Harry, student H. XL, rooms 11 
Thayer Hall 

Billings John D., principal Webster gram- 
mar school, house 17 Perry 

Billings Lillieore T., widow ofEmilius G., 
house 6 DeWolf 

Billings Sherard, student Epis. Theo. 
school, Brattle 

Billings Uriah, house 191 Harvard 

Billman John, traveling agent (14 Brattle 
square, B.), house 663 Main 

Binney Horace, student H. U., rooms 4 
Holworthy Hall 

Binney Jane, wid. of Barnabas, h. 102 Otis 

Birch Harvey, piano-action maker, 113 
Broadway, house at Boston 

Bird George, house 1 Forest 

BIRD HENRY M., iron founder, 
Broadway, corner Pelham, house 11 

Bigelow 
Bird Herman (H. Bird & Co.), insurance 

agent, 559 Main and (53 Devonshire, 

B.), house 149 Prospect 
Bird Horace, music teacher, house Bel- 
mont, corner Cushing 
BIRD H. & CO. (Herman Bird), in- 
surance agents, 559 Main and (53 Dev- 
onshire, B.) 
Bird Linus C, foreman, 37 Clark, rooms 

471 Main 
Bird Margaret, widow, h. rear 175 Bridge 
Bird Richard O., coachman, 808 Main, 

house 17 Kinnaird 
Bird see Byrd 
Birmingham Maurice, blacksmith, U. R. 

Co., house 53 Spruce 
Birtwell Charles W., student H. U., rooms 

30 Stoughton Hall 
Bisbee John (Hale, Teele & Bisbee), soap 

mnfrs., Davis, house 99 Inman 
Bisbee Marvin D., house 9 Tremont 
Bishop Abel S., teamster, house 56 Spring 
Bishop George H., upholsterer, 137 Gore 

boards 24 Pleasant 
Bishop Henry P., blacksmith, 232 North 

av., boards 58 Spruce [mento 

Bishop Joel P., law author, h. 51 Sacra- 
Bishop John, laborer, house 108 Spruce 
Bishop Otis, driver U. R. Co., boards at 

Somerville 
Bissell Julia W. Mrs., house 56 Shepard 



Bistrup Alfred J., telescope-maker Alvan 

Clark & Sons, Henry, house 13 Tufts 
Bitsch Peter, upholsterer (B.), h. 69 Sixth 
Bixby Charles P., hairdresser (Arlington), 

house 9 Lambert av. 
Bixby George S., law student H. U., rooms 

26 Mellen 
Bixby Hiram A., machinist, 356 Main, h. 

97 Washington 
Bixby Lydia Miss, house 2S Holyoke 
Bixby Mehitable Miss, house 28 Holyoke 
Black Alice Miss, house 115 Columbia 
Black Archibald, house 68 Second 
Black Archibald B., shoe-laster, boards 68 

Second 
Black Arthur, coachman, 9 Forest, bds. do. 
Black Edwin E., steward A. D. Club, 14 

Dunster 
Black Eliza, wid. of James, h. Holworthy, 

opp. Corlett school 
Black George R., laborer, bds. 68 Second 
Black Henry, turner, 162 Broadway, house 

163 do. 
Black James, laborer, house 27 Willow 
Black Jas., upholsterer, h. 17 Washington 
Black Jas., paper-hanger, 101 Green, rooms 

57 do. 

BLACK JAMES WALLACE, 
photographer (333 Washington, B.), 

house 17 Avon [Broadway 

Black Jane Mrs., boarding-house, 163 
Black John M., laborer, h. 163 Broadway 
Black John A., plasterer, h. 38 Portland 
Black John H., bookbinder, bds. 159 Main 
Black Julia E., wid. of Robert, house 48 

Linn a3 an 
Black Robert, plasterer, house 43 Baldwin 
Black Thomas F., boards Mrs. William 

Black's, Concord avenue 
Black William, house 159 Main 
Black William Mrs., house Concord ave- 
nue, opposite Niles Brothers 
Black William J., teamster J. P. Squire & 

Co., house 1 Church place 
Blacklock Adelaide J. C. Miss, seamstress, 

boards 14 Warland 
Blacklock Ann M., widow of James S., 

house 14 Warland 
Blacklock Eugene A., boards 36 Auburn 
Blackman Horace P., foreman mill-work, 

162 Broadway, house 28 Arlington 
Blackman William R., planer, 169 Gore, 

house 87£ Sixth 
Blackmar Eugene G.,in American Rub- 
ber mill, house Hotel Holly 
Blackmar James H., in American Rubber 

mill, house Hotel Holly 
Blackwell Hairy B., carpenter, house 60 

Mount Auburn 
Blackwell Seth, glass worker, boards 31 

Tremont [lumbia 

Blackwell Wm. H., tinsmith, bds. 163 Co- 
Blair Amos, clerk, 9 Brattle, boards 40 

Winthrop 
Blair James, house 40 Winthrop 
Blair James, proof-reader University 

Press, house 450 Broadway 



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Blair Lafayette G. (Blair A Wiswell), law- 
yer, Lyceum building, Harvard square 
and (95 Milk, Boston), b. 34 North av. 

Blair Thomas H., treasurer and manager 
Blair Tourograph Co , 1 Winsor, 
boards 221 Harvard 

"DLAIK TOUROGRAPH CO., 

1J tourograph mnfrs., T. H. Blair, treas- 
urer and manager, 1 Winsor 

Blair William A., student H. U., rooms 4 
Weld Hall 

Blair & Wiswell (Lafayette G. Blair and 
Charles H. Wiswell), lawyers, Lyceum 
building. Harvard square, and (95 
Milk, Boston) 

Blais (has., bar-tender (B.), b. 206 Green 

Blais Edmund, brick-maker, h. 148 Spruce 

Blaisdell B. D., clerk and messenger 
Lechmere National Bank, house at 
Pea body 

Blaisdell Benjamin F. (Blaisdell & Hood), 
79 Brattle, house at Carlisle 

Blaisdell Charles P., foreman F. Geldows- 
ky Furniture Co., h. at SomervilJe 

Blaisdell Ezra K., teamster (165 Leverett, 
Boston), house 18 Seventh 

Blaisdell George J., asst. superintendent 
Cambridge fire alarm, City building, 
Brattle square, house 48 Winthrop 

Blaisdell John G., teamster, 253 Cam- 
bridge, boards 18 Seventh 

Blaisdell Orrie A. Miss, fancy dry goods, 
442 Harvard, boards 760 Main 

Blaisdell Stephen, engineer B., L & C. R. 
R., rooms 120 Cambridge 

Blaisdell & Hood (Benjamin F. Blaisdell 
and William H. Hood), hard and soft 
wood, 79 Brattle 

Blake Andrew M.. bookbinder (40 Boyls- 
ton. Boston), house 8 Sidney 

Blake Arthur W., dry goods, 159 Cam- 
bridge, and hats, caps, etc., 198 do., 
house 158 do. 

Blake Bridget, widow, house 39 Hastings 

Blake Charles, laborer, boards 141 Gore 

Blake Clarence H., book -finisher, River- 
side Press, boards 8 Sidney 

Blake Eben N., tinsmith (Somerville), 
house 154 Cambridge 

Blake Edward W., clerk, 106 Cambridge, 
house 35 Fourth 

BLAKE EDWIN H„ grocer, 158 
Cambridge, house 134 do. 
Blake George F. Mnfg. Co., foundry. 
Third ,c. Bent, and (44 Washington, B.) 
Blake George O. Mrs., house 359 Harvard 
Blake George R., laborer, house 133 Pearl 
Blake H. E., teas, coffees, etc., 106 Cam- 
bridge, house 35 Fourth 
Blake John, laborer, house 20 Carson 
Blake John L., bookkeeper F. Geldowsky 
Furniture Co., boards at West Somer- 
ville [Ellery 
Blake J. Henry, zoological artist, h. 109 
Blake Theodore E., clerk, 158 Cambridge, 

house 167 do. 
Blake Thomas, boiler maker, 92 Main 



Blakey John, shell boat builder, foot of 
DeWolf, house 39 Putnam avenue 

Blanchard Daniel E., sawyer, 3 Hamp- 
shire, house Hotel Clark, Clark 

Blanchard Dexter V., engineer B. L. & C. 
R. R . house 95 Otis 

Blanchard F., driver U. R. Co. 

Blanchard George H., clerk, 89 Cambridge, 
boards 9-^ Otis 

Blanchard Herbert W., student H. U., 
rooms 45 Gray's Hall 

Blanchard John \V., carpenter, house 16 
Berkshire place 

Blanchard J. Henry, salesman (71 Sum- 
mer, Boston), house 47 River 

Blanchard M. Frank, bookkeeper(54 Com- 
mercial whf., Boston), house 4 Upton 

Bland John P., pastor Lee street church, 
house 15 Lee 

Blaney Maria L. Miss, bread store, 6 Brigh- 
ton, house do. [Winsor 

Blaney Sarah, widow of Patrick, h. 123£ 

Blank Ernest, varnisher (Wareham, Bos- 
ton), house 110 Pleasant 

Blennerhasset John, gardener, house Gar- 
den court, 1st on left from Dublin 

Blennerhasset Richard, gardener, house 
15 Foster 

Blessington Ellen Mrs., house 125 Third 

Blessington Francis A. (Peter Blessington 
& Son), granite dealer, Gore's wharf, 
Third, boards at Somerville 

Blessington Hugh Mrs., house 6 Rogers 
block, Washington 

Blessington Jas., 53 Main, h. at Boston 

Blessington Peter (Peter Pilessington & 
Son), granite dealer, Gore's wharf, 
Third, house at Somerville 

Blessington Peter & Son (Peter and Fran- 
cis A. Blessington), granite dealers, 
Gore's wharf, Third 

Blevins James, tin roofer (Boston), house 
158 Putnam avenue 

BLEVINS JOHN J., slater, base- 
ment, 604 Main, house 94 Putnam av. 
Blevins Mary, wid. of John L., h. 19 Park 
Blight John," porter (56 Summer, Boston), 

house 36 Moore 
Blinn Elbridge, milkman, boards 5 Gerry 
Col . George R., student H. U., rooms 18 

Hollis Hall 
Blish Lucia A., widow, house 39 Dana 
Bliss Ariadne Miss, private school, 39 

Dana, boards do. 
Bliss Benj. B., cigar-maker, b. 2 Norfolk 
Bliss Henry W., student H. U., rooms 41 

Gray's Hall 
Bliss Zenas W., proof reader Riverside 

Press, house 25 Prince 
Blodgett Alvaro Mrs., h. 11 Worcester 
Blodgett Elias, paper stock (B.),h. 69 Otis 
Blodgett Stephen H., student H. U., rms. 

36 Gray's Hall 
Blodgett Warren K. jr., lawyer (150 Dev- 
onshire, room 57, B.j, h. 70 North av. 
Blodgett Win. A., student H. U., rooms 

36 Gray's Hall 



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Blonde Mary, widow, house 53 Clark 
Blood B., machinist, 368 Main, b. 6 Clark 
Blood B. Kimball, organ action-maker, 

624 Main, house 9 King place 
Blood C. W., at 139 Broadway, house at 

Winchester 
Blood Hiram, engineer steamer No. 3, 

house 40 Fifth 
Blossom Frank M., sawyer, bds. 84 Moore 
Blount Eugene, machinist (B.), b. 14 Green 
Blount William, brass-finisher, 368 Main 
Blunt John J., laborer, house 48 Hastings 
Blunt William, machinist, 368 Main, bds. 

3 Prospect 
Boak Edward J., laborer, house 115 Elm 
Boardnirin Anna, widow of Andrew, house 

15 Laurel 
Board man Charles, house Washington av- 
enue, opposite Foxcroft 
Boardman Edward, painter, house Jack- 
son, near Belmont 
Boardman Ellen F., bookkeeper, 575 Main, 

boards 15 Laurel 
Boardman George H., painter, boards Ed- 
ward Boardman's, Jackson 
Boardman Wm. C, tailor (21 Summer, B.), 

house 204 Pearl 
Bocher Ferdinand, prof, of Modern Lan- 
guages H. U., house 12 Holyoke place 
Bock Fidel, cabinet-maker, house 2 Seo- 

ond street place 
Bock Rudolphus C, telescope maker Al- 
van Clark & Sons, Henry, boards 208 
Harvard 
Bock William, cabinet-maker, h. 34 Spring 

BOCK WILLIAM A., florist, 329 
North avenue, house do. 

Bodemer Charles Julius, carver, house 145 
Columbia [Auburn 

Bodflsh Wm. H., student H. U., b. 68 Mt. 

Bod well Albert, house 578£ Main 

Bodwell Frederick, engineer (B.), house 
50 Market 

Boeckmann Gustavus, teacher of Lan- 
guages H. U., house 81 Concord av. 

Boettner John, confectioner (B), house 
Hotel Holly 

Boggs Edwin P., com. mer. (47 South Mar- 
ket, B. ), boards 336 Broadway 

Boggs Francis M., steamship master (47 
South Market, B.), h. 289 Broadway 

Bogie James,compositor University Press, 
boards 10 Brewer 

Bohmiller Leopold, currier, h. 35 Reed 

Bohn Jaquith, laborer, 203 Bridge 

Boireau George H., currier, house Tan- 
ney, 3d on right [Dublin 

Boisbert Joseph, brick-maker, house 116 

Boisen Christian, bookkeeper Riverside 
Press, boards 82 Magazine 

Bokman Lars A., safe painter, 17 Main, 
house 3 Brewery 

Bole George, helper, 92 Main 

Bolen Patrick, laborer B. L. & C. R. R., 
house rear 30 Gore 

Bolger James, horse-shoer, Palmer, near 
Church, house 92 Mt. Auburn 



Bolles Fannie D., widow of Frederick, h. 

102 Mt. Auburn 
Bolles Frank, law student H. U., rooms 42 

College House 
Bolo George N., molder, h. 166 Norfolk 
Bolster John C, clerk (33 Summer, B.), 

boards 10 Banks 
Bolster Mary, widow of John, h. 10 Banks 
Bolster Richard, shoemaker, 20 Brighton, 

house 12 Banks 
Bolster Thomas C, gas-fitter, h. 10 Banks 
Bolton Henry, foreman, 126 Portland, h. 

96 Winsor [604 Main 

Bolton Reginald P., mechanical engineer, 
Bolton Sarah Miss, house 162 Harvard 
Bond Catharine H. Miss, h. 8 Holyoke 

place 
Bond Elizabeth L. Miss, h. 8 Holyoke pi. 
Bond John H., agent, house 74 Elm 
Bond Lawrence, student H. U., rooms 50 

Matthews Hall 
Bond Mary, widow of Richard, house 73 

North avenue [thews Hall 

Bond P. A., student H. XL, rooms 4 Mat- 
Bond Samuel, laborer, boards 47 Harding 
Bond Selina C. Miss, assistant at Observa- 
tory, house 12 Lowell 
Bonenfant Alphonse, tinsmith, rear 104 

Main, house 2 Broadway 
Bonnanphen Alphonce, tinsmith, house 2 

Broadway 
Bonner John, lather, house 17 Dyke 
Bonney Lucy A., widow of Charles, house 

3 Lawrence 
Bonney Pelham, insurance broker (209 

Washington, B.), house 52 Pleasant 
Bonney Perez F., salesman (518 Washing- 
ton, B.), house 32 Arlington 
Bonney William L., at (450 Washington, 

B.), boards 4 Langdon 
Bonsai Leigh, student H. U., rooms 53 

Thayer Hall 
Booker Simeon, molder H. M. Bird, Pel- 
ham, house 61 Clark 
Boone Charles F., cooper 'Somerville), h. 

rear 240 Cambridge 
Booth Thomas, grocer, 82 Pleasant, house 

35 Park [Auburn 

Booth Wm. F., student H. U., rms. 104 Mt. 
Boothby Frank, shipper (93 North, B.), 

house 71 Pleasant 
Borden George, bds. 3 Rogers block, Main 
Borden Herbert W., carpenter, rear 382 

Main, house 65 Norfolk 
Borges Anthony, laborer, h. 23 Plymouth 
Borges Joaquin, hairdresser, 204 Cam- 
bridge, house 8 Eighth 
Borth William, varnisher, 162 Broad w ay 

house at Boston , 

Boston Brauch Grocery, Chas. F. Smith, 

proprietor, 245 Broadway 
Boston Bridge Works, D. H. Andrews, 

prop., Sixth, cor. Rogers, and(13Pem- 

berton square, B.) 
Boston Chemical Works, Edward Cham- 

berlin & Co., props., Third, near Bent, 

office (27 Doane, B.) 



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BOSTON ICE CO., Prison Point 
bridge, and (76 State, B.) 

Boston, Lowell & Concord Railroad ma- 
chine shop, Bridge, n. Craigie bridge 

Boston Stamping Works, Third, n. Broad- 
way, Seavey & Co., props., salesroom 
(93 to 97 North, B.) 

Boston Star Collar Co., D. C. Griswold, 
prop., paper collar and cuff mnfrs., 
206 Hampshire 

Boston Woven Hose Co., 174 Broadway, 
Robert Cowen, superintendent 

Boston & Maine Railroad machine shop, 
Prison Point road, near Boston line 

Bosworth Leonard, carpenter, house 3 
Holly avenue 

Bosworth Prescott, carpenter, boards 3 
Holly avenue 

Bouchay Peter, brick maker, house 100 
Dublin 

Bouche Charles, traveling salesman, house 
98 Hancock 

Boucher Joseph H., blacksmith Burnett & 
Brown, house 3 Brown's block, Third 

Boucher Louis, laborer, house 12 Hastings 

Boudro Galiton, brick-maker, house Con- 
cord avenue, corner New 

Boudro John C, butcher, Niles Bros. 

Boudrot Albert, potter, house 69 Bolton 

Boulter Joseph, teamster (B.), house 37 
Cambridge 

Bourget Peter, laborer A. H. Hews & Co., 
house Crescent av., opp. the pottery 

Bourn George F., clerk (146 Mt. Vernon, 
B.), house 62 Dana 

Bourn Robert T., carpenter (146 Mt. Ver- 
non, B. ). house 64 Dana 

Bourne F., driver U. R. Co. 

Bourne Mary A Miss, teacher Gore pri- 
mary school, boards 65 Otis 

Bournique Hannah L., widow of Louis, 
house 87 Gore 

Bours Nim, feeder U. R. Co., Dunster.h. 
Belmont, corner North avenue 

Boutwell Nathan B. (Custom House, B.), 
house 76 Hubbard avenue 

Bowen Bernard, laborer, h. 34 Charles 

Bowen Charles H., marble-cutter, house 
14 Lincoln 

Bowen Charles S., boards 9 Follen 

Bowen Cornelius, laborer, h. rear 98 Main 

Bowen Curley, boiler-maker, 72 Main 

Bowen Francis, Alford Professor of Nat- 
ural Religion, Moral Philosophy, and 
Civil Polity H. U., house 9 Follen 

Bowen James, laborer, h. 104 Harvard 

Bowen James, laborer, house 3 Lech- 
mere place 

Bowen James Williams, student H. U., 
rooms 46 Weld Hall 

Bowen Michael, plumber, 99 Cambridge, 
boards 112 Gore 

Bowen Orson O. (160 Portland, B.), house 
3 Boardman place 

Bowen Richard, laborer, house 31 Carson 

Bowen William, student H. U., rooms 42 
Mt. Auburu 



Bowers Charles E. (25 Congress, room 2, 

B. ), boards 274 North avenue 
Bowers Edmund B., clerk (40 State, B.), 

boards 10 Hollis 
Bowers Edward L.,safe painter (74 Sud- 
bury, B.), house 8 Cherry 
Bowers Frances Miss, asst. sec. TJ. S. S. 

Society (7 Tremout place, B.), bds. 10 

Hollis 
Bowers Henry A., piano-maker, Rhoad.es 

bldg., State, house 2 Ashburton place 
Bowers John M., engineer, b. 168 Norfolk 
Bowers Lydia E. Mrs., house 10 Hollis 
Bowes Thomas, laborer, house 4 Rogers 

block, Washington 
Bowie William, shoemaker, 7 Harvard sq., 

house 7 Daniels court 
Bowker Arthur L., bookkeeper, 216 Dev- 
onshire, boards 3 Avon 
Bowker Edwin F., civil engineer and sur- 
veyor, 623 Main 
Bowker Joseph H., boarding-house, 165 

Broadway 
Bowker Winsiow L., house 3 Avon 
Bowland James, blacksmith, 368 Main 
Bowles R. M. Mrs., teacher of painting, 

20£ Bigelow 
Bowley Asa F., tin-plate worker, house 2 

Central place 
Bowley Jennie A., widow of Isaac B., h. 

81 Brighton 
Bowley Sarah, widow, house 56 Brighton 
Bowman Abijah. house 42 North avenue 
Bowman Alvin R., laborer, house 6 Elmer 
Bowman Charles F., paper-hanger, boards 

Hotel Clark, Clark 
Bowman Edward H., student H. U., rms. 

3 Thayer Hall 
Bowman Frank, student H. U., rooms 28 

Dunster 
Bowman Joanna H., widow of Abner H., 

house 61 Oxford 
Bowman Margaret, widow, h. 159 Norfolk 
Bowman Orlando, salesman (216 State, 

B.), house 40 Essex 
Bowman Thomas, laborer, house Gushing, 

opposite Woodlawn 
Bowyer William, provisions, 126 River, 

house 124 do. 
Boyce Annie Miss, house 6 Vine 
Boyce Charles H. (Thomas F. Boyce & 

Co.), 122 Columbia, boards 37 Union 
Boyce Edward L., 139 Broadway, house 

115 Fourth 
Boyce Hannah, widow of Thomas, house 

37 Union 
Boyce James, carver, boards 37 Union 
Boyce Margaret S. Mrs., house 30 Rice 
Boyce Thomas F. (T. F. Boyce & Co.), 

grocer, 122 Columbia, bds. 37 Union 
Boyce T. F. & Co. (Thomas F. and Chas. 

F. Boyce', grocers, 122 Columbia 
Boyd Alexander, student H. U., rooms 9 

Holworthy Hall 
Boyd Charles E., book-binder Riverside 

Press, boards 62 Trowbridge 
Boyd Edward, laborer, house 77 Broadway 



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Boyd Esther Miss, milliner, b. 81 Auburn 
Boyd Fannie L. Miss, millinery, 81 Au- 
burn, boards do. 
Boyd James, house 6£ Cherry 
Boyd James R., clerk (477 Washington, 

B.), boards 17 Myrtle place 
Boyd John, laborer, 8(58 Main 
Boyd Ormon T., wholesale grocer (216 

State, B. ), house 33 Linnaean 
Boyd Thomas, architect, house 81 Auburn 
Boyd Thomas, laborer, h. 93 Broadway 
Boyd William, foreman Boston Chemical 

Works, Third, house 17 Myrtle place 
Boyd William, printer University Press, 

house 62 Trowbridge 
Boyd William A., stereotyper University 

Press, house 3 Hancock place 
Boyden Benjamin F., grocer, 854 Main, h. 

18 Trowbridge 
Boyden Louis F., clerk (B.), boards 18 

Trowbridge 
Boyden Holland W., student H. U., rooms 

10 Thayer Hall 
Boyden Sanford E.. carriage trimmer, 176 

North avenue, house 212 do. 
Boyden Sarah, widow of John, house 159 

Bridge 
Boyer Fred W., clerk (O. C. R. R. freight 

depot, B.), boards 516 Main 
Boyer Samuel, stair builder, h. 516 Main 
Boyle Bernard, teamster, h. 25 Jefferson 
Boyle Charles, junk dealer (69 Pitts, B.), 

house 3 Seventh 
Boyle Daniel, junk, 307 Cambridge, h. do. 
Boyle Elizabeth, w. of John, h. 163 Winsor 
Boyle James, teamster, h. 77 Concord av. 
Boyle James, cabinet maker, Woodbury 

bldg., Otis, house at Somerville 
Boyle James, laborer, boards Rebecca 

Boyle's, Walden 
Boyle Jeremiah, cabinet maker, Rhoades 

bldg., State, house 34 Charles 
Boyle John, teamster, house 96 Tremont 
Boyle Mary E. Miss, house 121 Third 
Boyle Nancy, wid. of Thos., h. 105 Third 
Boyle Patrick, laborer, 169 Gore, house 19 

Seventh 
Boyle Patrick S., cooper John Reardon & 

Sons, house Waverly, east of Fort 

Washington 
Boyle Rebecca, widow of Edward, house 

Walden, corner Dublin 
Boyle Terrence, helper, 17 Main, house at 

Somerville 
Boyle William, laborer, house 125 Third 
Boyle Wra. C, laborer, house 125 Third 
Boymau Jas. A., brick layer, h. 12 Banks 
Boynton C. Edgar, student H. U., rooms 

9 Story 
Boynton Charles F., real estate, house 

Mt.Pleasant,4th on right from Walden 
Boynton Edward P., boots and shoes {oi) 

Cambridge, B.), house 15 Avon 
Boynton Fred EL, bookkeeper, Niles Bros., 

Concord avenue, house at Belmont 
Boynton Herbert A., clerk (139 Milk, B.), 

house 290 Pearl 



Boynton Hosea S., driver U. R. Co., boards 
at Watertown 

Boynton John L., wood and coal, 104 
Gore, house 151 Cambridge 

Boynton John P., pork-cutter Niles Bros., 
b. Warren H. Boynton's, Concord av. 

Boynton Julia O. Miss, bookkeeper, 9 
Brattle, boards 32 Shepard 

Boynton Morris B., produce (53 Commer- 
cial, B.), house 13 Chauncy 

Boynton Perkins, house 11 Perry 

Boynton Robt. H., molder H. M. Bird, 
Pelham, house 179 Main 

Boynton Sadie M., clerk, 228 North ave- 
nue, boards Chas. F. Boynton's, Mt. 
Pleasant 

Boynton Thos. W., laborer, h. 8 Stevens ct. 

Boynton Warren R., night watchman, 
Niles Bros., h. Concord av., near do. 

Boyson Geo., groceries and provisions, 
8£ Mt. Auburn, house 10 do. 

Boyson Geo. H., bookbinder Riverside 
bindery, house 3d Fairmont 

Boyson Sarah A., widow of William G., 
house 30 Fairmont [h. do. 

Boyson Simon M., provisions, 218 Green, 

Boyson William L., bookbinder Riverside 
bindery, house 26 Fairmont 

Brabrook Carlton, student H. U., rooms 10 
Oxford 

Brabrook Eliza C, widow of Ezra H., 
house 320 Harvard 

Bracelien Catharine, widow of Michael, 
house 35 Sargent 

Bracelien Lewis, painter, b. 35 Sargent 

Bracken Francis, laborer, house 8 Water 

Brackett Almon (A. Brackett & Co.), car- 
riage painter, 18 Cambridge, h. 168 do. 

Brackett A. & Co. (Almon Brackett), car- 
riage painters, 18 Cambridge 

Brackett Chas., carriage painter, 18 Cam- 
bridge, house at Charlestown 

Brackett Chas. W., asst. engineer, C. F. D., 
boards 133 Mt. Auburn 

Brackett Ira A., clerk (Chauncy, B.), 
boards 168 Cambridge 

Brackett Henry T., clerk (99 Harrison av., 
B.), house 7 Sidney 

Brackett I. Frank, salesman, 557 Main, 
house 15 Worcester 

Brackett James, house 23 Everett 

Brackett Jeffrey R., student H. U., rooms 
7 Holworthy Hall [32 Fourth 

Brackett Milton O., frame-maker (B.j, b. 

Brackett Win. H., house 133 Mt. Auburn 

Brackett Win. W., cierk (41 Broad, B.), 
boards 7 Sidney 

Bradbury John P., traveling salesman, 503 
Main, house at Boston 

Bradbury William F.. head master High 
school, house 369 Harvard 

Bradbury Wm. H., bookkeeper (178 Tre- 
mont, B.), house 369 Harvard 

Bradeen Jacob F., teamster, 169 Gore, and 
mason, house 32 Fourth 

Bradeen Jotham S., hay, coal, etc., 253 
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Bradford Gamaliel, stock broker (13 Ex- 
change, B. ), house 8 Prescott 

Bradford J. Russell, marine adjuster (56 
State, B.), house 375 Harvard 

Bradford Mary R. Mrs., bouse 375 Harvard 

Bradford Robt., laborer, house 118 Fourth 

Bradford Russell, law student H. U., bds. 
375 Harvard 

Bradford Sarah B., widow of Isaac, house 
46 Sacramento 

Bradford Thos. H., clerk (130 North, B.), 
house 66 Columbia 

Bradish Arthur P., clerk (477 Washing- 
ton, B.), boards 83 North avenue 

Bradish Frank E.,law student (28 School, 
B.), boards 83 North avenue 

Bradish Henry C, baker, house 15 Vine 

Bradish Levi J., commission merchant 
(89 Bedford, B.), house 83 North av. 

Bradlee Charles H., printer University 
Press, house 9 Brewer 

Bradlee Chas. L., locksmith and brass 
worker, 648 Main, house 646 do. 

Bradlee Ellen M. Miss, bookkeeper, 10 
Arrow, house at Watertown 

Bradley Charles W., boards 757 Main 

Bradley Daniel A., varnisher, 162 Broad- 
way, boards Mansion House, Gore 

Bradley John W., commission merchant 
(103 Summer, B. ), house 757 Main 

Bradley Joseph Mrs., house 757 Main 

Bradley Julia, widow of John, h. 25 Sixth 

Bradley Mary, widow of John, house 123 
Winsor [boards do. 

Bradley Michael, shoemaker, 171 Dublin, 

Bradley Wm., teamster, h. 74 Hampshire 

Bradshaw Aaron, oil and candles (7 Cen- 
tral wharf, B. ), house 44 Erie 

Bradshaw Alfred A., clerk (450 Washing- 
ton, B.), house 6 Perry 

Brady Bridget Miss, variety store, 15 Vine, 
house do. 

Brady Charles, laborer, house 2 Stevens ct. 

Brady Edward, police station 2, house rear 
13 Pine [h. 163 Winsor 

Brady Edward J., grocer, 376 Cambridge. 

Brady James, piano-string winder, State, 
h. at Boston 

Brady James T.. clerk (376 Atlantic ave- 
nue, B.), boards 2 Stevens court 

Brady Jeremiah, glass blower, h. 4 Fourth 

Brady John, carpenter, b. 20 Coggswell av. 

Brady John, laborer, house rear 15 Vine 

Brady John D., baker, «2Mt. Auburn, bds. 
7 Mill 

Brady Joseph J., carpenter (B. & A. R. R., 
Allston), house 25 Walnut court 

Brady Margaret, widow, boards 4 Suffolk 

Brady Michael, potter, boards Joseph Du- 
teau's, WaMen 

Brady Michael J., baker, 82 Mt. Auburn, 
house 7 Mill [Hampshire 

Brady Patrick, glass maker, house 195 

Brady Patrick F., laborer (89 Broad, B.), 
house 25 Winter 

Brady Stephen, bolter, Rhoades bldg., 
State, house at Boston 



Brady Thomas M., marble worker, 19 

Main, house atSomerville 
Brady William, laborer, house 40 Spring 
Brady William, teamster J. H. Eames, 

house 25 Sidney 
Bragdon O. S. Miss, supt. Cambridge P. 

O., 7 Harvard row, bds. at Boston 
Bragg Warren S. (Custom House, B.), 

house 117 Prospect 
Braham Joseph, baker, house 65 Vine 
Braid Chandler jr., student H. U., rooms 

34 Weld Hall [Auburn 

Brainard Cornelius S., laborer, h. 209 Mt. 
Braman Ann E., widow, h. 97 Columbia 
Braman Wm. F., clerk (freight depot B. L. 

& C. R. R., B.), boards 97 Columbia 
Bramhall Charles F., key leveler, 162 

Broadway, house 113 Prospect 
Branch .Marv E. Mrs., h. 46 Concord av. 
Branch Philip N., student (28 School, B.), 

house 46 Concord av. 
Brawdley Herman F., laborer, 105 Maga- 
zine, house 91 Green 
Brandon John, laborer, house 254 Franklin 
Brandt Henry H., painter, 436 Main, house 

8 Village 
Branick Joseph, laborer, house 123 Fourth 
Branigan Wm. H., student H. U., rooms 25 

Divinity Hall 
Bran nan James E., clerk, 432 Harvard, 

house 4| Charles River 
Braslin Charles, clerk, bds. 431 Cambridge 
Braslin Cornelius V., electrotyper River- 
side Press, house 13 Dyke 
Braslin Daniel, butcher, bds. 87 Spruce 
Braslin Ellen, widow, house 198 Norfolk 
Braslin Hugh, earthen ware agent, house 

88 Putnam avenue 
Braslin Hugh J., cracker packer, house 41 

Union 
Braslin Jas. E., stereotyper, h. 7 Willard 
Braslin Jane, widow of Timothy, house 76 

Spruce 
Braslin Mary, wid. of John, h. 87 Spruce 
Braslin Mary J., house 431 Cambridge 
Braslin Michael F., fireman, 502 Main, 

house 4 Decatur 
Braslin Owen Mrs., house 7 Willard 
Braslin Timothy jr., laborer, b. 76 Spruce 
Braslin see Breslin 

Brassell Daniel B., laborer, h. 191 Franklin 
Brassil James, laborer, house 26 Flagg 
Brassil John, laborer, house 42 Banks 
Brassil Mary Miss, h. rear 44 Washington 
Brassil Timothy, laborer, h. r. 203 Franklin 
Brassill John, grocer, 39 Banks, house do. 
Brattle Square Hotel, Geo. W. Brigham, 

prop. , 32 and 34 Brattle square 
Brattles Edward, gardener/house 11 Follen 
Braun Philip H., grocer, 228 Cambridge, 

house do. 
Brautigan Hugo, pocketbook maker, 105 

Magazine, house at Boston 
Braxton Cary, waiter Memorial Hall, house 

at Boston 
Braxton Patrick, h. rear 100 Webster av. 
Brazeau Antoine, house 37 Vine 



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Brazier Abbie M., widow of Franklin J., 

house 18 Bigelow 
Brazil James T., plumber, bds. 33 Banks 
Brazil Thomas, laborer, house 33 Banks 
Breek Charles C. (F. E. Martell & Co.), ex- 
tracts, 539 Main, boards 47 Erie 
Breed Hubbard \V., driver, 502 Main, house 

12 William 
Breeden George, bookkeeper (Wareham, 

cor. Maiden, B.). house 14 Fairmont 
Breeden Lewis, plumber, h. 14 Fairmont 
Breeden Mary R., widow of Lewis, house 

14 Fairmont 
Breen Bartholomew, laborer, h. 8£ Foster 
Breen Fred A., action maker, 162 Broad- 
way, house at Boston 
Breen Peter T., stone-cutter, h. 94 Fifth 
Breen Thomas, action maker, 162 Broad- 
way, house at Boston 
Breen Thomas, carpenter, h. 23 Warren 
Breen Timothy J., carriage painter,rear 10 

Brattle, house 13 Charles River 
Breen William J., milkman, 88 Sixth 
Brennan Bridget Miss, house 11 Andrew 
Brennan Catherine J. Mrs., grocer, 11 Lo- 
pez, house do. 
Brennan Ellen, wid. of James, h. 15 Sparks 
Brennan George A., tin peddler, h.84 Fifth 
Brennan Honora, bread store, 325 Cam- 
bridge, house do. 
Brennan James, granite cutter, h. 24 De- 
Wolf 
Brennan John, laborer, h. 211 Mt. Auburn 
Brennan John, laborer, house 22 Warren 
Brennan John, laborer, house 12 Charles 

River 
Brennan John N., overseer rubber facto- 
ry, house 79 Clark 
Brennan John P., machinist, boards 250 

Bridge 
Brennan Margaret, widow of Richard, h. 

250 Bridge 
Brennan Martin, stone-cutter, house 52 

Winthrop 
Brennan Michael, laborer, house 4 Han- 

num block, 114 Broadway 
Brennan Michael, upholsterer, house 202 

Hampshire 
Brennan Patrick, laborer Riverside Press 
Brennan Patrick, laborer, house Garden 

court, 2d from Dublin 
Brennan Peter, stone-cutter, Gore's whf., 

Third, house 325 Cambridge 
Brennan Robert H., glass presser, boards 

250 Bridge 
Brennan Thomas H., printer, h. 16 Mill 
Brennan Timothy J., laborer, h. 14 Sparks 
Breslin Michael, clerk, Bay, corner Green, 

house at Somerville 
Breslin Michael, wheelwright, 355 Xorth 

avenue, boards do. 
Breslin Timothy, laborer, Third, cor. Bent 
Bresnan Mary, widow of Patrick, house 

18 Reed 
Breton August, cook (Parker House, B.), 

house 15 Washington 
Brett John, painter, 642 Main, bds. 2 Sands 



BRETT SAMUEL, G., manufact- 
urer Brett's Eureka Salve (247 Wash- 
ington, B.), house 12| Western av. 
Brewer David, provisions, 9 Brattle, house 

32 Shepard 
Brewer Thomas H., provisions, 1 Brewer 

block. Brattle square, house do. 
Brewer Thomas H. jr., clerk (72 High, B.), 

boards 14 Garden 
Brewer William D., student H. U., rooms 

4 Holyoke House 
Brewster Harriet, widow, rooms 84 Pearl 
Brewster John, banker (35 Congress, B.), 

house 145 Brattle 
Brewster Wm., naturalist, h. 61 Sparks 
Brewster William F. (31 Milk, room 4, B.), 

house 37 Brattle 
Briand Alex., carpenter, h. 2 Marvin place 
Brickett Eliza A., widow of Walter D., h. 

11 Conlon court 
Brickett George E., brush maker, house 

11 Conlon court 
Brickett Mary Etta Miss, brace supporter 
maker (Washington, corner Hayward 
place, B ). boards 11 Conlon court 
Brickley Michael, laborer, 162 Broadway, 

house at Roxbury 
Bridden Benjamin F., police, station 5, h. 

319 Xorth avenue 
Bridden Benjamin F. jr., telephone repair- 
er, boards 16 William 
Bridden Horace E., letter carrier P. O., 611 

Main, house 2 Salem 
Bridge Eliza Miss, house 47 Austin 
Bridge Harry M.. clerk (200 Devonshire, 

B.), boards 47 Austin 
Bridge Josiah, student H. TJ., rooms 94 

Oxford 
Bridge J. Walter, clerk (19 Summer, B.), 

boards 47 Austin 
Bridge Mary A. C. Miss, house 47 Austin 
Bridge Mary E. Miss, house 47 Austin 
Bridge Samuel G., roofer, 559 Main, house 

35 Auburn 
Bridge Theodore E., clerk (19 Summer,. 

B.), boards 47 Austin 
Bridges Charles H., machinist, 72 Main, 

house at Somerville 
Bridges Julia A., widow of Hiram, house 

62 Auburn 
Bridgman Raymond L., reporter Daily 

Advertiser, house 156 Mt. Auburn 
Briggs Albert P., clerk (129 Tremont, B.), 

boards 19 Mellen 
Briggs Carrie E., widow, h. 9 Sacramento 
Briggs Charles P., student H. TJ., rooms 

30 Gray's Hall 
Briggs Frederick H., student H. U., rooms 

34 College House 
Briggs George R., honse 61 Kirkland 
Briggs George T., house 12 Gerry 
Briggs George W., pastor Austin street 
Unitarian society, house 61 Kirkland 
Briggs John, house 41 Walden 
Briggs Le Baron R., house 61 Kirkland 
Briggs Sarah M., widow of "Walter D., h. 
720 Main 



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Brings Thomas P. Kev., house 19 Mellen 
Briggs Walter D., clerk (15 Chauncy, B.), 

house 409 Broadway 
.Briggs Wm. H., organ maker, 624 Main, 

house 569 do. 
Brigham Emily, action-maker, 162 Broad- 
way, house 105 Winsor 
Brigham Freeman, house Jay street place 
Brigham George W., prop. Brattle Square 
Hotel, 32 and 34 Brattle square, h. do. 
Brigham Mary B., widow of William, h. 

21 Walnut court 
Brigham Nathaniel, canvasser, 400 Har- 
vard, boards 44 Mt. Auburn 
Bright Elizabeth Mrs., h. 104 Trowbridge 
Bright Ellen E. Miss, h. 104 Trowbridge 
Bright Elma H, clerk (Water, corner Con- 
gress, B.), boards 328 Broadway 
BRIGHT HORACE O., pies. Bos- 
ton Ice Co. (76 State, B.), house 328 
Broadway 

BRIGHT JOHN J., Boston Ice Co. 
(76 State, B.), house 320 Broadway 
Bright John J. jr., clerk (4 VViuthrop sq., 

B.), boards 320 Broadway 
Bright L. Victor, student H. U., rooms 40 

Holyoke House 
Briley Henry, helper, 356 Main, house 8 

Hastings 
Brim Fidel, rubber-worker, house rear 57 

Charles 
Brine Charles F., clerk, 10 Harvard row, 

house 46 Mount Auburn 
Brine Daniel, box maker, 3 Hampshire 
Brine James W., clothing, etc., 10 Harvard 

row, house at Somerville 
Brine John B., clerk, 10 Harvard row, 

boards 46 Mount Auburn 
Brine Mary A. Miss, bookkeeper (17 Tre- 

mont row, Boston), boards 74 Otis 
Brine Robert, tailor 4 19 Tremont row, 

Boston), house 74 Otis 
Brine Robert F., clerk (315 Washington, 

Boston), boards 74 Otis 
Brine Wiliiam, box maker, 3 Hampshire 
Brine William, tailor, bds. 46 Mt. Auburn 
Brine, see O'Brien 
Briney Thomas, janitor, police station 3, 

house 234 Bridge 
Brinkley Richard, laborer, h. 30 Hastings 
Briscall Thomas O., carver F. M. Holmes 

Furniture Co., house at Charlestown 
Bristol Edgar S., banker (Summer, corner 

Devonshire, B.), house 103 Inman 
Brittan John, produce peddler, house 

Cushing. near Belmont 
Britton Henry A., cabinet-maker, Otis, 

corner First, house 89 Spring 
Britton Joseph, clerk (P. O., B.), house 30 

Western avenue 
Broadbent William, foreman turner, 162 

Broadwav, house 47 Winsor 

BROCK BROTHERS (H. D., O. H. 
and F. E. Brock), stoves, etc., 12 and 
16 Brattle, and Inman square 
Brock Edwin O., carpenter, boards 119 
Prospect 



Brock Frank E. (Brock Bros.), stoves, etc., 
12 Brattle, and Inman square, boards 
119 Prospect 

Brock Halliburton D. (Brock Brothers), 
stoves, etc., 12 Brattle, and Inman 
square, boards 119 Prospect 

Brock John A., at M. Fairbanks & Co.'s 
(Howard, B.), h. rear 58 Cambridge 

Brock Leslie N., bookkeeper, 12 Brattle, 
and inman square, bds. 119 Prospect 

Brock Ossian H. (Brock Bros.), stoves, etc., 
12 Brattle, and Inman square, boards 
119 Prospect 

Brock Solomon H., manager Brock Bros., 
stoves, etc., Inman square, house 117 
Prospect 

Brock Willie C, printer (45 Pearl, Boston), 
boards rear 58 Cambridge 

Broderick Ann Mrs., house 54 Gore 

Broderick John F. Rev., assistant pastor, 
St. Peter's church, h. 29 Buckingham 

Broderick Thomas, student, b. 190 Bridge 

Broders John, carpenter, Rhoades build- 
ing, State, house at Boston 

Brodie Hugh, boiler maker, 356 Main, 
house 67 Brookliue 

Brodrick Edward, carriage-painter, 232 
North avenue, boards 40 Spruce 

Brodrick Ellen, widow of Daniel, board- 
ing-house, 190 Bridge 

Brogan Bernard J., hairdresser, 164 Cam- 
bridge, house 162 do. [Harvard 

Brogan Ellen, widow of James, house 106 

Brogan Hugh H., student H. U., rooms 
39 College House 

Brogan John A., clerk, 168 Gore, house 9 
Squire's court 

Brogan John F., board's 51 Raymond 

Brogan Nicholas J., laborer, h. 18 Tuttle 

Brogan Patrick, laborer, h. 51 Raymond 

Brogan Thomas, hostler, 5 Harvard row, 
boards 51 Raymond 

Brogen John, gardener, house 14 Dublin 

Brogen Wm. J., milkman, bds. 14 Dublin 

Brohan Edward H., tin-plate worker, 
boards 58 Spring 

Brohan John, laborer, house 36 Harvard 

Brohan Patrick, engineer, Otis, near First, 
house 58 Spring 

Brookings Charles S., painter, 7 Western 
avenue, house 3l Decatur 

Brookings Samuel H., furniture, etc., 197 
North avenue, house do. 

Brooks Alfred A., supt. Boston Woven 
Hose Co., 74 Portland, b. 220 Brattle 

Brooks Ann Mrs., boarding-house, 40 
Spruce 

Brooks Annie B. Mrs., house 75 Green 

Brooks Arthur A., student Divinity 
School, rooms 39 Divinity Hall 

Brooks Edward C, ships clerk (Boston), 
boards 220 Brattle 

Brooks Edwin C, engineer pum ping- 
house C. W. \\ ., Worthington, corner 
Lake View avenue, house do. 

Brooks Eugene D., leather, etc. (173 Sum- 
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Brooks Evelina Miss, teacher Willard pri- 
mary school, boards 830 Main 
Brooks George M., Judge of Probate and 
Insolvency, Court House, Third, house 
at Concord, Mass. 
Brooks Herbert H., ships clerk (Boston), 

boards 220 Brattle 
Brooks Hiram W., commission merchant 

(42 Arch, Boston), house 5 Dana 
Brooks Isaac Mrs., house 53 Dana 
Brooks Isaac A., house 220 Brattle 
Brooks James VV. (108 Summer, Boston), 

house 4 Berkeley 
Brooks John, box maker, b. 6 Squire's ct. 
Brooks John, treasurer (19 Exchange 

place, Boston), house 67 Sparks 
Brooks J. Mason, clerk (35 Broad, Boston) 

house 28 Inmau 
Brooks John W., carpenter, h. 138 Spring 
Brooks Matthew, carpenter, h. 204 Harvard 
Brooks Michael, bootmaker, boards 99 

Brookliue 
Brooks Nathaniel P., office 221 Bridge, 

boards at Boston 
Brooks Patrick, marble worker A. Mc- 
Donald, Mt. Auburn, house foot of 

McDonald, beyond railroad 
Brooks Sumner J., house 119 North av. 
Brooks Susan E. Mrs., house 13 Tremont 
Brooks Sylvanus F., real estate, 359 Main, 

rooms do. 
Brooks William, at (P. O., B.), h. 830 Main 
Brooks William F., marble worker A. Mc- 
Donald, boards Patrick Brooks', foot 

of McDonald 
Brooks Wm. H. Mrs., house 318 Harvard 
Broom heade Mark, coffee dealer, house 

214 Columbia [Hampshire 

Brophy Timothy, city laborer, house 190 
Brosnahan John F., mason, h. 63 Spruce 
Brosnahan Thomas P., laborer, house 140 

Spruce 
Brosnahan Timothy, laborer, h. 5 Jackson 
Brostrom Ernest, at Buss Molding Co., 

house at Boston 
Brouobton George, at Riverside Press, 

boards 115 Western avenue 
Brouillard Alphonse, coffin maker, 

house 2^1 Cambridge 
Broussard Joseph, foreman S. M. Cof- 

ran's brick-yard, house Vassal lane 
Brousseau Alexander, h. rear 124 Spruce 
Brousseau Charles, laborer, h. 124 Spruce 
Brower Walter S., baker, 502 Main, house 

22 Green 
Brown Aaron, driver U. R. Co. 
Brown AbbyS. Mrs., house 13 Pleasant 
Brown Abram, tinsmith, 191 Hampshire, 

boards 381 Cambridge 
Brown Albert (Brown, Murphy & Thorn- 
dike), window-shades, Blanche and 

(46 Temple place, B.), house 34 Amory 
Brown Albert, waiter Memorial Hall, 

house 40 Hastings 
Brown Albert H., shade painter, Blanche, 

boards 34 Amory 
Brown Albert H., clerk, boards 34 Amory 



Brown Alvah W., cigars, tobacco, etc., 175 

Cambridge, house at W. Somerville 
Brown Alvin B., teamster, house 74 Wash- 
ington 
Brown Amos, laborer, house 70 Harvard 
Brown Angie A. Miss, house 53 Norfolk 
Brown Archie, laborer, house 34 Willow 
Brown Artemus Z., principal assessor, dis- 
trict 2 and 4, office City Hall, house 
57 Magazine 
Brown Arthur D., jig-sawyer (103 Merri- 

mac, B.), house 8 Salem 
Brown A. C, student H. U., rooms 17 Fel- 

ton building 
Brown A. J. Mrs., house 248 North av. 
Brown Bevely, hostler U. R. Co., Duns- 

ter, house 104; Elmer 
Brown Bristol, waiter, house 39 Winsor 
Brown Charles, carpenter John Reardon 

& Sons, house 4 Allston 
Brown Charles, cigar-maker (B.), house 

137 Pearl 
Brown Charles, driver, rooms 10 Cottage 
Brown Charles, laborer, house 59 Cherry 
Brown Charles A., police station 1, house 

16 Bowdoin [Mead 
Brown Charles E., cracker peddler, h. 20 
Brown Charles F., at 139 Broadway, bds. 

181 Harvard 
Brown Charles H. , gardener, house Hol- 

lis, corner Spruce [coin 

Brown Chas. H., baker, 15 River,b. 11 Lin- 
Brown Charles J., student H. U., rooms 

17 Dunster 

Brown Daniel, wheelwright, etc., 5 Palm- 
er, house 14 Appian-way 
Brown Daniel, mason, boards 430 Main 
Brown Daniel L. Mrs., house 65 North av. 
Brown David, laborer, house 70 Second 
Brown D ivid. laborer, h. 122 Broadway 
Brown Dennis, fireman, house 4 Dickinson 
Brown Edgar, at 502 Main, bds. 82 Green 
Brown Edgar, machinist, 368 Main 
Brown Edward, laborer (Navy Yard, 

Charlestown), house rear 40 Vine 
Brown Edward J., dry goods (58 and 60 

Green, B.), house 6 Brookline 
Brown Edward P , musician, h. 37 Mellen 
Brown Edwin, teamster, h. 1 Dickinson 
Brown Eliza, widow of Peter, house 163 

Columbia 
Brown Elizabeth C, widow, h. 6 Daye ct. 
Brown Eliza F\, widow of Horace W., 

house 307 Broadway [coin 

Brown Ernest, at 139 Broadway, b. 11 Lin- 
Brown Evan (20 Milk, Boston), boards 48 

Brattle 
Brown Francis W., express and jobbing, 

house 11 Lincoln 
Brown Frank P., conductor U. R. Co. 
Brown Fred A., clerk, 497 Main, boards 

206 Harvard [ton 

Brown Fred H., clerk, 502 Main, h. 4 Alls- 
Brown Frederic M., clerk (177 and 181 

Congress, B.), boards 8 Walden 
Brown George D., janitor Central square 

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Brown George E., electro typer University 

Press, boards 29 William 
Brown George F., salesman (428 Atlantic 

avenue, B.), house 29 Mellen 
Brown George Wm., student H. U., rooms 

43 College House 
Brown Gilbert, carpenter, h. r. 9 Sargent 
Brown Honora, widow of Philip, house 34 

Charles 
Brown Inglis H., foreman of wood work- 
ing machines, 13 Broadway, house 32 

Elfery 
Brown Irving W., bottler (44 Clinton, B.), 

house 25 Decatur 
Brown Irving W. Mrs., dressmaker, 25 

Decatur, house do. 
Brown James, driver, 15 Gore, boards 161 

Columbia 
Brown James, laborer, house 39 Somerset 
Brown James, laborer, h. 7 Camden place 
Brown James, stone-cutter, 43 Main, 

house 161 Columbia 
Brown James C, proof-reader Riverside 

Press, house 18 Florence 

BROWN JAMES E., carpenter, 
Columbia, corner Hampshire, and ice, 
119 Columbia, house 83 Columbia 
Brown James H., boiler-maker, 92 Main, 

house 73 River 
Brown James R., butcher-knife mnfr., 

Third, near Broad Canal, house do. 
Brown Joel W. (Burnett & Brown), Third, 

near Gas Works, house at Melrose 
Brown John, laborer, bds. 163 Columbia 
Brown John, spring maker, 12 Gore, house 

at Lexington 
Brown John, boards 2 Percy place 
Brown John C, teamster Mt. Auburn 

cemetery, boards 7 Camden place 
Brown John G., iron and steel (69 Pur- 
chase, B.), house Irving, n. Kirkland 
Brown John H., cigar-maker, house 35 

Pleasant 
Brown John N., tailor, house 40Winthrop 
Brown John S , cracker dealer, h. 15 Perry 
Brown Joseph, tinner, house 2L Front 
Brown Joseph A., piano-maker (B.), bds. 

21 Front 
Brown Joseph H., potter, Crescent ave- 
nue, boards Porter's Hotel 
Brown Justus A., piano-maker, Rhoades' 

building, State, house at Boston 
Brown Kenipton, cooper, bds. 28 Union 
Brown Lyman A., hack driver, 120 Green, 
house 652 do. [Green 

Brown Margaret, widow of Wm., h. 148 
Brown Mary, widow of Patrick, house 91 

Tremont 
Brown Mary A. Miss, teacher Sargent 
primary school, boards 91 Columbia 
Brown Mary E., widow of Evan, boarding- 
house, 48 Brattle 
Brown Mary F.Miss,sub teacher (Boston), 
rooms 78 Magazine [pi. 

Brown Mary J., carpet sewer, h. 2 Percy 
Brown Mary M., widow of John R., house 
417 Broadway 



Brown Michael, cooper, house 24 Vine 

Brown Murphy & Thomdike (Albert 
Brown, Philip F. Murphy and Ed- 
ward O. Thorndike), window shade 
mnfrs., Blanche, and store (46 Temple 
place. B.) 

Brown Otis S. (Otis S. Brown & Co.), Ill 
Bridge, house 29 Second 

Brown Otis S. & Co. (Otis S.Brown. Hiram 
N. Hutchinson, and Frank H. Mar- 
shall), flour, grain, etc., Ill Bridge 

Brown Patience Miss, house 24 Front 

Brown Patrick A., truckman, house 5 
Con Ion court 

Brown Patrick EL, jeweler, h. 64 Broadway 

Brown Rob'tC, watchman Boston Stamp- 
ing Co., house 57 Cherry 

Brown Sam'l E., engraver (2v»9 Washing- 
ton, B.), house8Walden 

Brown Sam'l E. jr., agent (75 Pearl, B. ), 
boards 8 Walden 

Brown Sarah H., widow of Freeman G., 
house 37 Mellen 

Brown Schuyler L., surveyor Mt. Auburn 
cemetery, house at Watertown 

Brown Silas B. Mrs., house 15 Brown 

Brown Wilbur V., assistant at Observa- 
tory, house 48 Concord avenue 
BROWN WILLARD T (Willard T. 
Brown & Co.), grocer, 497 Main, house 
206 Harvard 

BROWN WILLARD T. & CO., 
(Willard T. Brown), grocers, 497 Main 
Brown William, coachman, 192 North av., 

boards rear 2 White 
Brown William, laborer, house 81 Charles 
Biown William, laborer, h. 104 Webster av. 

BROWN WILLIAM F., printer, 
(218Franklin, B.), house 14 Park 
Brown William H., mason, h. 110 Harvard 
Brown Wm. H., porter Memorial Hall, 

house 13 Elmer |h. 22 East 

Brown Wm. H., teamster John M. Woods, 
Brown Wm. H., secretary Balance Valve 

Water Meter Co. (242 Washington, B.), 

boards 65 North avenue 
Brown Wm. P., bookkeeper A. H. Hews & 

Co., Crescent av., boards 15 Worcester 
Brown Wm. S., baker (99 Prince, B.), house 

94 Hancock [Hastings 

Brown William Wilson, laborer, house 73 
Brown W. B., conductor U. R. Co. 
Browne Benjamin A., provisions, 290 

Broadway, house 64 Antrim 
Browne Samuel W., hairdresser,H Brattle, 

boards 5 Story 
Browne see Brown 
Browning Fannie P. Miss, teacher Corlett 

primary school, boards at Belmont 
Browning Francis, foreman of tin-smiths, 

153 Putnam avenue, house 167 do. 
Browning John S. (117 Franklin, B.), bds. 

167 Putnam av. [rear 23 Fifth 

Browning Margaret, widow of Thomas, h. 
Browning Walter E., telescope maker Al- 

van Clark & Sons, Henry, house 12 

Western avenue 



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Brownlee Annie E. Mrs., house 66 Dana 
Brownlow Joseph, house 16 Perry 
Brownlow Wm. A., lawyer (27 Court, B.), 

boards 16 Perry 
Bruce Samuel C, house 394 Main 
Brum Antoino E., hairdresser, 101 Cam- 
bridge, house at Somerville 
Brunquist Eric P.. piauo maker, 624 Main, 

house 276 Pearl 
Brunt Wm., milkman, house 13 Willard 
Brunt Wm. jr., driver milk wagon, boards 

13 Willard 
Brusch Bernard, ale, beer, etc., and board- 
ing-house, 1 Washington, house do. 
Bryant Amos G., laborer, h. 3 Madison 
Bryant Benj. R., com. mer. (50 North Mar- 
ket. B ), house 11 Tremont 
Bryant Frank, agent (35 Congress, room 

23, B.), house 37 Coggswell avenue 
Bryant Frank L.. driver U. R. Co., b. 15 Eliot 
Bryant George, cooper, bds. 1 Washington 
Bryant Hervey S., conductor U. R. Co., 

house at Somerville 

Bryant John S., student H. U., rooms 16 

Oxford [h. 99 Prospect 

Bryant Jos. A., paper ruler (82 State, B.), 

Bryant Lewis H., sewing-machine agent, 

house 1 Norfolk 
Bryant Lewis L., physician, 1 Norfolk, 
house do. [Eliot 

Bryant Lucy E., widow of John, house 15 
Bryant William H , clerk (B. P. O.). bds. 
648 Cambridge [Thayer Hall 

Bryant William S., student H. U., rooms 6 
Bryant William T (Custom House, B.), 

house 648 Cambridge 
Buchanan Edward, helper, 356 Main, bds. 

21 School 

Buchanan John, teamster W. T. Richard- 
son & Co., house 30 Charles River 

Buchanan Mary A., widow of Daniel, 
house 95^ Harvard 

Buchanan Wm. H., driver U. R. Co., house 

22 Brighton 

Buck Abijah R., machinist, 162 Broad- 
way, house 50 Winsor 
Buck Charles C, h. Mill, foot of Holyoke 
Buck Charles W. Rev., h. 421 Broadway 
Buck David S. Mrs., house 16 Holyoke 
Buck Henry L., express, order box 432 
Harvard, and (38 Broad, B.), house 16 
Holyoke 
Buck James, compositor Riverside Press, 

house at Allston 
Buck Lucius A., molder H. M. Bird, Pel- 
ham, house 14 Market 
Buck Silas B., house 70 Thorndike 
Buck Silas E., bookkeeper, 211 Bridge, 

house 60 Otis 
Buck Susan E., widow, h. 284 Broadway 
Buckingham Silas H., iron founder (West 
Dedham), house Cambridge, corner 
Ellsworth avenue 
Buckland Georgiana C. Mrs., lodging- 
house, 25 Holyoke 
Buckley Benjamin R., student Divinity 
school H. U., rooms 15 Divinity Hall 



Buckley Catherine, widow, h. 9 Jefferson 
Buckley Charles F., cutter, bds. 27 Vine 
Buckley Cornelius, driver, 249 Cambridge, 

boards 37 Jefferson 
Buckley Daniel, laborer, house 128 Web- 
ster avenue 
Buckley Daniel, laborer, house 9 Short 
Buckley Daniel, boards 30 Vine 
Buckley Daniel A., real estate and insur- 
ance agent, and editor and proprie- 
tor Cambridge News, 547 Main, house 
278 Harvard 
Buckley Daniel F., grease collector, bds. 

131 Webster avenue 
Buckley Ellen, widow of Jas., h. 24 Vine 
Buckley Ellen, widow of John, boards 

Laura J. Sias', Auburn rJace 
Buckley Hannah, widow of Timothy, h. 

131 Webster avenue 
Buckley James, currier, house rear 7 Fifth 
Buckley James, laborer, h. 277 Cambridge 
Buckley James, boards 30 Vine 
Buckley James, laborer, house 25 Third 
Buckley Jeremiah, laborer, h. 51 Amory 
Buckley John, laborer, house Howard, 

corner Kinnaird 
Buckley John, laborer, h. 36 Charles River 
Buckley John Mrs., saloon, 147 Bridge, 

house 2 Short 
Buckle v John J., clerk, 253 Cambridge, 

boards 131 Webster avenue 
Buckley Mary, widow of Owen E., house 

37 Jefferson 
Buckley Michael, teamster, h. 35 Jefferson 
Buckley Nellie, dressmaker, house 131 

Webster aveuue 
Buckley Patrick, boiler-maker, 72 Main 
Buckley Patrick, peddler, house 122 Elm 
Buckley Rebecca, widow, h. 36 Charles 

River 
Buckley Thomas, blacksmith, boards 25 

Cowperthwaite 
Buckley Timothy, stone-cutter, h. 27 Vine 
Buckley Walter, waiter Memorial Hall, 
rooms 5 Elmer [bridge 

Buckman Aaron A., teamster, h. 31 Cam- 
Buckman Austin, trimmer, 162 Broadway, 

house at Woburn 
Buckman Caleb P., traveling salesman 

(17 Franklin, B.), house 8 Cottage 
Buckman Charles E., adv. agt. (545 Wash- 
ington, B.), house 2 Boardman place 
Buckman Henry, clergyman, house 32 

Hastings 
Bucknell Kate B. Mrs., house 44 Brighton 
Bucldem Wm. L., wood-carver, h. 176 Gore 
Buell Rufus W., machinist, house rear 

123 Elm 
Buffura Ferdinand M., bell-hanger, 648 
Main, and sexton First Methodist 
church, and janitor Dana and Felton 
primary schools, house 8 Temple 
Buffum James II., bookkeeper, 651 Main, 
boards 101 Norfolk [Norfolk 

Buffum James L., paper-hanger, h. 101 
Buffum Walter N., law student H. U., 
rooms 42 Holyoke House 



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BUGBEE JOHN B. (Holt & Bug- 
bee), hard wood lumber, 17 East and 

(173 Friend and 84 Canal, B.), house 

at Boston 
Buker Cyrus W., printer Riverside Press, 

boards 105 Putnam avenue 
Bulfinch Stephen G. Mrs., rms. 25 Church 
Bulkley Benjamin R., proctor H. U.,rms. 

15 Divinity Hall 
Bull Ole Mrs., house Elmwood avenue, 

corner Mt. Auburn 
Bullard Asa Rev., house 22 Centre 
Bullard D. Webster, clerk (3 Court House, 

B.), house 72 Allston 
Bullard Enoch H., organ action maker, 

621 Main, house 72 Allston 

BULLA KD JOHN C, cashier Cam- 
bridge National Bank, 87 Cambridge, 

house 19 Bigelow 
Bullard John E., student H. XL, rooms 29 

Gray's Hall 
Bullard Joseph O., pottery (Western av., 

Brighton), rooms 23 Magazine 
Bullard Mary A. Mrs., house 378 Harvard 
Bullard Mary L. Miss, teacher Holmes 

primary school, boards 378 Harvard 

BULLARD WILLARD A., cash- 
ier First National Bank, Main, corner 
Prospect, house 7(11 Main 
Bullard William H., engineer, 153 Putnam 

avenue, house 154 Pleasant 
Bullen Alvin A., letter carrier Cambridge 
post office, 7 Harvard row, boards 90 
Norfolk 

Bullock Charles (Bullock & Sawyer), den- 
tist, 569 Main, house 265 North av. 

Bullock Herbert, at 139 Broadway, boards 
51 Market 

Bullock Laban, house 51 Walden 

Bullock Newton B., clerk Home Savings 
Bank (184 Treinont, B.), b. 4 Prospect 

Bullock Otis S., machinist, 179 Broadway, 
house 5 Hancock place 

Bullock Warren L., machinist, 179 Broad- 
way, house 51 Market 

Bullock & Sawyer (Charles Bullock and 
Albert J. Sawyer), dentists. 569 Main 

Bulmer Annie M., widow of John, house 
Hotel Clark 

Bulmer Edward, laborer, house foot of 
Coggswell avenue 

Bunker Abbie H. Miss, dressmaker, house 
14 Sidney 

Bunker Frederic S., student H. U., boards 
1 Revere [14 Sidney 

Bunker Georgie C. Miss, seamstress, h. 

Bunker Laura E. Miss, bookkeeper ( Attle- 
boro), house 14 Sidney 

Bunker NathM W., carpenter, h. 6 Beech 

Bunker William, house 14 Sidney 

Bunnell Benjamin, carpenter, house 134 
Thorndike 

Bunton George W., cashier (67 Summer, 
B.), house Washington avenue, cor- 
ner Foxcroft 

Bunton Wm. A., wholesale grocer (276 
Franklin, B.), house 36 Mt. Auburn 



Burbank Edwin A., discount clerk North 
National Bank (214 Devonshire, B. ), 
house 38 Shepard 
Burbank George, traveling salesman, 

boards 156 Harvard 
Burbank Hannah F. Mrs., house 874 Main 
Burbeck George D., laborer, house 5 

Kiverside place 
Burch James M., student H. U., rooms 55 

Thayer Hall 
Burch Stephen L., harness-maker, Cam- 
bridge, junc. Bridge, boards at Boston 
Burchmore Frank, cabinet maker, 54 

Bridge, boards at Charlestown 
Burdakin Arthur L., oil-dealer, h. 6 Sixth 
Burdakin Jonn C, janitor Court House, 

house 56 Fifth 
Burdakin Joseph, musician (282 Wash- 
ington, B.), house 7 Sixth 
Burdell Frank, cooper, house 128 Gore 
Burdett George A., student H. U., rooms 

26 Garden 
Burdett John, blacksmith, h. 131 Third 
Burditt LaRoy S., tuner, 162 Broadway, 

house 60 Magazine 
Burditt, see Burdett [Sidney 

Burger Wm R., baker, 3 Austin, house 60 
Burgess Albert L., reed-board maker, 162 

Broadway, boards 223 Harvard 
Burgess Amasa, wood molder, Rhoades 

building, State, house at Boston 
Burgess Arthur J., medical student H. U., 

boards 14 Salem 
Burgess Chandler W., burnisher(B.), bds. 

14 Salem 
Burgess Daniel, laborer, h. 108 Kinnaird 
Burgess Elizabeth S., widow of Wm. D., 

house 20 Union 
Burgess Ellen M., widow of John T., h. 

78 Franklin 
Burgess George A., clerk (225 Congress, 

B.), house 78 Franklin 
Burgess James, watchman, h. 172 Norfolk 
Burgess John E., clerk (451 Washington, 

B.), house 78 Franklin 
Burgess William, teamster, h. 14 Salem 
Burgess Wm. H., reed-board maker, 162 

Broadway, house 8 State 
Burgher John C, engineer J. H. Eames, 

foot Pacific, boards 25 Sidney 
Burgun John B., currier, house Harris, 

2d on left from Oxford 
Burgwyn Jas. C, carpenter, h. 54 Brattle 
Burk Hannah, widow, house 55 Charles 
Burke Adelbert, carpenter, b. 3 Austin pi. 
Burke Andrew, case-maker, 162 Broad- 
way, house 94 Vine 
Burke Augusta, widow, h. 3 Austin place 
Burke Bryan, laborer, house 12 Andrew 
Burke Charles E., cooper, house 15 Vine 
Burke Daniel A., hostler, b. 66 Thorndike 
Burke Edward, boards 52 Charles 
Burke Edward J., confectioner, boards 45 

Cambridge 
Burke Ellen, wid. of James, h. r. 27 Vine 
Burke Eugene, teamster, house 138 Elm 
Burke Frank E., laborer, house 34 Second 



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Burke George H., waiter, bds. 2 Sceva pi. 
Burke James, farmer (Grantville), house 

59 Auburn 
Burke James, hostler,house 66 Thorndike 
Burke James, laborer Riverside Press, 

boards 23 Somerset [Harrison 

Burke James, machinist, 368 Main, bds. 2 
Burke James J., driver (39 Court sq., B.), 

boards 66 Thorndike 
Burke Johanna, wid..'b. 137 Webster av 
Burke John, brass-finisher, 368 Main, 

house 2 Harrison [pi. 

Burke John, tailor, 501 Main, h. 2 Sceva 
Burke John, laborer, house 267 Cambridge 
Burke John, wood carver, house 6 Third 
Burke John, laborer, house 23 Somerset 
Burke Lawrence, carriage-smith, 270 

North avenue, boards 42 Spruce 
Burke L., candy maker, 282 Broadway 
Burke Margaret, widow of Edward, house 

52 Charles 
Burke Martha E., widow of John H. G., 

house 45 Cambridge 
Burke Mary, widow of Patrick, house 

rear 15 Hancock 
Burke Michael, laborer John Reardon & 

Sons, boards 13 Valentine 
Burke Nicholas, tinman, 153 Putnam av., 

boards 42 Fairmont 
Burke Nicholas F., clerk (112 Canal, B.), 

boards 66 Thorndike 
Burke Patrick, printer (6 Williams court, 

B.), boards 196 Cambridge 
Burke Patrick, rubber-worker, house 44 

Broadway 
Burke Robert P., eating-saloon (45 South 

Market, B.), boards 97 Norfolk 
Burke Thomas, carriage-painter, 178 North 

avenue, house at Somerville 
Burke Thomas, laborer at Chemical Works, 

boards 141 Gore 
Burke Thomas, laborer, house 7 Reed 
Burke William, lather, h. 103 Brookline 
Burleigh Emily A., widow of John A., h. 

85 Brattle 
Burleigh Jacob N., flour (26 Congress sq., 

B), house 32 Putnam avenue 
Burleigh Thomas W., driver U. R. Co., 

boards Baldwin street station 
Burnell Lyman G., broker (25 Congress, 

Boston), house 11 Sacramento 
Burnett Charles H., clerk, 203 North ave- 
nue, boards 46 Holyoke 
Burnett Frank W., hack-driver, Church, 

house 14 Eliot 
Burnett Frederick A., driver S a win's ex- 
press, boards 46 Holyoke 
Burnett James (Burnett & Brown), ma- 
chine blacksmith, Third, near Gas 

Works, house at Somerville 
Burnett Lewis, house 46 Holyoke 
Burnett Mary, widow of Daniel, house 1 

Hannum's block, rear 114 Broadway 
Burnett & Brown (James Burnett and 

Joel W. Brown), machine blacksmiths, 

Third, near Gas Works, and (22 Bow- 

ker, Boston) 



Burnham Charles T., piano action maker, 
Rhoades bldg., State, b. 87 Plymouth 

BURNHAM EDWARD, auction- 
eer, insurance and real estate ageut, 

623 Main, house 68 Inman 
Burnham Henry D., laborer, h. 29 Warren 
Burnham John C, agent, house 119 Mount 

Auburn 
Burnham John F„ clerk (44 Howard, 

Boston), house 64 Fairmont 
Burnham Lam on t G. (L. G. Burnham '& 

Co.), 221 Bridge, and (132 Charles, 

B.), house 166 West Newton, Boston 

BURNHAM L. G. & CO. (Lamont 
G. Burnham and Herbert T. Law- 
rence), coal, wood, lime, etc.. 221 
Bridge, and (132 Charles. Chester Park, 
near Swett, office, 75 State, Boston) 
Burnham Marion H. Miss, teacher Web- 
ster grammar school, bds. 68 Inman 
Burnham Robert, teamster, h. 146 Charles 
Burnham Sarah A., widow of George A., 
house 32 Clark [bridge 

Burnham Sarah M. Miss, rooms 80 Cam- 
Burnham William H., roof painter, house 

32 Kinnaird 
Burnham William Henry, student H. U., 

rooms 7 College House 
Burns Bridget, wid. of John, h. r. 507 Main 
Burns Catharine, widow of Andrew,house 

4 Rogers block, Washington 
Burns Catharine, widow of Bernard, house 

12 East 
Burns Charles E., clerk (49 Atlantic ave- 
nue, Boston), house 127 Auburn 
Burns Daniel, hostler, 565£ Main, boards 

20 Hayes court 
Burns David, laborer, h. 7 Cowperthwaite 
Burns David, wire worker (Brighton ave- 
nue, Boston), boards 7 Gordon place 
Burns David jr., laborer, boards 7 Cow- 
perthwaite 
Burns David F., clerk, 15 Sparks, b. 13 do. 
Burns David F., carpenter, 144 Green, 
house 7 Magee [bia 

Burns Edward J, laborer, h. 210 Colum- 
Burns Edward J., tin peddler, house 16 

Decatur 
Burns James, wire worker (Brighton ave- 
nue, Boston), boards 7 Gordon place 
Burns James, teamster Goepper Brothers, 

boards rear 142 Thorndike 
Burns James, laborer, house 9 Hannum's 
block, Broadway [Harding 

Burns James J., meat inspector, house 10 
Burns Jeremiah, laborer, h. 21 Cambridge 
Burns Jeremiah, laborer, house 4 Line- 

han block, Third 
Burns John, fish (49 Atlantic avenue, 

Boston), house 51 Green 
Burns John, laborer, h. r. 382 Cambridge 
Burns John, laborer, h. 4 Rogers block 
Burns John, waiter (173 Tremont, Bos- 
ton, house 108 Tremont 
Burns John, glass-cutter, h. 224 Bridge 
Burns John, laborer, house 12 Short 
Burns John, laborer, boards 23 Brighton 



M. F. TRACY, No. 74 Brighton Street, Cambridge 
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Burns John, hostler, 565i Main, boards 20 

Hayes court 
Burns John F., shoemaker (Boston), house 

4 Rogers block, Washington 
Burns John J., baker, house 169 Norfolk 
Burns Julia, widow of .John, house 10 Pine 
Bums Malachi, butcher, h. 107 Tremont 
Burns Mary, widow of Thomas, house 106 
Kinnaird [perthwaite 

Burns Michael D., laborer, boards 7 Cow- 
Bums Nelson, laborer, h. r. 117 Columbia 
Burns Patrick, laborer, house 4 Roger's 

block, Washington 
Burns Patrick, laborer U. R. Co., boards 

271 Cambridge 
Burns Patrick, laborer, boards 12 East 
Burns Patrick, shoemaker, 68 Norfolk, 

house at Arlington 
Burns Peter, provisions, 2 Cowperthwaite, 

house do. 
Burns Robert, carpenter, h. 54 Waverly 
Burns Stephen J. Mrs., preserver of flow- 
ers, house 57 Plymouth 
Burns Thomas, grocer, 101 Fourth, h. do. 
Burns Thomas, driver, 3 Hampshire, 

house 69 Brookline 
Burns Thomas, laborer, h. 281 Cambridge 
Burns Thomas, at 3 Hampshire 
Burns Timothy, laborer, house 7 Cow- 
perthwaite 
Burns Timothy, provisions, 15 Sparks, 
ales, etc., 249 Mt. Auburn, h. 13 Sparks 
Burns William J., slipper-maker (57 High, 

Boston), house A, 122 Spring 
Burnside Robert, teamster, 169 Gore, 

house 95 do. 
Burpbacher Frederick, caterer (B.), house 

24 Sacramento 
Burpee B. Frank, boards 32 Tremont 
Burpee Eliphalet, mason, h. 32 Tremont 
Burpee Jos. E. Mrs., house 149 Prospect 
Burpee Samuel W. Mrs., h. 42 Antrim 
Burr Charles H., student H. U., boards 24 

Clinton 
Burr Henrv W., supt. American Rubber 

Mill, house 24 Clinton 
Burr Lemuel, hairdresser and carpet beat- 
er, 445 Main, house 45 Hampshire 
Burr Lemuel D., waiter, b. 45 Hampshire 
Burr Mary M., hair-worker, 45 Hampshire, 
house do. [Hampshire 

Burr Sally, widow of Seymour, house 47 
Burr Samuel B., laborer, h. 46 DeWolf 
Burr William H., clerk (63 Summer, Bos- 
ton), boards 24 Clinton 
Burr Winthrop M., student H. U., boards 

78 Mount Auburn 
Burrage Albert C, student H. U., rooms 

25 Thayer Hall 
Burrage Brothers (Josiah K. and Frederic 
E. Burrage), 13 Broadway, cor. Third 
Burrage Caroline T. Miss, house 9 Amory 
Burrage Frederic E. (Burrage Brothers), 
Broadway, cor. Third, b. 91 Prospect 
Burrage George D., student H. U., rooms 

30 Thayer Hall 
Burrage Harriet L., wid. of T. F., h. 13 Jay 



Bun-age Henry T.. engineer and surveyor 

City Engineer's office, City Hall, house 

13 Jay 
Burrage Josiah Mrs., house 91 Prospect 
Burrage Josiah K". (Burrage Brothers), 

Broadway, cor. Third, h. 6 Fayette 
Burrage Walter L., student H. U., rooms 

57 Matthews Hall 
Burrage William E., clerk (67 Summer, B.), 

boards 13 Jay 
Burrage William W., lawyer (33 School, 

B.), house 10 Fayette 
Burrill George B., driver U. R. Co., house 

69 Mt. Auburn 
Burrill Increase S., shoemaker, 37 Clark, 

house 365 Main 
Burrill John W., hairdresser, 173 North 

avenue, boards Porter's Hotel 
Burroughs Charles H., hack-driver, house 

24 Farwell place 
Burroughs Edward A. (Burroughs & Co.), 

express, 566 Main, boards 2 Village 
Burroughs George L. (Burroughs & Co.), 

express, 566 Main, house 2 Village 
Burroughs Leonard, house 2 Village 
Burroughs & Co. (Edward A. and George 

L. Burroughs), express, 546 Main, and 

(71 North, B.) 
Burrowes Thomas R., blacksmith, 496 

Main, house Magazine, cor. Franklin 
Burrowes William T., sewing-machine 

agent, 647 Main, boards Thomas R. 

Burowes', Magazine 
Burt Charles D., student H. U., rooms 44 

Matthews Hall 
Burt Charles H., mason, house 73 Spring 
Burt Seth F., butter, cheese, etc. (24 F. H. 

market, B. ), house 29 Western avenue 
Burton Anson (A. & E. Burton & Co.), 

brush mnfrs., 12 Gore, and (21 Ex- 
change, B.), house at South Lancaster 
Burton A. & E. & Co. (Anson and Ezra 

Burton and Frank H. Carter), brush 

mnfrs., 12 Gore, and (21 Exchange, B.) 
Burton Carrie I. Miss, singer, boards 96 

Thorndike 
Burton Clara, widow, house 43 Cottage 
Burton Edward, brass-instrument maker 

(B.), house 96 Thorndike 
Burton Edward H., clerk (41 Broad, B.), 

boards 96 Thorndike 
Burton Ezra (A. & E. Burton & Co.) 

brush mnfr., 12 Gore, and (21 Ex- 
change, B. ), house at South Lancaster 
Burton Frank E., painter, house Holwor- 

thy, near Corlett school 
Burton Frederick R., student H. U., rms. 

58 Mt. Auburn 
Burton Henry E., letter carrier P. O., 7 

Harvard square, house 9 DeWolf 
Burton Joseph S., coal agent (20 Exchange 

place, B.), house 65 Pearl 
Burton Laura A., widow, h. 104 Norfolk 
Burton Lizzie M. Miss, vocalist, boards 96 

Thorndike 
Burton Mary E. Miss, vocalist, boards 96 

Thorndike 



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Burton Robert, blacksmith, h. 20 Coggs- 

well avenue 
Busch John W., gardener, h. 2 Hastings 
Busch William, at 139 Broadway, boards 2 
Hastings [Plymouth 

Bush Maria, widow of Samuel, house 10 
Bush Mary K., teacher Allstoq grammar 

school, boards 13^ Washington 

Bush Walter N., student H. U., rooms 57 

Matthews Hall [shire 

Bush Washington, laborer, h. 41 Hamp- 

Buskirk Chas. V., wheelwright, 478 Main, 

house at Somerville 
Buskirk Samuel V., wheelwright, 232 

North avenue, h. Regent, 1st on left 
Busnach Henry, hairdresser, 574 Main, 

boards 11 Watson 
Busnach Michael S., constable, collector, 
and cigar mnfr., 576 Main,h. 1 1 Watson 
Busnach Samuel, hairdresser, 574 Main, 

house 11 Lopez 
Busnach Solomon M., cigar maker, 576 

Main, boards 11 Watson 
Bussey Edward B., action maker. 162 

Broadway, boards 4 Rockwell 
Butcher Charles, parquetry flooring (61 
Haverhill, B. ), house Lake View av- 
enue, near Pumping station 
Butland John C. F. ( Butland & Son), ex- 
press. 601 Main, boards 307 Pearl 
Butland Uriah (Butland & Son), express, 
order box 601 Main (25 Merchants 
row, B. ), house 307 Pearl 
Butland & Son (Uriah and John C. F. 
Butland), express, order box, 601 
Main, and (25 Merchants row, B.) 
Butler Alfred M. S., traveling salesman 
(400 Washington, B. ), house Lake 
View avenue, 2d on left 
Butler Allan M., student H. U., rooms 35 

Matthews Hall 
Butler Catherine A., widow of John, house 

139 Cambridge 
Butler Daniel, stone-cutter, h. 12 Harrison 
Butler George W., engineer, 54 Bridge, 

house 26£ River 
Butler Harriet T., widow of Henry M., h. 

59 Hastings 
Butler Malachi, gardener, h. 9 Baldwin ct. 
Butler Martha H. Miss, teacher Otis pri- 
mary school, boards 2 Frost 
Butler Mary, widow of David, house 141 
Franklin [Broadway 

Butler Mary, widow of John, house 161£ 
Butler Mary A. Miss, teacher St. Mary's 

parochial school, bds. 129 Prospect 
Butler Mary H., widow of Samuel, house 

2 Frost 
Butler Matthew P., shipping clerk, 502 

Main, boards 129 Prospect 
Butler Michael, mason, house 72 Gore 
Butler Patrick, foreman, 502 Main, house 

129 Prospect 
Butler Patrick, laborer, house off Concord 

av., near Tudor Co.'s ice house 
Butler Pierce, coppersmith, 153 Putnam 
avenue, house 22 Somerset 



Butler Richard, printer (23S Washington, 

B. ), boards 72 Gore 
Butler Robert G., student H. U., rooms 

31 Holyoke House 
Butler Roberts., porter, house 43 Market 
Butterfield Charles M.,h. 155* Cambridge 
Butterfield David W., photographer, 573 

Main, house at Boston 
Butterfield Geo. A., produce (73 South 

Market, B.), house 106 Prospect 

BUTTKRFIELD JOHN H., pro- 
visions, 86 Cambridge, rooms 84 do. 

Butlers George W., provisions, 194 Cam- 
bridge, house 107 Otis 

Butters John W., painter, 147 Columbia, 
house do. 

Butterworth Robert, foreman, 10 Arrow, 
house 22 DeWolf 

Buttrick Anne E. Miss, house 801 Main 

Buttrick Charles E., carriage painter, 232 
North av., boards 11 Mead 

Buttrick Charles F., carpenter, h. 11 Mead 

Buttrick Elizabeth G. Miss, h. 8 Norton 

Buttrick Ella E. Miss, teacher Webster 
grammar school, boards 5 Frost 

Buxton Addison A., tube board maker, 
162 Broadway, bds. 4 Fairmont av. 

Buxton Charles B., fish and oysters, 638 
Main, house 5 Soden 

Buxton Charles R., action maker, 113 
Broadway, house at Winchester 

Buxton Jarvis C, fireman, bds. 1 Pioneer 

Buxton John C, house 1 Pioneer 

Buxton Laura,at 139 Broadway ,h. 33 Pearl 

Buzzell David, machinist, 54 Bridge, 
house at Boston 

Buzzell Geo. W., teamster, 153 Putnam 
avenue, house 151 do. 

Byard Edward, carpenter, h. 31 Winthrop 

Byard Joseph W., carpenter, 113 Broad- 
way, boards 75 Franklin 

Byard Wm. J., clerk, 1 Holyoke, boards 
31 Winthrop 

Byerly Wm. E., asst. professor Mathe- 
matics H. U.,rms. 20 Holworthy Hall 

Byette Louis, cornice worker, h. 7 Vine 

Byram Eben S., action maker, 113 Broad- 
way, house 92 Magazine 

Byram Joseph R., kitchen furnishing 
goods (11 Essex, B.), h. 92 Magazine 

Byrne Catherine, widow, grocer, 10 Fos- 
ter, house do. 

Byrne James, student H. U., rooms 53 
Weld Hall 

Byrne John B., trimmer, 162 Broadway, 
house at Charlestown 

Byrne Joseph S. H., house 19£ Fifth 

Byrne Laurence, packer, 162 Broadway, 
house at Charlestown 

Byrne Thos., grocer, 19 Fifth, h. 19£ do. 

Byrne Timothy J., carpenter, h. 14 Suffolk 

Byrnes Edward, tailor, 623 Main, house 
at Brighton 

Byron Geo. H., foreman of carpenters, 113 
Broadway, house 4 Kinnaird 

Byron John, painter, 14 Church, boards 
15 Farwell place 



TOMBS, 



MONUMENTS & CURB1NGS, Designed and Constructed. 

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CABOT CHARLES B., foreman (Pearl, 

B. ), boards 174 Putnam avenue 
Cabot Charles H., clerk, 97 Cambridge, 

boards 33 Sixth 
Cabot Edward T., student H. U., rooms 

60 Thayer Hall [Sixth 

Cabot Fannie L., widow of Chas. H., h. 33 
Cabot Godfrey L., student H. U., rooms 

17 Weld Hall 
Cabot Henry, stone-cutter A. Parker, Gore 

wharf, house at Brighton 
Cabot Heury B., student H. U., rooms 10 

Matthews Hall 
Cabot Nellie W. Miss, cashier, 114 Cam- 

biidge, boards 33 Sixth 
Cabot Rhoda, widow of Charles, house 

174 Putnam avenue 
Cade Charles B. (J. H. Stevens & Co.), 

plumber, 634 Main, house 113 Norfolk 
Cade William B., varnisher and polisher, 

27 Park, house do. 
Cade Wm. E., varnisher, h. rear 27 Park 
Caffrey Frederic H., action maker, 624 

Main, rooms 516 do. 
Caffry Ellen Miss, dressmaker, Portland, 

corner Main, house 8 Portland 
Cahill David, laborer, house 9 Porter 
Cahill John (150 Hanover, B.), house 157 

Prospect 
Cahill John, farmer, house 17 Brown 
Cahill Matthew, laborer, h. 45 School 
Cahill Michael, laborer, house 3 Foster's 

block, 87 Main 
Cahill Patrick, laborer, house Montgom- 
ery. 1st from Spruce on left 
Cahill Patrick, laborer John Reardon & 

Sons, house 6 Allston 
Cahill William, printer, house 13 DeWolf 
Cahir Thomas F.. engineer. Belmont, cor- 
ner Reed, house opposite do. 
Caie John S., wood worker, 87 Bridge, 

boards 133 Spring 
Cain John H., clerk, 409 Cambridge, bds. 

rear 108 Tremont 
Cain Thomas, lard refiner Niles Bros., 

house rear 108 Tremont 
Cain, see Kane 
Cairns Chas., case maker, 162 Broadway, 

boards 105 Hampshire 
Cairns John, at 162 Broadway, house 105 

Hampshire [shire 

Cairns Michael M., carpenter,h. 105 Hamp- 
Cairns Wm., case maker, at 162 Broad- 
way, boards 105 Hampshire 
Calderwood John C, brass founder, house 

127 Washington 
Caldwell Almira, widow of William F., 

house 131 Cambridge 
Caldwell Charles W., peddler, bds. 63 Elm 
Caldwell Clara M., widow of George, h. 

72 Green 
Caldwell George F., painter, bds. 72 Green 
Caldwell George W., painter, house 178 

Hampshire 
Caldwell George W., peddler, h. 63 Elm 
Caldwell Henry L., teas (66 Broad, B.), 

house 302 Harvard 



Caldwell James, slater, house 170 Franklin 
Caldwell James A., house 120 Magazine 
Caldwell John, engineer, house 25 Banks • 
Caldwell Matthew, bookbinder, house rear 

91 Tremont 
Caldwell Randolph, h. 12 Dinsmore ct. 
Caldwell Stephen, public carriage, 442 

Harvard, house 119 Franklin 
Caldwell William, house 354 Harvard 
Caldwell William D., teamster John Rear- 
don & Sons, house 6 Lopez 
Caldwell William F., baker, 502 Main, 

house rear 3 State 
Calkins James H, machinist, 363 Main, 

house Hotel Holly, Holly 
Call James M., house 22 Church 
Call Michael, hostler, 249 Cambridge, rms. 

22 Willow [22 Willow 

Call Thomas, feeder, 249 Cambridge, bds. 
Callaghan Timothy A., teamster, boards 

53 Cedar [53 Cedar 

Callaghan William A., teamster, house 
Callahan Catherine, widow of Patrick, 

house 18 Harvard 
Callahan Charles, laborer, h. 36 W T arren 
Callahan Daniel, gate tender. Short street 

crossing B. L. & C. R. R., h. 10 Short 
Callahan Daniel, police, station 5, house 

32 Russell 
Callahan George H, grocer, 80 Concord 

av., boards 7 Sparks street place 
Callahan Hannah, widow, h. r. 96 Gore 
Callahan James, laborer, house 105 Third 
Callahan James D., student H. U., rooms 

27 Irving 
Callahan Jeremiah, hack stable, 287 Cam- 
bridge, house do. 
Callahan Jeremiah, laborer, B. L. & C. R. 

R., house rear 3 Short 
Callahan Jeremiah, laborer, h. 210 Bridge 
Callahan Jeremiah, laborer, h. 190 Winsor 
Callahan John, bartender (B.), house 257 

Franklin 
Callahan John, laborer, h. 7 Sparks st. pi. 
Callahan John, blacksmith, 221 Bridge, 

house rear 258 Bridge 
Callahan John, butler, boards 24 Arrow 
Callahan John, painter, 660 Main, house 

6 Dinsmore place 
Callahan John, clerk, boards 148 Elm 
Callahan John P., printer (Advertiser, 27 

Court, B.), house 135 Cambridge 
Callahan John T., cabinet maker F. M. 

Holmes Furniture Co., house at 

Charlestown [Spruce 

Callahan Margaret, widow of John, h. 74 
Callahan Mary, widow of Dennis, house 55 

Amory 
Callahan Mary, widow of Dennis, house 65 

Winter ' [40 Foster 

Callahan Mary, widow of Patrick, house 
Callahan Mary, widow of Jeremiah, house 

148 Elm 
Callahan Michael J., bottler, 238 North av., 

boards Michael Kelley's, Cushing 
Callahan Patrick, blacksmith, 229 Cam- 
bridge, boards 3 Leehmere place 



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Callahan Richard, at Boston Bridge 

Works, boards 210 Bridge 
Callahan Thomas, laborer, h. 19 Foster 
Callahan Timothy, teamster, h. 7 Fifth 
Callahan William, laborer U. R. Co., h. 

392£ Cambridge 
Callan Thomas, laborer, h. 17 Jefferson 
Callanan Jeremiah, blacksmith, 17 Main, 

house at Boston [12 North 

Callanan Margaret, widow of Patrick, h. 
Callanan Patrick H., asst. pastor Saint 

John's church, house 83 Otis 
Callender Charles A., stationery and fancy 

goods, 485 Main, house 487 do. 
Calhmder Frances Miss, dressmaker, 413 

Main, house do. 
Callender Mary M. Miss, stamping, em- 
broidering, etc., 413 Main, house do. 
Calnan James J. Mrs., house 169 Bridge 
Calnan John, laborer, bds. 34 Hampshire 
Calnan John, laborer, h. 5 Lechmere pi. 
Calnan Maurice, iron molder, boards 21 

Franklin 
Calnan Patrick J., laborer E. D. Sawyer 

& Co., house 71 Gore 
Calnan Timothy, laborer, 92 Main, house 

73 Hastings 
Calnon Michael, teamster, 71 Main, house 

3 Baldwin place 
Cambridge Almshouse, Tannery, William 

E. Hough, warden 
Cambridge Cemetery, James K. Farwell, 

supt., Coolid<?e av.. n. Watertown line 

CAMBRIDGE CHRONICLE, 
Linn B. Porter, editor and proprietor, 

office 573 Main ( 150 Tremont, rm. 6, B.) 
Cambridge City Guards Armory, City 

building. Brattle square 
Cambridge Conservatory of Music, George 

Fisher, director, 4 Lee 
Cambridge Co-operative Saving Fuud and 

Loan Association. 89 Cambridge 
Cambridge Extract Co., F. E. Martell & 

Co., 539 Main, and (115 Water, B.) 
Cambridge Fruit Preserving Co., Thomas 

C. Raymond, supt., 25 Main 
Cambridge Gas Light Co., Hilton's block, 

424 Harvard 
Cambridge High School, William F. Brad- 
bury, head-master, Broadway, corner 

Favette 
CAMBRIDGE LAUNDRY, Geo. 
\J L. Shorey, prop., Soden, offices (343 

Washington and 23 Brorafield, B.) 

CAMBRIDGE MUTUAL FIRE 
INSURANCE CO., J. W. Cook, 
pres. ; Alfred L. Barbour, secretary 
and treasurer, 555 Main 

CAMBRIDGE NATIONAL 
BANK, D. R. Sortwell, president; J. 
C. Bullard, cashier, 87 Cambridge 
Cambridge News, D. A. Buckley, editor 

and proprietor, 547 Main 
Cambridge Observatory, junction Garden, 

Bond and Concord avenue 
Cambridge Post-office, 7 Harvard row, 
Harvard sq., Miss O. S. Bragdon, supt. 



| 1AMBRIDGE PRESS, Jas. Cox, 

\J proprietor, office 531 Main 
Cambridge Public Library, Miss Almira 

L. 11 ay ward, librarian, Masonic Hall 

building. 639 Main 
Cambridge Railroad Co., Fred T. Stevens, 

sec. and treas., 3 Harvard square 
p AM BRIDGE ROLLING 
\J MILLS (Gilmore & Eustis, props.), 

126 Portland, office (40 Kilbv, B. ) 
r\A MBRIDGK SAVINGS 
VJ BANK, Chas. W. Sever, pres. ; Jas. 

M. Thurston, treas., 2 Harvard row 
Cambridge Social Union Rooms, Roberts 

block, 15 Brattle 
pAMBKIDGE TRIBUNE, Trib- 
^ J une Publishing Co., 3 Linden 
Cambridge Vinegar Works, Herbert Der- 
by, proprietor, 75 Main 
Cambridge Water Board, Geo. P. Carter, 

pres. ; J. Warren Cotton, water regis- 
trar, office City Hall, 660 Main 
Cambridge Water Works, supply yard 30 

Auburn 
Cambridge port Diary Co., diary mnfrs., 

105 Magazine 
Cambridgeport Express Co., Savage & 

Son, proprietors, 600 Main 
Cambridgeport National Bank, R. Doug- 
lass, pres., 585 Main 
Cambridgeport Post-office, William S. 

Arnaud, supt., 611 Main 
Cambridgeport Savings Bank, Benjamin 

Tilton, pres., 635 Main 
Came Daniel, tinsmith Seavey & Co., 

Third, house 487 Main 
Came George A., teamster, house Squire's 

brick block, Gore 
Cameron Charles E., driver (129 Eliot, B.), 

house Frank, 5th on left 
Cameron Maxwell, carriage-maker, house 

11 Fourth st. place 
Campbell Alex., carpenter, house 10 Eliot 
Campbell Alonzo, insurance agent, boards 

104 Hampshire 
Campbell Andrew (Campbell Bros. & Co.), 

boiler mnfr., 356 Main, house 80 Wash- 
ington 
Campbell Bridget, widow of William,house 

152 Bridge 
flAIVIPBELL BROS. & CO. (Wil- 
\J liam and Andrew Campbell), boiler 

manufacturers, 356 Main 
Campbell Charles, cooper, house 2 Vine 
Campbell C. Morris, organist, b. 30 Austin 
Campbell David J., telegraph operator, 

engine house, Brattle sq., h. 12 Eliot 
Campbell Dougall, carpenter, house 157 

Winsor 
Campbell Dougall, laborer John Reardon 

& Son, boards 135 Brookline 
Campbell Edw., harness-maker, 4 Brattle 
Campbell Edward H., clerk, 1 Vine, b. 3 do. 
Campbell Elizabeth A., widow of James, 

house 147 Cambridge 
Campbell Francis, discount clerk Traders 

Nat. Bank (91 State, B.), bds. 36 Lee 



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Campbell Geo. J., carpenter, house end of 

Charles, near Third 
Campbell Harrison C, teamster R. Weitze, 

house Eighth, near Spring 
Campbell Hattie Mrs., house 107 Otis 
Campbell Hector L., molder H. M. Bird, 

Pelham, h. at East Boston 
Campbell Hugh, grocer, 1 Vine, corner 

Third, house 3 do. 
Campbell Hugh, varnisher, 162 Broadway, 

house 56 Charles 
Campbell Isaac F., sawyer, 624 Main, house 

3 Lawrence 
Campbell James, house 122 Third 
Campbell James, foreman John Harring- 
ton & Clark, Gore wharf, Third, 

house at Stoneham 
Campbell John, boiler-maker, 92 Main, 

house at Boston 
Campbell John, machinist, 162 Broadway, 

house 1 1 Union 
Campbell John, boiler-maker, 356 Main, 

house 10 Blanche [177 Main 

Campbell John, iron molder, Pelham, h. 
Campbell John A., clerk, 621 Main, boards 

11 Union 
Campbell J. F. Mrs., house 36 Lee 
Campbell Mark, laborer, house 88 Fifth 
Campbell Mary P., widow, house 40 Pearl 
Campbell Oliver B., house 116 North av. 
Campbell Patrick, laborer, h. r. 125 Third 
Campbell Percy, traveling salesman, bds. 

100 Austin 
Campbell Robert, provisions (8 Somerset, 

B. ), boards 865 Main 
Campbell Robert IL, cloth inspector (72 

Franklin, B. ), boards 41 River 
Campbell Robert M., house 41 River 
Campbell Sarah A. Miss, dressmaker, 95 

Mt. Auburn, house do. 
Campbell Thos. F., hairdresser, 1 Vine, 

boards 3 do. 
Campbell Thomas R., sheet iron worker 

(94 Blackstone, B.), h. 118* Auburn 
Campbell Thomas W., piano and organ 

tuner, 624 Main, house 100 Austin 
Campbell Tunis G. jr., waiter, h. 4 Suffolk 
Campbell William (Campbell Bros., & Co.), 

boiler manufacturer, 356 Main, house 

168 Harvard 
Campbell William A., clerk (8 Somerset, 

B.), boards 865 Main 
Campbell William H., car inspector N. Y. 

& N. E. R. R., house 10 East 
Campbell William J., machinist, 162 Broad- 
way, house 98 Columbia 
Campbell Wm. T., teacher Adams Acade- 
my (Quincy), house 36 Lee 
Campbell Wilson, boiler-maker, 356 Main, 

boards 64 Hampshire 
Campbell Wilson 2d, bookkeeper, 356 

Main, boards 168 Harvard 
Candage Solon, milk driver, boards 79 

Thorn dike 
Canfield Chas. S., clergyman and teacher, 

house 1 Berkeley 
Canington John, hostler, house 12 Bath 



Cannavan Ann, widow of Jas., h. 20 East 
Cannavan Ellen, widow of James, house 

18 Hunting 
Cannavan Fred, milkman, boards 33 Essex 
Cannavan John, soapmaker, b. 18 Hunting 
Cannavan Richard L., laborer, house rear 

835 Cambridge 
Cannell Henry (H. N. Hovey & Co.), gro- 
cer, 89 Cambridge, house 55* Gore 
Cannell Joseph, carpenter, bds. 55i Gore 
Cannon Cornelia, widow of John, seam- 
stress, house 912 Main 
Cannon Hugh, laborer, house 22 Foster 
Cannon M., machinist, 72 Main 
Cannon Rose Miss, house 40 Winthrop 
Canterbury Charles D., student H. U., 

rooms 14 Stoughton Hall 
Canterbury George W., fruit, etc. (17 
Washington, B.),h. 11 Pleasant place 
Canty Dennis G., coachman, h. 62 Amory 
Canty Zeph, clerk, house 73 G*ore 
Capelle Jonas F., clerk, h. 138 Thorndike 
Capelle Thomas, carpenter, h. 45 Spruce 
Capen Charles L., music teacher (281 Co- 
lumbus av., B.), bds. 28 Mellen 
Capen Edward N. ( Capen, Sprague & Co.), 

oil mnfr., Sixth, house at Boston 
Capen Lizzie C. Miss, teacher Webster 

grammar school, boards 50 Magazine 

Capen, Sprague & Co. (Edward N. Capen, 

Charles Sprague, and Charles G. B. 

Smith), lubricating oil mnfrs., Sixth, 

cor. Potter, and (6 and 8 Custom 

House street, B.) 

Capron Emily F., widow of Joseph W., 

house 28 Russell [Soden pi. 

Carbery Patrick, hostler, 120 Green, h. 2 

Carbrey Hugh M., trader, h. 6 Second st. ct 

Carew Edward J., cooper, rear 68 Allston, 

house 214 Pearl 
Carew Thomas A., sculptor, h. 29 Everett 
Carey Bridget, wid. of Michael, h. 87 Gore 
Carey Daniel, boiler maker, 92 Main 
Carey Jeremiah, painter, house 87 Gore 
Carey John M., teamster, boards 87 Gore 
Carey Margaret, widow of James, board- 
ing-house, 23 Brighton 
Carey Mary A. Mrs., boards 47 Austin 
Carey Maurice, currier, house rear 6 East 
Carey Timothy, carpenter, boards 87 Gore 
Carey see Cary 

Carl Bridget Miss, house 287 Cambridge 
Carl John, safe maker, 17 Main, house at 
Boston [40 Austin 

Carle James A., stair builder, State, boards 
Carle John, driver U. R. Co., 3 Harvard 

square, house at Brighton 
Carleton Deborah Miss, bds. 44 Holyoke 
Carleton John P., piano maker, 624 Main, 

boards 23 William 
Carley James, laborer, house 9 Donnell 
Carley John D., gate tender Prison Point 
bridge, B. L. & C. R. R., rms. at Boston 
Carley John E., gardener, bds. 9 Donnell 
Carley Kate Mrs. (Drake & Carley), dress- 
maker, 46 Brighton, house do. 
Carley Patrick W., plumber, b. 9 Donnell 



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Carl in James T., house 3 State 
Carlin M., machinist, 368 Main 
Carlin William A , plumber, 8 Brattle, h. 9 

Eliot 
Carlisle George Mrs., rooms 12 Laurel 
Carlisle John, glazier (29 Charlestown, B.), 

boards J. C. Lund's, Mt. Vernon 
Carlock Ann. wid. of Jacob, h. 6 William 
Carlock Charles T.. diarymaker, 105 Maga- 
zine, house 6 William 
Carlock John R., watchcase maker (8 

Province court. B.). house 430 Main 
Carlson Alfred, blacksmith, boards 11 

Broadway [East Boston 

Carlton James, boilermaker, 92 Main. h. at 
Carlton John P., 624 Main. rms. 28 William 
Carman Charles W., grocer, 421 Main, 

house 2 Cherry [Cherry 

Carman Frank E., clerk, 421 Main, bds. *2 
Carman Luther Mrs., house 16 Worcester 
Carmichael Ann Miss, house 91 Fourth 
Carmichael John, baggage-master B. L. & 

0. R. R., house 102 Cambridge 
Carmichael Robert, carpenter, boards 163 

Columbia 
Carnes James, laborer, h. 22 Haynes court 
Carnes John, shoemaker, h. 11 William 
Carnes John, wheelwright, 248 Mt. Au- 
burn, house at Waltham 
Carney Catherine Miss, house 18 Brown 
Carney Edwin A., clerk, 543 Main, house 

4 Lamson place 
Carney Francis H., piano tuner (156 Tre- 

mont, B.), house 98 River 
Carney James, boiler maker, 92 Main 
Carney James J., teamster, h. 78 Brighton 
Carney John, laborer, house 33 Harding 
Carney John, laborer, house 31 Warren 
Carney John, laborer, boards 134 Spruce 
Carney Joseph Mrs., house 36 Amory 
Carney Mary, wid. of John, bds. 38 Winter 
Carney Owen, laborer, house 18 Brown 
Carney Patrick, farmer and milkman, h. 

Fresh Pond lane 
Carney Patrick J., boards 18 Brown 
Carney Rebecca, widow of Bernard, house 

134 Spruce 
Carney William, farmer, boards Patrick 

Carney's, Fresh Pond lane 
Carpenter Alexander C, blacksmith, h. 

74 Harvard 
Carpenter Frederic I., student H. U., 

rooms 22 Weld Hall 
Carpenter George, coffin maker, 203 

Bridge, house rear 58 Winter 
Carpenter Reuben, engraver, h. 45 Clark 
Carpenter Thomas, cabinet maker, house 

21 Clark 
Carr Arthur, laborer, house 18 McCabe 
Carr Bernard, laborer John Reardon & 

Sons, house 18 Decatur 
Carr Brothers (Patrick and Michael Carr), 

soft soap mnfrs., rear 12 Lopez 
Carr Charles, carpenter, house 37 Garden 
Carr Charles, soap-maker Carr Bros., h. 

20 Decatur 
Carr Charles H., printer, h. 2 Hancock pi. 



Carr C, teacher Kindergarten school, 76 

Moore, boards do. 
Carr David, finisher University Press, h. 

67 Ellery [School 

Carr Edward, laborer, 368 Main, boards 21 
Carr Edward J., stereotyper (B. ), house 

21 Franklin [Auburn 

Carr Edwin S., slater, Grant, house 17 Mt. 
Carr Fleming, waiter Memorial Hall 
Carr Frank P., driver hose 5, house 195 

Hampshire 
Carr Henry, laborer, h. 9 Dinsmore ct. 
Carr Julia, widow, house 171 Winsor 
Carr Julia, widow of Richard, house 2 

Gray place 
Carr Lucien, assistant curator Peabody 

Museum H. U., house at Boston 
Carr Martin C, porter (B.), house 6 Cow- 

perthwaite 
Carr Michael (Carr Brothers), soap mnfr., 

rear 12 Lopez, house do. 
Carr Nathaniel, coal (280 Causeway, B.), 

house 7 Walnut avenue 
Carr Patrick (Carr Brothers), soap maker, 

rear 12 Lopez, house 9 Decatur 
Carr Richard, fish-packer, bds. 2 Gray pi. 
Carr Richard T., lithographer Riverside 

Press, boards 85£ Putnam avenue 
Carr William, tailor (B. ), house 23 Bay 
Garret J. Francisco, register of patents 

and engravings Public Library (40 

Boylston, B.), house 6 Appian-way 
Carrington John L., hostler U. R. Co., 

Dunster, house 12 Bath 
Carrington Leander, laborer, house 9 

Cowperthwaite 
Carrington Robert F., laborer, 12 Brattle, 

boards 46 DeWolf 
Carroll Albert G., conductor U. R. Co., 

boards 1 Athens 
Carroll Bridget Miss, house 191 Dublin 
Carroll Charles, driver J. C. Stiles, bds. 14 

Squire's court 
Carroll Cornelius, laborer, h. 4 Jefferson 
Carroll Daniel, grain measurer, bds. foot 

of S.tevens court 
Carroll David, varnisher, 162 Broadway, 

house 13 Stevens court 
Carroll David, laborer, house 12 Porter 
Carroll Edward A., machinist B. L. & C. 

R. R. repair shop, bds. 116 Cambridge 
Carroll Edward J., porter, bds. 30 Fourth 
Carroll Eliza, widow of John, h. 36 Winter 
Carroll James, butcher, house 63 Winter 
Carroll James, boards 1 Athens 
Carroll James H., sewing-machines, 116 

Cambridge, house do. 
Carroll John, carpenter, b. 70 School 
Carroll John, laborer, house Vineyard 
Carroll John, laborer, h. 32 Charles River 
Carroll John, slater (232 Cambridge, B.), 

house 34 Charles River 
Carroll John F., machinist, h. 145 Gore 
Carroll John F., glass-maker.h. 22S Bridge 
Carroll John L, teamster, 153 Putnam av., 

house 57 Pleasant 
Carroll John R., shoemaker, h. 123 Gore 



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Carroll Julia, widow of Edward, house 30 
Fourth 

Carroll Michael, machinist B. L. & C. R. 
K. shop, boards 116 Cambridge 

Carroll Patrick, laborer, house 163 Green 

Carroll Patrick, laborer, bds. 159 Spring 

Carroll Patrick, machinist, 368 Main, bds. 
329 do. 

Carroll Richard, laborer, h. 6 Conlon ct. 

Carroll Richard, bds foot of Stevens ct. 

Carroll Royal P., student H. U., rooms 5 
Beck Hall 

Carroll Sylvester, hack-driver, h. 6 Erie 

Carroll Win., coachman, h. 7 Norton pi. 

Carroll Wm., house foot of Stevens court 

Carroll Wm. A., printer University Press, 
rooms 42 Mt. Auburn 

Carroll Wm. H., marble-worker (Haver- 
hill, B.), house 67 Charles 

Carrou Charles, printer University Press, 
boards 33 Holyoke 

Carruth Chas. E., grocer, 72 River, bds. 9 
Laurel [Laurel 

Carruth Geo. E., clerk, 72 River, house 9 

Carson Patrick, carpenter, h. 186 Green 

Carson Robert. soap-maker,b. 149 Franklin 

Carter Alice L., widow of Frank E., h. 
866 Main 

Carter Benjamin F., law student H. U., 
boards 13 Kirkland place 

Carter Charles V., salesman, 9 Brattle, b. 
6 Centre 

Carter Edbert E., cooper, b. 93 Thorn dike 

Carter Elizabeth Miss, house 12 Lowell 

Carter Frank H. (A. & E. Burton <fe Co.), 
12 Gore and (21 Exchange, B.), house 
at Boston Highlands 

Carter George, glass-maker, h. 54 Winter 

Carter George E., picture frames, 77 Cam- 
bridge, house do. 

Carter George P., bookbinder (76 Sudbury, 
B.), and (Geo. Woods & Co.), organs, 
624 Main, and pres. Cambridge Water 
Works, City Hall, house 61 Austin 

Carter George W., wood-engraver, boards 
54 Winter 

Carter Harriet Miss, city missionary (19 
Congregational House, Beacon. B.), 
house 14 Western avenue 

Carter Harriet W., widow of Elisha, h. 
14 Western avenue 

Carter Harry A., steward, h. 426 Cam- 
bridge 

Carter Helen M. Mrs., h. 99 Mt. Auburn 

Carter James, coachman Charles Deane, 
house 31 Willard 

Carter James H., pastor First Union Bap- 
tist church, li. 7 Webster avenue 
CAKTKK JOSIAH H., real estate 
and mortgage broker (31 State, B.), 
boards 318 Harvard 

Carter Lemuel T., sawyer, 3 Hampshire, 
house 478 Cambridge 

Carter Martha L., widow, bds. 13 Norfolk 

Carter Mary E. Miss, clerk, 98 Cambridge, 
boards 54 Winter 

Carter M. A. Mrs., house 81 North avenue 



Carter Nathan A., h. 4 Boardman place 
Carter Noel A., hardware (129 Franklin, 

B.), house 66 Antrim 
Carter Richard H., waiter Memorial Hall, 

house lo£ Elmer 
Carter Susie A., variety store, 177 Har- 
vard, house do. 
Carter Wm. G., teamster, h. r. 90 Harvard 
Cartwright James, tinsmith, 502 Main, 

house 500 do. 
Cartwright James A., clothing (19 Elm, 

B.), house 21 Forest 
Cartwright Joseph P., driver S. F. E. 5, 

house 196 Hampshire 
Cartwright Philip, box-maker, 3 Hamp- 
shire, house 3. rear Fiske's blk.. Main 
Carty Henry, bell-hanger, h. 129 Winsor 
Carty James F., brass-finisher, boards 129 

Winsor 
Carty .John, brass-finisher, b. 129 Winsor 
Carty John, Mass. General Hospital (Blos- 
som, cor. Allen, B. ), house 74 Otis 
Carty, see McCarty, also McCarthy 
Carver John B., organ action-maker, 162 

Broadway, hoards 15 State 
Carvill Tamar, widow, b. 119 Washington 
Cary Frank C, house 134 Winsor 
Cary Thomas G., house 11 Ware 
Cary, see Carey 
Casas William B. de las, law student H. U., 

rooms 56 Matthews Hall 
Case Benjamin W., driver, b. 68 Columbia 
Case Lyman G., teamster (99 Sudbury, B.), 

house 68 Columbia 

Casey Andrew A., baker, 502 Main, house 

14 Pine [Hastings 

Casey Bernard, carpenter, house rear 79 

Casey Bridget, widow, house 7 Foster's 

block, rear 95 .Main 
Casey Edward, laborer, h. 2 Norfolk court 
Casey George, laborer, house 1 Rogers 

block, Washington 
Casey George A., laborer, b. r. 79 Hastings 
Casey James S., driver S. F. E. No. 3, h. 
77 Gore [h. 14 Clark 

Casey James W., brass-finisher, 368 Main, 
Casey Jeremiah, laborer, house r. 77 Elm 
Casey John, helper. 72 Main, h. 172 Third 
Casey John, biitannia worker, b. 117 Gore 
Casey John, laborer, h. rear 80 Brighton 
Casey John, clerk B. & M. R. R., house 8 

Winter 
Casey John H., boards rear 79 Hastings 
Casey Mary, widow of Thomas, house 6 

Chestnut Park 
Casey Michael, porter (Tremont House, 

B.), house 91 Fifth 
Casey Michael, laborer, house 89 Elm 
Casey Peter J., law student H. U., rooms 

18 College House 
Casey Thomas, cabinet-maker, h. 32 Vine 
Casey Thomas J., chief engineer Fire De- 
partment office City Hall, house 173 
Cambridge 
Casey Timothy, laborer, house 26 North 
Casey Wm., laborer, h. r. 189 Hampshire 
Casey Wm., undertaker, 104 Fourth, h. do. 



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Casey William E. J., house 60 River 
Cash man Ellen, wid. of Martin, h. 55 Cedar 
Cashman James, laborer, h. 17 Jefferson 
Cashman John, laborer, house 26 Bunnell 
Cashman John, laborer, boards 55 Cedar 
Cashman Mary E. Miss, h. 50 Holyoke 
Cashman Michael, laborer, h. 5 Lincoln 
Cashman Patrick, wheelwright, 232 North 

avenue, house rear 7 Reed 
Cashman Thomas, bookbinder,h.536 Main 
Casper Maximillian, glass-cutter, boards 

Charles, corner Sixth 
Casper Nicholas, brass-spinner (Travers, 

cor. Beverly, B. ), h. Charles, c. Sixth 
Cass Calvin P., trav. salesman, 22 Pearl, 

house do. 
Cass Frederick C, carpenter and builder, 

12 Green, house do. 
Cass Sarah G. Mrs., house 12 Green 
Cassidy Ann, wid. of Edward, h. 120 Pearl 
Cassidy Edward, glass-cutier N. E. Glass 

Co., house 79 Spring 
Cassidy Edward, clerk (B. & M. freight 

depoc, B. ), boards 120 Pearl 
Cassidy Edward, boards rear 43 Winter 
Cassidy James, laborer, house 36 Spring 
Cassidy John, tinsmith, 153 Putnam ave- 
nue, rooms 26 Prince [Fifth 
Casteels Alphonse, cabinet-maker, h. 75 
Casteels Edmund, cabinet-maker, house 

75 Fifth 
Castle Eliza, wid. of James, h. 52 Columbia 
Castle James C, clerk, 401 Main, boards 

52 Columbia 
Caswell Alanson W., painter, 604 Main, 

house 4 Fairmont avenue 
Caswell Annie J., bookkeeper, 345 Broad- 
way, boards 93 Hampshire 
Caswell Elizabeth, widow of John, house 

155 Green [Western av. 

Caswell Geo. B., clerk, 139 Broadway, h.8£ 
Caswell Isabel R., widow of Alanson B., 

house 124 Austin 
Caswell Jane B., widow of George W., bds. 

347 Broadway 
Caswell Lydia, widow, h. 115 Washington 
Caswell Sarah Mrs., house 8£ Western av. 
Caswell Susan, widow of Thomas, house 

93 Hampshire 
Cate George F., express, 25 Central sq., 

and (7 Merchanis row, B.), h. 49 Clark 
Cate Louisa L., widow of James, house 7 

Appian-way 
Cate Luther G., lumber, house 67 Oxford 
Cates A. Lincoln, driver, 79 Cambridge, 

boards do. 
Caton Mary, widow, house 14 Hayes court 
Caughey William H., studeut H. U., rins. 

1 Little's block 
Caul kins Fred, boards 96 Austin 
Caulkins Herbert L., student, b. 96 Austin 
Caulkins Louisa B., widow of Jonathan, 

house 96 Austin 
Cauper Joel, cigar mnfr., 13 Lopez, h. do. 
Cavanagh Annie, widow, house 85 Con- 
cord avenue [12 Appian-way 
Cavanagh Bridget, widow of Patrick, h. 



Cavanagh Charles, brushmaker, 12 Gore, 
house at Boston 

Cavanagh John, cook, h. 45 Brookline 

Cavanagh Michael, harness maker, 443 
Main, house 59£ Franklin 

Cavanagh Michael T., grocer, 346 North 
avenue, house do. 

Cavanagh Patrick, laborer, h. 26 Winter 

Cavanagh Thomas H., action maker, 162 
Broadway, boards 25 Sidney 

Cavanagh, see Kavanagh 

Cawley Thomas J., laborer, 211 Bridge, 
house 210 do. 

Cederholm Nels, cabinet maker, 124 Har- 
vard, house 36* Cherry 

Centennial Am. Tea Co., Wm. Hamilton, 
manager, 527 Main 

Center, see Senter 

Chabot Joseph, tinsmith, bds. 28 Pelham 

Chad bourne Arthur P., student H. U.,bds. 
21 Buckingham 

Chadbourne Ida A. Mrs., music teacher, 
boards 36 Pearl 

Chadbourne Samuel R., fly-finisher, 162 
Broadway, house at Medford 

Chadbourne Wm. Mrs., h. 21 Buckingham 

Chadwick A 1 ford F., box maker, 1 Hamp- 
shire, house 44 Winsor 

Chadwick Sarah A., widow of Ward, house 
5 Ashburton place 

Chadwick William F., clerk (52 School, 
B.), house 54 Sidney. 

Chaffee Knowltou S. (Chaffee & Cum- 
mings), charcoal, Bridge, and pies. U. 
R. Co., house 55 Olis 

Chaffee & Cummings (Knowlton S. Chaf- 
fee and Daniel P. Cummings), char- 
coal, junction Bridge and Cambridge 

Chalfant William, student H. U., room 11 
Matthews Hall [Fourth 

Chalk Abraham B., shoemaker, luuise 26 

Challis Alfred, painter (73 Fulton, B.j, 
house 42 Holyoke 

Chalmers James, lithographer Riverside 
Press, house at Allston 

Chamberlain Allen H., student H. U., 
rooms 45 Sacramento 

Chamberlain George I)., overseer of the 
poor, and beef (46 F. H. market, B.), 
house 5 River 

Chamberlain Geo. D., steam fitter, house 
13 Percy place 

Chamberlain Geo. E., clerk (Lynn), bds. 
91 Auburn [19 Essex 

Chamberlain James A., confectioner, bds. 

Chamberlain James F., silver plater (21 
School, B.), house 116 Prospect 

Chamberlain John 'P., car builder (B. & A. 
R. R., Allston), house 18 Howard 

Chamberlain J. Paul, salesman (71 Sum- 
mer, B.), boards 91 Auburn 

Chamberlain Lydia S. E., widow of Arte- 
mus W., house 423 Broadway 

Chamberlain Mary A. N., assistant matron 
almshouse, Tannery, house do. 

Chamberlain Nathan H., clergyman, h. 
423 Broadway 



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Chamberlain Newell, beef (46 F. H. mkt., 
B.), house 7 River 

Chamberlain Sally N". Mrs., teacher Board- 
man primary school, house 91 Auburn 

Chamberlayne Charles F., law student, 
H. U.. boards 423 Broadway 

Chamberlayne Charles F., lawyer (B.), 
boards 423 Broadway 

Chamberlayne Henry D., clerk (60 Sum- 
mer, B ), boards 423 Broadway 

Chamberlin Alfred N., shoemaker, 642 
Main, house iO King place 

Chamberlin A. Otis, letter carrier P. O., 
625 Main, house 10 King place 

Chamberlin Charles U. (D. U. Chamberlin 
& Co.), hardware, 622 Main, boards 
659 do. 

Chamberlin Daniel XL (D. U. Chamberlin 
& Co.), hardware, 622 Main, and treas. 
Charles Kiver St. Railway Co., 484 do., 
house (559 do. 

Chamberlin D. U. & Co. (Daniel XL, Geo. 
H. and Charles U. Chamberlin), hard- 
ware, etc., 622 Main 

Chamberlin Edward (Edward Chamberlin 
& Co.) Boston Chemical Works, Third, 
near Bent, office (27 Doane, B.), house 
at Newton Centre 

Chamberlin Edward, teamster, boards 14 
Squire's court 

Chamberlin Ella M. Miss, whistling solo- 
ist, boards 39 Columbia 

Chamberlin Ceo. H. (D. U. Chamberlin & 
Co.), hardware, 622 Main, boards 77 
Brattle 

Chamberlin Samuel B., provisions (B.), 
house 289 Pearl 

Chamberlin Sarah F., widow of Charles 
P., house 39 Columbia 

Chamberlin Volney R., provisions (33 
North, B.), house 167 Brookline 

Chamberlin, see Chamberlain, also Cham- 
berlayne [h. 9 Fifth 

Champagne Charles, at rubber factory, 

Champaux Edward, farmer, h. Ill Spruce 

Champion Joel D., wood molder, house 
10 Squire's court 

Champlin Edgar R., lawyer (209 Washing- 
ton, room 57, B.), boards 686 Main 

Champuey Anna E. Miss, b. 13 Magazine 

Chandler Amanda M. Mrs., h. 35 Hudson 

Chandler A chie. at Boston Bridge Works, 
Sixth, boards 3 Hastings square 

Chandler Charles H., bookkeeper (178 
Devonshire, B.), house 269 Harvard 

Chandler Digby W., wood engraver (N. 
Y.), boards 22 Front 

Chandler Edward R., hatter, 453-J Main, 
house 22 Front 

Chandler Elmer E., draughtsman, boards 
16 Amory 

Chandler Emeline B., widow of Ebenezer, 
house 16 Amory 

Chandler Emery A., clerk, 502 Main, 
house 762 do. 

Chandler Frank A., stereotyper Riverside 
Press, boards 22 Front 



Chaudler Frauk W., architect (60 Devon- 
shire, room 23, B.), house 54 Garden 

Chandler Gilbert E., clerk (85 Devonshire, 
Boston), boards 16 Amory 

Chandler Herbert H.. cashier (4 Winthrop 
square, Boston), boards 61 Dana 

Chandler Isaac A., supt. Boston Bridge 
Works, Sixth, corner Rogers, house 3 
Hastings square 

Chandler John, student H. U., rooms 19 
Holyoke House 

Chandler Lewis B., clerk, 655 Main, boards 
16 Amory 

Chandler Roswold N., paper-hanger, 
house 64 Sidney 

Chandler Setta C, house 16 Craigie 

Chandler Seth C. jr., assistant at Observa- ' 
tory, house 16 Craigie 

Chandler Stephen B., salesman (558 Wash- 
ington, Boston), house 61 Dana 

Chauey Sylvanus B., cracker dealer, house 
86 Pleasant 

Chaney, see Cheney 

Chanler Winthrop A., student H. U., 
rooms 81 Weld Hall 

Channing Edward, student H. U., rooms 
24 Felton building 

Channing Edward T, Mrs., h. 67 Kirkland 

Chapin Andrew N., mason, order box 3 
River, house 31 Kinnaird 

Chapin Gardner (Chapin Brothers) (97 
South Market, B.), house 93 Otis 

Chapin George T., butter, etc. (13 Black- 
stone market, B.), house 66 Otis 

Chapin Henry G., student H. U., rooms 
16 Quincy 

Chapin Herbert A., lawyer (17 State, B. ), 
house Lake View avenue, n. Huron 

Chapin Lucius L., clerk, 192 Cambridge, 
house do. 

Chapin Walter F., civil engineer (60 Dev- 
onshire, Boston), boards Herbert A. 
Chapin' 8, Lake View avenue 

Chaplin Geo., builder, h. 8 Greenough av.* 

Chaplin Sarah T., widow of Charles F., 
house 152 Austin 

Chapman Albert W., cooper, b. 40H Main 

Chapman Arthur W., student Epis. Theo. 
Sem., Brattle, rooms 2 Lawrence Hall 

Chapman Charles E., clerk (P. O., B.), 
house 162 Hampshire 

Chapman Charles H., building mover, 61 
Plymouth, boards 40 1| Main 

Chapman Charles H., jig sawyer F. M. 
Holmes Furniture Co., house at 
Charlestown 

Chapman Cyrus, machinist, 36S Main 

Chapman Francis L. (F. L. Chapman & 
Co.), carriage manufacturer, rear 10 
Brattle, house 11 Story 

Chapman Frank, coachman, 153 Brattle, 
boards do. 

Chapman Frank H., clerk (11 Commercial, 
Boston), boards 11 Story 

Chapman Fred L. (F. L. Chapman & Co.), 
carriage manufacturer, rear 10 Brat- 
tle, house 107 Ellery 



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Chapman F. L. & Co. (Francis L. and 
Fred L. Chapman), carriage manu- 
facturers and dealers, rear 10 Brattle 

Chapman George W. , painter, 660 Main, 
house 65£ Western avenue 

Chapman George W. jr., teamster, boards 
238 Broadway 

Chapman Harry L., conductor U. R. Co., 
house 1 52 Pearl 

Chapman Henry, paper-hanger, h. 122 Elm 

Chapman John, mariner, boards 390* 
Cambridge 

Chapman John J., student H. U., rooms 
52 Thayer Hall 

Chapman John L., action maker, 162 
Broadway, house 27 Western avenue 

Chapman Joseph D., carpet beater, 
Rhoades bldg., State, boards 46 Clark 

Chapman Nathaniel B., carpenter, rooms 
16 Story 

Chapman William, house 390| Cambridge 

Chapman William jr., carpenter, 109 Web- 
ster avenue, house 390£ Cambridge 

Chapman William H., paper-hanger, 
boards 390£ Cambridge 

Chard Granville, tuner, 162 Broadway, 
house at Chelsea 

CHARLES RIVER IRON 
WORKS, Kendall & Roberts, pro- 
prietors, 72 and 92 Main 
CHARLES RIVER NATIONAL 
BANK, E. Snow, cashier, 1 Harvard 
row 

Charles River Street Railway Co., Charles 
E. Raymond, pres , 484 Main 

Charlton William B., steam gauges, house 
197 Hampshire 

Charraois Victor, designer (98 Washing- 
ton, Boston), house 141 Thorndike 

Chartrand George, cooper, 169 Gore, 
house 11 Squire's court 

Chase Charlotte M. Miss, teacher Webster 
grammar school, boards 60 Norfolk 

Chase Edward F., house 86 School 

Chase Edwin B. Rev. Mrs., h. 50 Shepard 

Chase Frank M., clerk (2S6 Washington, 
Boston), boards 527 Cambridge 

Chase Fxeeman H., express, order box 419 
Main, and (91 Kilby, Boston), house 
156 Hampshire 

Chase George S. (16 Hawley, Boston), 
house Lambert av., opp. Walnut av. 

Chase Henry E., student H. U., rooms 7 
Sumner 

Chase Herbert A., homeopathic physi- 
cian, 772 Main, house do. 

Chase Herman L., student H. U., rooms 7 
Sumner 

Chase Herman L., bookkeeper (34 Brom- 
field, B. ), boards 527 Cambridge 

Chase Hiram L., homeopathic physician, 
office and house 752 Main 

Chase Isaac, bookkeeper W. T. Richard- 
son & Co., house 5 Amory place 

Chase Isaac R., engineer B. L. & C. R. R., 
boards 262 Pearl 

Chase Jeremiah C, house 60 Norfolk. 



Chase John L., machinist, 236 Bridge, 

house 1 Oak 
Chase Joseph S., trimmer, 162 Broadway, 
house at Maiden 

Chase Josiah G. , civil engineer and sur- 
veyor, 623 Main, house 8 Bi^elow 

Chase Josiah S., cabinet-maker F. M. 
Holmes Furniture Co., house 1 High- 
land avenue, Somerville 

Chase Samuel F. Mrs., house 52 Elm 

Chase Sarah A., widow of Wade, house 
Washington avenue 

Chase Simeon, miner (Denver, Col.), house 
244 Harvard 

Chase Walter G., student H. U., rooms 23 
Thayer Hall 

Chase William F., salesman (451 Washing- 
ton. B.),hou-e 848 Main 

Chase W T illiam T. Rev., paster First Bap- 
tist church, house 7 Temple 

Cheeseman Frank R., house Ericsson ct. 

Cheney Charles W., driver, 502 Main, house 
351 Pearl [Thayer Hall 

Cheney Edwards, student H. U , rooms 8 

Cheney Edwin L., produce (31 F. H. sq., 
B.), house 41 Essex 

Cheney Ellen A., teacher Harvard primary 
school, boards 103 Hancock 

Cheney George S., traveling salesman, 
house 17 Worcester 

Cheney Harvey A., mill hand, 162 Broad- 
way, house 4 Rogers block, Main 

Cheney Hiram W., traveling agent, house 
209 Harvard 

Cheney Joseph P., house 351 Pearl 

Cheney Mary G., widow of George H., 
house 33 Linnaean [Essex 

Cheney Mary M., widow of Nathan, h. 54 

Cheney, see Chaney 

Cherry August, carpenter, b. 1 Hampshire 

Chesley George W., express, office 25 Cen- 
tral square, house at Somerville 

Chestnut Alexander H., machinist, 72 
Main, boards at Charlestown 

Chestnut James, saleratus maker, house 
47 Harding [Hunting 

Chestnut Rose, widow of Robert, house 6 

Chick Edward E., asst. Peabody Museum, 
house 8 Sumner [Green 

Chick Helen M., wid. of J. Arthur, b. 9£ 

Chick John C, house 10 Front 

Chick Joseph E., box-maker, 169 Gore, 
house 29 Sixth 

Chickering Wm. H., clerk B. L. & C. R. 
R. freight office, Prison Point road, 
house at Lowell [sor 

Chicoine Bruno, candy maker, h. 53 Win- 

Chicola Stephen, hairdresser, 12 Rogers 
block, Main, house r. 36 Washington 

Child Francis J., professor of English H. 
U., house 67 Kirkland 

Child George W., tinsmith, 153 Putnam 
avenue, boards 41 Pearl 

Child Joseph, leather (39 High, B.), house 
7 Prince 

Child Moses M., truant officer, ward 1, 
boards 10 Farwell place 



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Child Spencer, teamster (172 State, B.), 

house 226 Broadway 
Child William B., house 41 Pearl 
Childs Chas. S., foreman Cambridge cem- 
etery, house at Watertown 
Childs Edward F., confectioner, house 6 

Pioneer place 
Childs Eugene, machinist, 72 Main, house 

rear 110 Main 
Childs Frank, laborer, house 128 Bridge 
Childs Henry H., printer Riverside. Press, 

boards 46 Holyoke 
Childs Isaac, boards 12 Gardner 
Childs John J., house 18 Fairmont 
Childs Parker E., pressman University 

Press, house 60 Brighton 
Childs Wm. H., harness maker U. R. Co., 

Dunster, house at Somerville 
Childs William H., boards 6 Pioneer av. 
Childs Winthrop W., hackdriver, 575| 

Main, rooms do. 
Childs, see Child 
Chipley Ezekiel S., contracting agent (219 

Washington, B.), house 61 Green 

Chipley Joseph F., printer Riverside Press, 

boards 112 Magazine [Cherry 

Chipmau Albion, pattern-maker house 50 

Chipman Geo. W. (12 Bedford, B.), house 

170 Brookline 
Chisholm Colin, carpenter, 427 Cambridge, 

house 108 Tremont 
Chisholm Daniel, harness-maker U. R. 

Co., Dunster, house 43 Baldwin 
Chisholm Duncan, wheelwright and black- 
smith, Third, opposite gas works, 
house 271 Broadway 
Chisholm John, boards 271 Broadway 
Chisholm Robert, box maker, b. 88 Gore 
Chittick Robert, gardener, house rear 13 

Appian-way 
Choate Charles F., president O. C. R. R. 
(28Pemberton sq., B.), h. 153 Brattle 
Christian Caroline, nurse, boards 60 Mt. 
Auburn [rooms 12 Bath 

Christian Daniel, waiter Memorial Hall, 
Christianson Alfred E., action maker, 162 

Broadway, house 174 Harvard 
Christianson Peter, cornice maker, house 

23 Fifth 
Christie Michael, laborer, house 16 Reed 
Christie William, supt. Dana Hill Club 

stable, 677 Main, h. 22 Western av. 
Christie Wm. H., bookbinder (New York), 

house 37 Putnam avenue 
Christopher Edward B., carpenter, house 

44 Pine 
Christopher George A., grocer, 178 Har- 
vard, boards 53 Cherry 
Christopher Henry, carpenter, b 44 Pine 
Christopher Zenas, harness maker, 186 

North avenue, house at Somerville 
Chue Robert, laborer, house 33 Porter 
Church Charles, laborer, h. 40 Hastings 
Church Charles L., cigar maker (70 Sud- 
bury, B ), house 124 Thorndike 
Church Elizabeth E., widow, house 120£ 
Harvard 



Church John B., cabinet maker,h. 7 Eighth 
Church Mary A. Mrs., house 51 Hastings 
Church Moses D., physician, boards 98 
Putnam avenue 

Churchill Charles B., clocks (259 Wash- 
ington, B.), house 16 Ellery 
Churchill Elbert L., bookkeeper (B. L. & 
C. R. R., B.), boards 51 Fifth 

Churchill Henry, action maker, 162 Broad- 
way, boards 15 Union 

Churchill Theodore, provisions, 103 Pros- 
pect, boards 30 Tremont 

Chute Clarinda, widow of Wm. B., house 
rear 508 Main [Sidney 

Chute David A., mill-hand, 624 Main, b. 52 

Chute Edward I., hostler, 503 Main, house 

rear 503 do. [Sidney 

Chute James B., driver U. R. Co., bds. 52 

Chute S. Smith, carpenter, 9 Western av., 
house 15 Pleasant 

Cilley Harry B., student H. U., boards 54 
Concord avenue 

Cilley Horace L. (Cilley & Woodbury), 
livery stable (120 Green, B.), house 15 
Clinton 

Cilley Martha B., widow of Jacob G., 
house 54 Concord avenue 

Cilley & Woodbury (Horace L. Cilley and 
Willard H. Woodbury), livery stable, 
120 Green 

CITIZENS ICE CO. (James E. 

\J Brown.Herbert J. Horn,Geo.L. Grose) 
119 Columbia 

City Hall, (560 Main [Oxford 

Claflin Walter A., clerk, 1 Brattle, h. 96 

Clagg Thomas, painter, house 25 Reed 

Clancy James W., net maker, h. 93 Fifth 

Clancy Michael, laborer, house 129 Web- 
ster avenue 

Clapp Alfred, piano maker, Rhoades 
building, State, house at Boston 

Clapp Arthur F., boards 89 Plymouth 

Clapp Austin P., clerk, 368 Main, house 95 
Columbia 

Clapp Charles C, music (69 Court, B.), 
house 132 Mt. Auburn 

Clapp Clift R., student H. U., rooms 33 
Thayer Hall 

Clapp Edward C, compositor University 
Press, house 14S Mt. Auburn 

Clapp Fred C, clerk (69 Court, B.), boards 
132 Mt. Auburn 

Clapp George Walter, metals (B.), house 
169 Putnam avenue 

Clapp Geo. W. (8 Chardon, B.), house 58 
Pleasant 

Clapp John, sawyer, 162 Broadway, house 
89 Plymouth [8 River 

Clapp Nancy T., wid. of Frederick, house 

Clapp Robert P., law student H. U., re- 
porter "Advertiser" (29 Court, B.), 
and collector Cambridge Tribune, 
rooms 17 Western avenue 

Clapp Seth Edward, liquors (8 Chardon, 
B.), house 65 Pleasant 

Clapp Walter G., missionary, board* 18 
Putnam avenue 



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Clark Albert Mrs., house 71 Hastings 
Clark Albert E., engineer, h. 80£ Green 
Clark Alvan (Alvan Clark & Sons), tele- 
scope maker, Henry, h. 184 Brookline 
Clark Alvan & Sons (Alvan, Alvan G. and 

George B. Clark), telescope makers, 

Henry, near Brookline 
Clark Alvan G. (Alvan Clark & Sons), tel- 
escope maker, Henry, house 186 

Brookline 
Clark Amasa S. K., clerk Cambridge Gas 

Co., 424 Harvard, boards 21 Irving 
Clark Ambrose H., collector Cambridge 

Gas Co., 424 Harvard, house 21 Irving 
Clark Appleton, boots and shoes (177 and 

and 181 Congress, B.), house 20 Sac- 
ramento 
Clark Asa D., bolt and nut mnfr., 128 

Portland, house at Lowell 
Clark A. H. Mrs., house 51 Erie 
Clark Bernard P., blacksmith, 232 North 

avenue, house at Somerville 
Clark Benjamin P., cigar mnfr., 35 Pearl 

and (B. P. Clark & Co.), 503 Main, 

house 81 Franklin 
Clark B. P. & Co. (Benj. P. Clark, Amasa 

A. McKusick and Thos. H. Emerson), 

confectionery mnfrs., 503 Main 
Clark Carrie M., widow of Chauncey, 

house 17£ Shepard 
Clark Charles H., cabinet maker, rear 

Khoades building, State, b. at Boston 
Clark Chas. H., stereotyper University 

Press, boards 9 Revere 
Clark Chester N"., supt. brush department, 

House of Correction, East Cambridge, 

house at Somerville 
Clark Daniel, lager beer, Palmer, near 

Brattle, house 22 Church 
Clark Dwight S., agent, h. 152 Prospect 
Clark Edward Mrs., house rear 43 Clark 
Clark Edward J. (John Harrington & 

Clark), granite worker. Gore wharf, 

Third, house at Somerville 
Clark Edward K. Mrs., house Summer, 

corner Inman 
Clark Edward P., clerk, 6 Brattle, house 

83 Concord avenue 
Clark Ella \V. Miss, teacher Thorndike 

grammar school, bds. at Winchester 
Clark Earnest W., plumber, 634 Main, 

house 5 Lamson place 
Clark Eugene B., asst. inspector, 162 

Broadway, house Florence place 
Clark Francis, shoemaker, SQ Fourth, bds. 

159 Norfolk 
Clark Francis L., student H. U., rooms 18 

Holworthy Hall [402 do. 

Clark Frank A., hulled corn, 400 Main, h. 
Clark Frank H., student H. U., rooms 26 

Beck Hall 
Clark Frederick C. (F. C. Clark & Co.), 10 

Brattle, boards 404 Harvard 

CLARK F. C. & CO. (Frederick C. 
Clark), stoves, etc., 10 Brattle 
Clark George (Lawrence & Clark), pro- 
visions,^} Harvard, h. 44 Washington 



Clark Geo., bolt maker, boards 77 Clark 
Clark George A., mariner, boards Susan 

E. Clark's, Harris 
Clark Geo. B. (Alvan Ciark & Sons), tele- 
scope maker, Henry, h. 182 Brookline 
Clark Hannah G., widow of Stephen, h. 

74 Thorndike [do. 

Clark Herbert, gardener, 8 Highland, h. 
Clark Horace, student H. U., rooms 26 

Thayer Hall 
Clark Hyacinth, boiler-maker, 72 Main, 

house 239 Cambridge 
Clark Isaac H., machinist, 174 Broadway, 

house at Somerville 
Clark James, iron-worker Boston Bridge 

Works, house at Boston 
Clark James S., glass-cutter N. E. Glass 

Co., boards 79 Spring 
Clark Jeduthan, lithographer, h. 12 Fair- 
mont 
Clark John, porter Ross House, bds. do. 
Clark John, cook Memorial Hall, house 

133 Winsor 
Clark John, tailor, 18 Brighton, house 12 

Lopez 
Clark John, driver U. R. Co., house Cush- 

ing, corner Cushing court 
Clark John jr., driver U. R. Co., boards 

John Clark's, Cushing 
Clark John E., clerk, 1 Holyoke, bds. 24 

Be Wolf 
Clark John R., clerk, 190 Cambridge, bds. 

57 Sixth [Hampshire 

Clark John W., cabinet-maker, house 98 
Clark Joseph P., student H. U.. rooms 40 

Gray's Hall [Weld Hall 

Clark Joseph S., student H. U., rooms 20 
Clark Kimball V., student H. U., rooms 16 

Oxford 
Clark Lewis C, engineer Chemical engine 

No. 1, Central square building, West- 
ern avenue, house do. 
Clark Lydia H., widow of Joseph F., h. 79 

North avenue 
Clark Martin V. B., compositor Riverside 

Press, house 29 William 
Clark Mary, widow, h. rear 41 Clark 
Clark Mary Ann, widow of George H., 

house 9 Revere 
Clark Mary J., widow of James, h. 8 White 
Clark Metcalf B. Mrs., house 134 Oxford 
Clark Ozias, carpenter, 52 Cambridge, h. 

at Somerville 
Clark Patrick, glass-worker, h. 181 Bridge 
Clark Patrick, watchman U. R. Co. 

(Brighton), house Holworthy place 
Clark Richard, carpenter, 169 Gore, h. 31 

Winter [Hampshire 

Clark Robert G., at 162 Broadway, h. 113 
Clark Robert H., clerk, 152 North avenue, 

boards 17 Wendell 
Clark Robert O., carver, house 81 Sixth 
Clark Simon P., carpenter, 19 Cherry, h. 

35 do. 
Clark Susan E., widow of John A., house 

Harris, next to Somerville line, last 

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Clark S. Adams, at Page's box factory, 

bouse at Somerville 
Clark Thomas, laborer, 162 Broadway, h. 
159 do. [88 Winsor 

Clark Thomas (Custom House, B. ), bouse 
Clark Thomas B., at 139 Broadway, b. at 
Boston [Eliot 

Clark Thomas C, painter, 5 Palmer, h. 10 
Clark Thomas EL, tinsmith, 12 Brattle, b. 
36 Ash [8 White 

Clark Thomas M., clerk, 191 North av., b. 
Clark Walter T., boards 88 Winsor 
Clark William? house 40£ Inman 
Clark William B., clerk, Palmer, n. Brat- 
tle, boards 21 South 
Clark William D., carpenter, h. 55 Spring 
Clark Wm. H., bookbinder (76 Sudbury, 

B.), house rear 202 Putnam avenue 
Clark Winter H., ice driver, b. 120 Norfolk 

CLARK WM, T., provisions, 152 
North avenue, house 17 Wendell 
Clarke Augustus P., physician, 693 Main, 
house do. [place 

Clarke Cyrus T. W.. mason, b. 2 Florence 
Clarke Edmund A. S., student H. U., rms. 

5 Holworthy Hall 
Clarke Eugene B., at 162 Broadway, bds. 

2 Florence place 
Clarke Herbert M., student H. U., rooms 

16 Oxford 
Clarke Huldah W., widow of Geo. H., h. 

100 Cambridge 
Clarke H. A. Mrs., house 55 Otis 
Clarke John, grocer, 21 Harding, 
Clarke J. Milton, messenger U 

Treasury (Devonshire, B.), 

Florence place 
Clarke Mary W., wid. of Moses, h. 68 Otis 
Clarke Matthias C, conductor U. R. Co., 

house 87 Sixth 
Clarke Milton E. B., engraver, boards 2 

Florence place [b. 68 Otis 

Clarke Morris D., medical student H. U., 
Clarke Mortimer H., student H. U., rooms 

30 Weld Hall 
Clarke Richard, laborer, house 48 Harding 
Clarke Theodore P. B., letter-carrier (P. 

O., B. ), house 1 Florence place 
Clarke Wm., bootmaker, 184 North av.. h. 

21 Beaver 
Clarke Wm. H., carriage-maker, 178 No. 

avenue, house at Somerville 
Clarke, see Clark 

Clarkson John G., jeweler, b. 6 Rockwell 
Clarkson Thos. G., jeweler, h. 6 Rockwell 
Clarrage Fernando B., musician, house 

109 Allston 
Clary Catherine, widow of Patrick, house 

124 Webster avenue 
Clary Edward, clerk John Clary,68 Bridge, 

boards 103 Otis 
Clary Francis P.. janitor Boylston Hall H. 

U., house 22 Baldwin 

CLARY JOHN, lumber, Sanborn's 
wharf, 68 Bridge, house 103 Otis 
Clary John S., clerk (21 Exchange, B.), b. 
103 Otis 



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Clary Mary, widow of David, h. 230 Bridge 
Clary Oliver C, pattern-maker, 72 Main 
Clary Oliver D., clerk John Clary, boards 
103 Otis [win court 

Clary Patrick, stone-mason, house 7 Bald- 
Clary Susan Miss, house 130 Oxford 
Clasby John, carpenter, house 1 Union 
Clasby Thomas, gas man, house 3 Grant 
Clauss Ellen A., widow, house 158 Green 
Claussen Peter, boots and shoes, 7 Brigh- 
ton, house 214 Green 
Clay Charles, laborer, h. 5 Emmons place 
Clay John S., laborer, house 82 Pearl 
Clayton Horace E., clerk (38 School, B.), 

rooms 20 Essex 

Clayton James, boiler-maker, 72 Main 

Clayton Robert, waiter Memorial Hall, 

house 15 Elmer [Main 

Clear Francis W., marble-worker, h. 365 

Cleary James, box-maker, 162 Broadway, 

house 8 Decatur [Decatur 

Cleary Michael, laborer, 368 Main, h. 8 

Cleland Harvey, teamster, b. 6 Squire's ct. 

Cleland Mathew B., hostler, house rear 58 

Thorndike [Main 

Clement George, house 9 Rogers block, 

Clement Herbert E., asst. bookkeeper, 139 

Broadway, boards 45 Winsor 
Clements John, teamster, house Charles, 

corner Third 
Clemmens Patrick, fireman, 74 Brighton, 

house at Somerville 

Clemmet Thomas, tailor, h. 38 Brookline 

Cleveland Albert D., watchman Bay State 

Brick Co., rear 124 Spruce, house 387 

North avenue 

Cleveland Wm. A., letter carrier North 

Cambridge P. O., bds. at Somerville 
Cliff Sanford P., carpenter, b. 120 Winsor 
Clifford James, feeder U. R. stables, 229 

Cambridge, boards rear 2 Ninth 
Clifford John, engineer, house 5 Beaver 
Clifford John F., brakeman B. & A. R. R., 

house 124 Pearl 
Clifford Mary Mrs., house 124 Pearl 
Clifford Patrick, machinist (161 Pearl, B.), 

house 12 Magazine court 
Clifford Philip, gardener Hovey & Co. 
Clifford Timothy, hostler U. R. Co., bds. 

271 Cambridge 
Clinton Malachi F., butcher, h. 32 Warren 
Clinton Thomas B , carpenter, 169 Gore, 

house 5 Squire's court 
Clogston George F., laborer, h. 17 Banks 
Close Ann, widow, house 25 Essex 
Close Caroline, teacher Allston grammar 

school, boards 25 Essex 
Close Geo., cabinet-maker F. M. Holmes 

Furniture Co., boards 139 Bridge 
Close George, mnfg. confectioner, 243 and 

245 Broadway, house 220 Harvard 
Close John, baker, 315 Cambridge, h. do. 
Close John Mrs., house 25 Essex 
Closs Peter, leather case mnfr. (104 Port- 
land, B.), house 6 Prince 
Clossan Henry, artist, boards 214 Green 
Clossan Peter, shoemaker, h. 214 Green 



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Clough Alphonzo E., wood turner F. M. 

Holmes Furniture Co., h. at Chas'n 
Clough John S., purchasing agent, 169 

Gore, house at Chelsea 
Clough Joseph L., clerk, 245 Broadway, 

house 118 Winsor 
Clouston Frank C, trav. salesman (190 

Congress, B. ), boards 14 William 
Clouston Mary L., widow of William, h. 

14 William 
Clover Ellis.clerk, 30 Brighton.h. 32 Banks 
Clover Frederick, second-hand furniture, 

450 Cambridge, house 14 Murdock 
Clow Edmund K., printer Riverside Press, 

house 50 Fairmont 
Clow Henry J., printer Riverside Press, 

boards 50 Fairmont 
Cloyes Lothrop J., captain of police, sta- 
tion 1, house 12 Story 
Clukas George M., action-maker, 162 

Broadway, boards 8 Sixth 
Clukes William H , jig-sawyer (Beverly, 

B. ), house 8 Sixth 
Clukes William H. jr., boards 8 Sixth 
Clunen Thomas, laborer, house off Well- 
ington, near Hill's crossing 
Cluney Teresa, widow, house 45 Brookline 
Clutier Simon, at 203 Bridge, b. 30 Second 
Coady William, laborer, h.132 Webster av. 
Coakley Daniel, harness-maker William 

Mitchell, boards 139 Bridge 
Coakley Daniel H. (J. X. McCuen & Co.), 

provisions, 125 Cambridge, boards 14 

Willow 
Coakley David, laborer, house 18 North 
Coakley David jr.,glass-worker,b.l8 Xorth 
Coakley John, laborer, house 26 Xorth 
Coakley Patrick, laborer, h. 14 Willow 
Coakley Timothy, expressman, house 500 

Cambridge [97 Auburn 

Coates Hannah C, widow, dressmaker, h. 
Cobb Charles D.. grocer (726 Washington, 

B.), house 111 Xorth avenue 
Cobb Edward, teacher (B.), bds. 11 Avon 
Cobb Edward C, clerk, 529 Main, house 

82 Green [Pleasant 

Cobb Franklin A., clerk, 638 Main, h. 29 
Cobb Franklin A. jr., clerk, 105 Magazine, 

boards 29 Pleasant 
Cobb Frederic C, student H. XL, rooms 

13 Stoughton Hall 
Cobb George E., picture frames, etc., 579 

Main, house 84 Austin 
Cobb Harriet H. Mrs., physician, 314 

Broadway, house do. 
Cobb Henry H., gilder, 579 Main, boards 

84 Austin 
Cobb Josiah H., grocer (1 Thompson sq., 

Charlestown), house 17 Prospect 
Coburn Annie Miss, house 70 Green 
Coburn Calvin, organ-maker, h.148 Spring 
Coburn Charles, salesman (263 Washing- 
ton, B.), house 172 Xorth avenue 
Coburn Cornelia Miss, house 70 Green 
Coburn Geo. A., physician, 13 Sixth, h.do. 
Coburn Lyman R., wheelwright,232 Xorth 

avenue, house at Charlestown 



Coburn Mary J., widow of Wendell T., 
house 110 Winsor 

Cochran John (Govan & Cochran), organ- 
case maker, 162 Broadway, h. 14 State 

Cochran John M., student, bds. 14 State 

Cochran Xathaniel. carpenter (B. & A. R. 
R.. Allston), house 117 Pleasant 

Cochrane Alexander (A. Cochrane & Co.), 
house at Boston 

COCHRANE A. & CO. (Alexander 
and Hugh Cochrane), chemical mnfrs., 
Potter and (55 Kilby, B.) 

Cochrane Hugh (A. Cochrane & Co.). h. 
at Boston 

Codman James M., student H. IL, rooms 
9 Little's block 

Codman John, student H. U., rooms 4 
Thayer Hall 

Codman Robert, student H. U., rooms 11 
Little's block 

Coes C. X. Mrs., house 207 Hampshire 

Coes Geo. H., comedian, h. 207 Hampshire 

Coffee John, teamster, boards 4 Potter 

Coffey Catherine, widow of Timothy, h. 
20 Bay 

Coffey David, mason, house 220 Franklin 

Coffey Dennis, house 58 Xorth 

Coffey D. J., painter, 17 Main, h. at Boston 

Coffey James, laborer, house 58 Xorth 

Coffey John, laborer, house 54 Xorth 

Coffey John J., provisions, 215 Franklin, 
house 20 Bay 

Coffey Timothy J., teamster, 40 Brighton, 
boards 20 Bay 

Coffey William, clerk, Gore, cor. Bridge, 
boards 58 Xorth 

Coffin Arthur S., civil engineer, boards 
William Smith's, Lake View avenue 

Coffin Eugene, carriage-painter, 232 Xorth 
avenue, boards 212 do. 

Coffin Henry, teamster, bds. 8 Squire's ct. 

Coffin James B , grocer, 176 Harvard, 
house do. 

Coffin Mary E., widow, house 6 Gray pi. 

Coffran James P., in Cambridge Rolling 
Mill, house 4 Lincoln 

Cofran Xoah M., at S. M. Cofran's, Con- 
cord avenue, house 13 Wyeth 

Cofran Samuel M., brick mnfr.. Concord 
av., near Fresh Pond, house 70 do. 

Cogan Edmond J., carpenter, 54 Cam- 
bridge, house 151 Winsor 
COGAX JOSEPH, harness maker, 
(65 Sudbury, B. ). house 35 Second 

Cogan Joseph A., student H. U., boards 
35 Second 

Coggsreff James, molder, 624 Main, boards 
462 do. 

Coghlan Francis J., coachman, 357 Har- 
vard, boards do. 

Cogswell Francis, supt. of schools, office 
Central square building. Western ave- 
nue, boards 123 Prospect 

Cogswell Francis, hostler, Bay, corner 
Green, house 199 Franklin 

Cogswell Samuel B., machinist, 368 Main, 
house 17 Austin 



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Cohen Adolph, cigar maker (Court, B.), 

bouse 146 Pearl 
Cohen George, cabinet-maker, Woodbury 

building, Otis, boards at Boston 
Cohen Mark, machinist, 10 Arrow, house 

114 Auburn 
Cohig Edward, laborer, house 149 Bridge 
Coiley Thomas, peddler, boards 482 Cam- 
bridge 
Coit Robert, student H. U., rooms 24 

Thayer Hall 
Coker Frederick G., asst. janitor Court 

House, house 67 Spring 
Colardeau Leon, glass-cutter, house 250 

Harvard 
Colbert Edward, laborer, house 194 Dublin 
Colbert Frederick, machinist, b. 48 Fifth 
Colbert Hannah, wid. of John, h. 49 Flagg 
Colbert John F., printer, boards 49 Flagg 
Colbert John P., foreman organ packers, 

162 Broadway, house 55 Winsor 
Colburn Frank, machinist (B.), boards 14 

Front [Dana 

Colburn George W. (33 Summer, B.), h. 7 
Colby Albert M., pattern-maker, house 

157 Harvard 
Colby Albion C, driver, 502 Main, house 

93 Auburn 
Colby Benjamin, house 36 North avenue 
Colby Caroline A., widow of H. B., house 

163 Cambridge 

Colby Edward A., cabinet-maker F. M. 

Holmes Furniture Co., house at Som- 

erville 
Colby Gilman, editor, house 4 Centre 
Colby Henry, coffin-maker, boards 64 

Hampshire 
Colby Jesse J., bookkeeper (29 Cornhill, 

B.), house 101 Thorndike 
Colby Joseph E., teamster, house 1 Chest- 
nut Park, from 27 Charles 
Colby Lewis Rev., house 697 Main 
Colby Moses C, house 28 Wendell 
Colby Nellie M. Miss, teacher Free Kin 

dergarten school, Concord avenue, 

boards 36 North avenue 
Colby Simeon, teamster, house 77 Clark 
Colby William M., clerk (7 Richmond, B.), 

house 11 Antrim 
Cole Arthur E., driver, 31 Elm, h. 39 do. 
Cole Charles D., secretary Grand Lodge 

I. O. O. F. (Tremont, corner Berkeley, 

B ), house 738 Main 
Cole Charles D'Urban M.. student H. U., 

boards 6 Acacia 
Cole Edward, tailor, house rear 6 East 
Cole Frank N., student H. U., rooms 58 

Matthews Hall 
Cole George A., conductor U. R. Co., h. 

136 Columbia [Remington 

Cole George E., student H. U., rooms 12 
Cole Hanun W., house 6 Acacia 
Cole Seth, printer, house 6 Union 
Cole Stephen R., machinist, 72 Main, h. 

59 Broadway 
Cole Stephen R. jr., boards 59 Broadway 
Cole William E., carpenter, h. 72 River 



Cole William W., cabinet maker, 54 Bridge, 

house rear 184 Cambridge 
Cole, see Coles 

Coleman Addie A. Miss, boards 126 Otis 
Coleman Edward B., clerk (200 Devon- 
shire, B.), boards 11 Wendell 
Coleman Elisha P., bookkeeper (Tremont 

Temple, B.), house 11 Wendell 
Coleman Frank W., bookkeeper (260 

Washington, B.), boards 11 Wendell 
Coleman James W. (John Coleman & 

Sons), boards 92 Winsor 
Coleman John, engineer, 368 Main, house 

68 School 
Coleman John (John Coleman & Sons), 91 

Broadway, house 92 Winsor 
Coleman John, laborer, house 6 Reed 
Coleman John jr.. boards 6 Reed 
nOLEMAN JOHN & SONS (John, 
\J Walter G., and James W. Coleman), 

wood and coal, 91 Broadway 
Coleman Mary J., widow of Mark W., h. 

126 Otis 
Coleman Mary E. Miss, boards 126 Otis 
Coleman Michael, laborer, house Burns 

block, Foster place 
Coleman Michael D., tailor, house 93 

Webster avenue 
Coleman Robert J., printer University 

Press, boards 26 Holyoke 
Coleman Walter G. (John Coleman & 

Sons), 91 Broadway, bds. 92 Winsor 
Coleman, see Colman 
Coles Winslow V., house 22 Austin 
Coll Mary, widow of Patrick, house Web- 
ster avenue, junction Winsor 
Coll Michael, hostler, bds. 22 Willow 
Coll Thomas, hostler, bds. 22 Willow 
Collamore William A., action-maker, 162 

Broadway, house 38 Sidney 
Collerton Joseph, laborer, bouse 12 East 
Collett John R., boards 1 Austin place 
Coiley James Mrs., house 32 Lee 
Coiley William A., house 127 Franklin 
Collier Edward P., printer (238 Washing- 
ton. B.), boards 9 Winter 
Collier Hiram P., student H. U., rooms 27 

Divinity Hall 
Collier John, truant officer, ward 3, house 
9 Fourth [Winter 

Collier Sophia, widow of Patrick H., h. 9 
Cojlier Thomas, in Cambridge Rolling 
Mill, house 85 Clark [lin 

Collins Augustus, laborer, h. r. 221 Frank- 
Collins Charles F., prop. Barlow House 

(801 Tremont, B.), house 94Allston 
Collins Charles J., wood turner, 74 Bright- 
on, house rear 13 Pine 
Collins Charles L., trimmer, 203 Bridge, h.- 

at Charlestown 
Collins Cornelius, saloon, 145 Bridge, bds. 

139 do. 
Collins Cornelius, laborer, house 52 North 
Collins Daniel, laborer, bds. 48 Broadway 
Collins Daniel F., teamster, 153 Putnam 

avenue, house 149 do. 
Collins Dennis, laborer, house 6 Water 



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Collins Edward L., student H. U., boards 

12 Kirkland place 
Collins Ellen, widow, h. 191 Franklin 
Collins Ellen, wid. of Patrick, h. 216 Pearl 
Collins Hugh, engineer, h. 49 Harvard 
Collins James, baker, 502 Main 
Collins James, coffin maker, 203 Bridge 
Collins James E., coach-driver, 249 Cam- 
bridge, house 4 Ninth 
Collins James H., baker, boards 84 Austin 
Collins James J., carpenter, b. 56 Second 
Collins James J., laborer, b. 7 Squire's ct. 
Collins Jeremiah, laborer, h. 128 Webster 

avenue 
Collins John, laborer, bds. 3 Lechmere pi. 
Collins John, granite works, Gore wharf, 

Third, house at South Boston 
Collins John A., clerk, 83 Otis, b. 10 North 
Collins John C, boards 56 Second 
Collins Joseph, brass finisher, boards 7 

Squire's court 
Collins Joseph, gardener Mt. Auburn cem- 
etery, house Mt. Auburn, corner 

McDonald 
Collins Lincoln J., clerk (424 Atlantic av., 

B. ), b. Joseph Collins', Mt. Auburn 
Collins Mary B. Mrs., boarding-house, 56 

Second 
Collins Michael, laborer, h. 7 Squire's ct. 
Collins Michael, butcher Niles Bros., house 

54 Bolton 
Collins Michael, teamster, h. r. 372 No. av. 
Collins Michael B., polisher (13 Bowker, 

B.), house 216 Pearl 
Collins Patrick, laborer, house 22 Blanche 
Collins Patrick D., coal and wood, rear 

140 Pleasant, house do. 
Collins Richard, teamster Valentine, Ellis 

& Co., house 44 De Wolf 
Collins Richard, head baker Memorial 

Hall, house 34 Charles River 
Collins Thomas, laborer, h. 3 Lechmere pi. 
Colins Timothy, tailor (B.), h. 52 North 
Collins William, laborer Niles Bros. 
Collins William S., gardener Mt. Auburn 

cemetery, b. Jos. Collins', Mt. Auburn 
Collum Henry J., tinsmith, 600 Main, 

house 449£ do. 
i lOLMAX JOSEPH J., kitchen 
\J furnishing goods, paper-hangings, 426 

Cambridge, house 183 Columbia 
Colman Theodore, waiter Memorial Hall 
Colman, see Coleman 
Colo Darby, laborer, house 196 Green 
Colomy John J., student H. IL, rooms 44 

Thayer Hall 
Colpert John, 162 Broadway, h. 55 Winsor 
Colston Frank, laborer, h. 59 Plymouth 
Colston Frank, laborer, h. 39 Winsor 
Colter Francis J., teamster, h. 4 Pioneer av. 
Colter William, teamster, b. 4 Pioneer av. 
Colton Frank H.. hotel steward, house 

Lake View av. , near Pumping station 
Colton James, laborer, house 22 Sparks 
Columbia Club, 603 Main, room 5 
Columbus Albert A., tinsmith, house 5 

Rogers block, Washington 



Columbus Louis G., tinsmith, 350 North 

avenue, house 371 do. 
Columbus William S., gymnast, house 95 

Webster avenue 
Combs Charles E., drug clerk, 415 Cam- 
bridge, boards at Somerville 
Cornel Eugenia A. Miss, house 20 Park 
Comer James, currier, house 27 Harvey 
Comer Michael, tanner, house 49 Reed 
Comerford Alice, widow of Edward, house 

143 Elm 
Comerford Edward J., restaurant, 92 

Mount Auburn, house 30 Banks 
Comerford John, shoemaker, 240 Cam- 
bridge, board 8 Eighth 
Comerford John W., laborer, house 15 

Washington 
Comerford Michael, fireman, b. 143 Elm 
Comey Charles R., straw goods (N. Y.), 

boards 5 Pleasant place 
Comey George A., brushes, h. 22 Lake 
Comey Sarah D. R., widow of Chester H., 

house 5 Pleasant place 
Comey William A., clerk, 497 Main, house 

rear 45 Norfolk 
Comstock Hiram M., soda manufacturer 

(30 Canal, B.), house 24 Warland 
Conant Agnes B. Miss, clerk Registrar of 

Deeds office, Otis, corner Second, 

boards 415 Broadway 
Conant Anna E., widow of John, house 

98 Spring 
Conant Benjamin, printer, house 53 Essex 
Conant Charles F., house Washington av- 
enue, near Arlington 
Conant Ernest L., student H. U., rooms 

23 Holvoke House [Gerry 

Conant George H., clerk, 9 Brattle, h. 9 
Conant George W. S., clerk Riverside 

Press, house 8 Tufts 
Conant Harriet E. Miss, clerk, Otis, corner 

Second, boards 415 Broadway 
Conant Joseph J., bookbinder, house 127 

Harvard 
Conant Mary B., nurse, house 8 Tufts 
Concannon Jas. B., waiter, h. 19 Jefferson 
Conder Edwin E., clerk, 621 Main, house 

135 Pearl 
Conder Mrs., teacher of French, h. 70 Gore 
Condon Bridget, widow of Michael, house 

14 Dinsmore court 
Condon James F., liquors, 461 Main, 

house do. 
Condon John P., carpenter B. & A. R. R. 

repair shop (Allston), house 30 Upton 
Condon Robert, hairdresser, 1 Essex, 

house at Boston 
Condon William, teamster, 166 River, 

house Andrew, near Fairmont 
Condrick Edward, laborer, b. 79 Hastings 
Condrick Thomas, brass-finisher, 368 Main, 

house 79 Hastings 
Cone Adeline W. Mrs., house 105 Inman 
Cone Frank W., clerk (111 Arch, Boston), 

boards 105 Inman 
Coney Patrick, gardener, h. 53 Crescent 
Conkey Jason A., house 11 Boavdman 



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Conlan Bernard, house 440 Cambridge 
Conlan Bernard jr., boards 440 Cambridge 
Conlan Bridget, widow of John, house 183 

Winsor 
Conlan Bridget, widow of John, house 20 

Carson 
Conlan Dennis, laborer, boards 13 Bolton 
Conlan Edward, barrel dealer, house 417 

Cambridge 
Conlan Felix, lawyer. Lechmere Bank 

building, 66 Cambridge, boards 59 

Thorndike 
Conlan James F., student H. U., boards 

59 Thorn dike 
Conlan John, boards 440 Cambridge 
Conlan John, lawyer, Lechmere Bank 

building, 66 Cambridge, corner Sec- 
ond, boards 59 Thorndike 
Conlan John, laborer, house 13 Bolton 
Conlan John B , conductor U. R. Co., 

boards 183 Winsor 
Conlan Michael, baker, h. rear 200 Bridge 
Conlan Michael, laborer, house 184 Winsor 
Conlan Michael, laborer, house 3 Rogers 

block, Washington 
Conlan Patrick, teamster, h. 102 Dublin 
Conlan Patrick, furniture, 75 Cambridge, 

house 59 Thorndike 
Conlan Peter, engineer, 206 Broadway, 

house 171 Winsor 
Conlan Robert, laborer, house 121 Harvard 
Conlan Samuel, house 86 Webster avenue 
Conlan Simon B., boards 183 Winsor 
Conlan Thomas, laborer, house 29 Willow 
Conlan Thomas P., conductor U. R. Co., 

boards 59 Thorndike 
Conlan, see Conlin 

Conley Annie, widow, house 47 Banks 
Conley Edward, laborer, house 34 Harvard 
Conley James, currier, house 41 Charles 
Conley John F., currier, boards 41 Charles 
Conley John W., plasterer, house 73 Con- 
cord avenue 
Conley Katie, seamstress, h. 72 School 
Conley Mary, widow, house 6 Hastings 
Conley Patrick, laborer, house 24 Warren 
Conley William, teamster, 69 Main, boards 

30 Harvard 
Conlin James A., painter, b. 187 Broadway 
Conlin John H., laborer, house Harris, 

last on the left 
Conlin Thomas, hostler, h. 423 Cambridge 
Connaton Edward, painter, 14 Church, 

house 5 Athens 
Connell Ann Miss, house 143 Elm 
Connell Anthony, painter, h. 9 Hancock 
Connell Anthony jr., brass-finisher, 36g 

Main, boards 9 Hancock 
Connell Benjamin, laborer, b. 68 Brighton 
Connell Cornelius, sawyer, 624 Main, h. 9 

Cowperthwaite 
Connell Ellen, widow of William, house 

204 Franklin 
Connell James, laborer, h. 249 Franklin 
Connell James J., grocer, 233 Franklin, 

house 227 do. 
Connell Jeremiah, laborer, b. 31 Warren 



Connell John, teamster, 71 Main, house 

208 Franklin 
Connell John, laborer, house 1 Shepherd's 

block, Charles River 
Connell John, teamster, 550 Main, house 

253 Franklin 
Connell John B., laborer, boards 1 Shep- 
herd's block, Charles River 
Connell Mary E. Miss, teacher Reed street 
primary school, boards 219 North av. 
Connell Michael, bacon curer, r. 414 Main, 

house 4, rear 191 Hampshire 
Connell Michael, coffin maker, 203 Bridge, 

house 210 do. [h. do. 

Connell Patrick, grocer, 207 Franklin, 
Connell Patrick, tailor, boards 24 Andrew 
Connell Philip, planer, 624 Main 
Connell William J., expressman, Lyceum 

building, Harvard sq., b. 249 Franklin 
Connell, see O'Connell 
Connelly Bartholomew, laborer, Cam- 
bridge cemetery, house 6 Camden pi. 
Connelly Colman, seaman, bds. 56 Charles 
Connelly Jane Mrs., house 49 Clark 
Connelly John, clerk, 333 Main, bds. do. 
Connelly John, farmer, h. Cushing court 
Connelly John, house 56 Charles 
Connelly Mary, widow of Bernard, house 

55 River [Emmons place 

Connelly Thomas, carpenter, house 4 
Connelly Wm., laborer, b. 4 Pioneer av. 
Conner Charles, foreman carpent« r shop 

B. L. & C. R. R., Bridge, house at 

Wilmington 
Conner Charles E., relief engineer C. F. 

D., boards 7 Winsor 
Conner Charles S., brass finisher, house 1 

Austin place 
Conner Frank, printer University Press, 

boards 31 Holyoke 
Conner Jerome A., stucco-worker, boards 

39 Brattle 
Conner William P., machinist, 368 Main, 

house 7 Winsor 
Connerton Dominick, laborer, house 188 

Hampshire 
Connington Henry, baker, 502 Main 
Connochin Grovoner M., student H. U., 

rooms 5 Billiard 
Connolly Bernard C, blacksmith, 178 

North avenue, h. 18 Coggswell av. 
Connor Alouzo J., mason, h. 39 Brattle 
Connor Charles P., salesman (87 Sum- 
mer, B.), house 110 Gore 
Connor Daniel C, gilder (508 Washing- 
ton, B.), house rear Cushing, corner 

Cushing court 
Connor Dennis, laborer, house 1 Clay 
Connor James, gardener Bovey & Co., h. 

177 Norfolk 
Connor James W., carpenter, 169 Gore, h. 

8 Buck's block, Seventh 
Connor John, laborer, house 18 South 
Connor John F., baker, bds. 177 Norfolk 
Connor John H., porter, 36 Quincy, b. do. 
Connor Justin P., grocer, 88 Fifth, house 

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Connor Lydia Miss, milliner and dress- 
maker, 345 Main, house at Boston 
Connor Mary, widow, house 186 Green 
Connor Michael, gardener, h. 194 Green 
Connor Michael, laboier, h. r. 14 Jackson 
Connor Patrick, laborer, house 111 Elm 
Connor, see O'Connor 
Connors Bessie Mrs., house 22 School 
Connors Ellen, widow, h. 1 Decatur court 
Connors Jas., in slipper factory, 37 Clark 
Connors Johanna Mrs., house 32 Warren 
Connors Mary Miss, house 67 Vine 
Conners Nellie Miss, house Seventh 
Connors Patrick, laborer, h. 14 Jackson 
Connors Peter J., peddler, h. 26 Brewery 
Connors Terrance, foreman W. Wood & 
Co., Broadway, corner Third, house 

55 Broadway 

Connors Thomas, house 143 Hampshire 
Connors Thomas, teamster, h. r. 18 Gore 
Connors William, cabinet maker, boards 

56 Second [120 Spring 
Connors Wm. J., polisher, 203 Bridge, h. 
Conrey Stephen, printer, boards 4 Sands 
Conrick Edward, laborer, h. 79 Hastings 
Conrick Jnlia, teacher St. Mary's Paro- 
chial school, house 79 Hastings 

Conroy Carey, laborer, house 46 Blagg 
Conroy James, laborer, house 8 Grant 
Conroy James, electrotyper University 

Press, house 10 Foster 
Conroy James, finisher, 44 Cambridge, h. 

at Charlestown 
Conroy John F., printer University Press, 

house 101 Kinnaird 
Conroy Karen, laborer, h. 101 Kinnaird 
Conroy Patrick, teamster, house Conroy 

block, rear 215 Mount Auburn 
Conroy Patrick John, slater, house rear 

56 Charles [h. do. 

Conroy Thos., lager beer, 198 Cambridge, 
Conry Michael J., police station 2, house 

rear 17 Charles River 
Converse Charles H., student H. U., rms. 

52 Matthews Hall 
Converse George H., clerk (178 Congress, 

B. ), boards 403 Broadway 
Converse Joseph H., president (47 Equita- 
ble building, 150 Devonshire, B.), h. 

403 Broadway 
Converse Julia, widow, boards S0£ Green 
Conway Catherine, widow of Martin, h. 

12 North 
Conway Cornelius, tailor, 433 Main, house 

119 Harvard 
Conway James, cooper, boards 374 Main 
Conway James, tailor, 430 Harvard, rms. 

22 Mt. Auburn 
Conway Patrick, glass maker, b. 12 North 
Conway Patrick C., clerk, adjt.-gen. office 

(State House, B.), house 10 Florence 
Conway Richard, mason, 7 Grant, h. do. 
Conway William, grocer, 109 Portland, 

house 107 do. 
Coogan Annie M. Mrs., house 70 Hastings 
Coogan John T., sub. letter carrier, 611 

Main, boards 70 Hastings 



Coogan Martin, clerk, 403 Main, boards 70 

Hastings 
Coogan Michael B., clerk (299 Washing- 
ton, B.), boards 70 Hastings 
Cook Charles, clerk (11 Avon, B.), boards 

59 Gore 
Cook Edward, laborer, 69 Main, boards 6 

Pioneer avenue 
Cook Edward H., coal and wood, 400 Cam- 
bridge, house at Arlington 
Cook Ephraim, house 59 Gore 
Cook Frank G., student H. U., rooms 6 

Hollis Hall 
Cook George, fireman B. L. & C. R. R., 

boards Hotel Cambridge 
Cook George R., boards 125 Austin 
Cook George S., mason, house 510 Main 
Cook Henry M., clerk Seavey & Co., Third, 

house 286 Broadway 
Cook Horace M., clerk Prospect House, 
596 Main, boards do. [M tin 

Cook Isaac H., pork dealer (B.), house 479 
Cook James, glass worker, house 8 Third 
Cook James, lather, h. r. 282 Cambridge 
Cook James, mariner, bds. 5 Foster place 
Cook James, molder, Third, corner Bent, 

house at Roxbury 
Cook Jane Mrs., house 5 Foster place 
Cook John, cabinet maker, h. 134 Bridge 
Cook John, carpenter, rear 577 Main, 

house 12 Blanche 
Cook John, laborer, house 6 Pioneer pi. 
Cook John T., kerosene, house 46 Pine 
Cook Joseph, laborer, house 34 Spring 
Cook Joseph, laborer, bds. 1 Hampshire 
Cook Joseph C, varnisher, 162 Broadway, 
boards 1 Hampshire 

COOK JOSIAH W., president Cam- 
bridge Fire Ins. Co., 555 Main, house 
96 Auburn 

Cook Lewis J., organ regulator (1299 
Washington, B.), house 8 Tufts 

Cook Lowell M., tuner, 162 Broadway, 
house 471 Main 

Cook Lucinda, widow, h. 52 Mt. Auburn 

Cook Marvin S., house 125 Austin 

Cook Mary T., widow of Charles A., house 
114 Auburn 

Cook Micah W., house 87 Wendell 

Cook Michael, brass finisher, house rear 
12 Portland 

Cook Robert, lather, b. r. 282 Cambridge 

Cook Sarah L. Mrs., teacher Reed street 
Kindergarten school, h. at Arlington 

Cook Thomas, teamster, bds. Pioneer av. 

Cook Thomas D., sergeant of police, sta- 
tion 5, house 10 Allen 

Cook William, asst. Professor of German 
H. U., house 25 Appleton 

Cook William H., law student H. U., rooms 
47 Matthews Hall 

Cook Wm. M., clerk, Somerville avenue, 
corner White, bds. 248 North av. 

Cooke Carrie A. Miss, teacher Washing- 
ton grammar school, boards 38 Pearl 

Cooke John B., cattle broker, house 1 
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Cooke Josiah P. jr., Erving Professor of 

Chemistry and Mineralogy and Direc- 
tor of the Chemical Laboratory, H. U., 

house 25 Quincy [Boston 

Cooke L. Frederick, supt., 169 Gore, h. at 
Cooke, see Cook 

Coolbroth Edward 1ST., joiner, h. 92 Banks 
Cooley Albert L., furniture (40 Lancaster, 

B.), house 91 Magazine 
Cooley Chas. A., furniture (40 Lancaster, 

B.), house 91 Magazine 
Cooley Edward L., clerk (30 Bromfield, 

B.), boards 91 Magazine 
Cooley George E., watchman, boards 3 

Charles River 
Cooley Levi jr., china decorator (Porce- 
lain place, B.), house 120 Prospect 
Cooley Mary J. Mrs., h. 3 Charles River 
Coolidge Arthur F., bookkeeper Joseph 

G. Coolidge, Coolidge av., bds. do. 
Coolidge Charles, printer Riverside Press, 

house 56 Auburn 
Coolidge Chas.E.. plumber, b. 211 Harvard 
Coolidge Charles F.. clerk Riverside Press, 

house 52 Trowbridge 
Coolidge Charles EL, millinery, etc. (90 

Tremont, B.), house 20 Forest 
Coolidge Daniel S., tube board maker, 162 

Broadway, house 9 River 
Coolidge Edward J., foreman Joseph G. 

Coolidge, boards do. 
Coolidge Flavel, house 48 Trowbridge 
Coolidge George H., house 894 Main 
Coolidge Geo. H., at 162 Broadway, house 

211 Harvard 
Coolidge James F., printer, h. 126 Winsor 
Coolidge John, carpenter, h. 14 Myrtle pi. 
Coolidge John F., express, 195 Broadway, 

and (26 Devonshire, B.), h. 3 Columbia 
Coolidge John G., student H. U., rooms 

11 Holyoke House 
Coolidge Jos. A., student H. IT., boards 

Joseph G. Coolidge's 
Coolidge Joseph G., farmer and florist, 

Coolidge av., near Mt. Auburn, h. do. 
Coolidge Joseph R., student H. U., rooms 

48 Matthews Hall 
Coolidge Louis A., student H. IL, rooms 

19 Stoughton Hall [13 Walden 

Coolidge Mary A., widow of Charles, h. 
Coolidge Mary B. Miss, h. 17 Mt. Auburn 
Coolidge Sumner, student H. U., rooms 

5 Hollis Hall 
Coolidge Susan G. Mrs., house 758 Main 
Coolidge Thos. J., student H. U., rooms 

18 Little's block 

Coolidge Wm. H., student H. U., rooms 

19 Stoughton Hall 

Coombs Augustus, clerk (B.), h. 70 School 
Coombs Burton, carpenter, house 95 Gore 
Coomey Patrick, laborer, house 145 Main 
Coon James Mrs., house 32 Magazine 
Coon John J., mason (B.), b. 32 Magazine 
Coon John S., mechanical engineer, 604 

Main, boards 54 Austin 
Cooney Edward J., cabinet maker, house 

26 Banks 



Cooney Joseph, machinist, h. 16 DeWolf 
Cooney John G., printer University Press, 

boards 16 DeWolf 
Cooney Mary, widow of Timothy, house 

32 Charles River 
Cooney Michael, laborer, house 15 Carson 
Cooney Michael J., telegraph operator B. 

L. & C. R. R. shop, boards at Chelsea 
Cooper Almond F., treasurer The Boston 

Standard Wheel Co.. 21 Hampshire, 

house 74 Ellery 
Cooper Bridget, wid. of John, h. 62 Harvard 
Cooper Caroline L. F., widow, h. 84 Green 
Cooper Charles, laborer, boards 16 Berk- 
shire place [33 Bigelow 
Cooper Charles H., helper, 92 Main, bds. 
Cooper Henry M., printer, b. 62 Harvard 
Cooper James, carpenter, h. 154 Charles 
Cooper James W., foreman orl refiners, 

169 Gore, house 186 Gore 
Cooper John, blacksmith, 232 North av., 

house at Arlington 
Cooper John, cooper, bds. 62 Harvard 
Cooper John, cooper, bds. 135 Cambridge 
Cooper John, clerk (47 Commercial, B.), 

house rear 144 Thorndike 
Cooper John F., carpenter, h. 133 Spring 
Cooper Margaret Mrs., h. r. 137 Portland 
Cooper Mary, widow of David, house 13 

Hamilton 
Cooper William, house 46 River 
Coote Charles H., book finisher Riverside 

Press, house 5 Daye court 
Coote Edward, printer Riverside Press, 

boards 83 Putnam avenue 
Cooter Wm. P., coppersmith (63 Pitts, B.), 

house 112 Gore 
Copeland Calvin, teamster, h. 105 Spring 
Copeland Charles T., student H. U., rms. 

31 Gray's Hall 
Copeland Francis, retoucher (41 Winter, 

B.), boards 25 Sacramento 
Copeland George H., captain station 2, 

house 12 Winsor [125 Spring 

Copeland Henry F., driver J. C. Stiles, b. 
Copeland J. Horace, carpenter (146 Mt. 

Vernon, B.), house 124 Norfolk 
Copeland Robert M. Mrs., h.21 North av. 
Copeland Seth, confectionery (4 Tremont 

row, B.), house 125 Spring 
Copeland William E., clerk, b. 12 Winsor 
Copithorne Ann, widow of William E., 

house rear 118 Fourth 
Copithorne John, boards 40 Union 
Copithorne Matthew Mrs., h. 40 Union 
Copithorne Richard M., bookbinder, h. 

107 Hampshire [115 Winsor 

Copithorne William, bookbinder, house 
Copp John C, bookbinder, 105 Magazine, 

boards 85 Auburn 
Copp, see Kopp 
Copplestone Ann, widow of Richard, h. 

rear 140 Garden 
Corbellis James F., grocer, 84 Third,h. do. 
Corbett Augustus O., pressman Universi- 
ty Press, and lodging-house, 13 Kirk- 
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Corbett Daniel, foreman of coopers, 169 
Gore, house 12 Squire's court 

Corbett David, printer University Press, 
boards 29 Holyoke 

Corbett Geo. W., horse-shoer, rear Porter's 
Hotel, 185 North avenue, house 44 
Coggswell av. [Coggswell av. 

Corbett George W. jr., horse-shoer, b. 44 

Corbett James, blacksmith, 249 Cambridge, 
rooms 106 do. 

Corbett John, foreman of yard, 113 Broad- 
way, house 108 Washington 

Corbett John, shade-painter Brown, Mur- 
phy & Thorndike, house 8 Lopez 

Corbett Michael F., gate tender B. L. & 
C. R. R., house 36 Second 

Corbett Solomon, carpenter, b. 41 Franklin 

Corbett Walter B., tinsmith, 153 Putnam 
avenue, boards 42 Fairmont 

Corbett Wm. J., wood carver, boards 12 
Squire's court 

Corcoran Daniel, laborer, h. 204 Franklin 

Corcoran Dennis, police, station 3, house 
159 Thorndike 

Corcoran Frank, stereotype finisher Uni- 
versity Press, boards 18 Dunster 

Corcoran George, carpenter, boards 105 
Columbia 

Corcoran James E., brushmaker, 12 Gore, 
house 159 Columbia 

Corcoran James E., baker, boards John 
Corcoran's. Bennet 

Corcoran Jeremiah, baker, 29 Banks, h. do. 

Corcoran John, bookbinder Riverside 
Press, house 107 Putnam avenue 

Corcoran John, blacksmith, house end of 
Bennet 

Corcoran John, blacksmith, b. 18 Dunster 

Corcoran John, laborer, h. 408 Cambridge 

Corcoran John H., dry goods, etc., 587 
Main, boards 107 Putnam avenue 

Corcoran J. Joseph, clerk, 29 Brattle, bds. 
John Corcoran's, Bennet 

Corcoran Mary, widow, h. 206 Franklin 

Corcoran Maurice, laborer,h. 106Kinnaird 

Corcoran Maurice F., lithographer (181 
Devonshire, B.), h. 45 Cambridge 

Corcoran Michael, foreman press room 
University Press, house 36 Hudson 

Corcoran Michael, laborer, 368 Main, h. 7 
Rogers block, Main 

Corcoran Michael J., glass-maker Union 
Glass Co , house 128 Webster avenue 

Corcoran Patrick, assistant janitor Court 
House, house Charles, east of Third 

Corcoran Patrick J., coachman, 149 Mag- 
azine, boards 559 Main 

Corcoran Thomas Patrick, watchman U. 
R. Co., 326 North avenue, h. 45 Cedar 

Corcoran Timothy, police, station 1, h. 38 
Winthrop 

Corcoran Timothy, shoemaker, h. 23 Bay 

Corkery Dennis, laborer, house 5 Carson 

Corkery Dennis, teamster, 166 River, h. 
19 Hayes court 

Corkery Dennis F., machinist, 368 Main, 
boards 19 Hayes court 



Corkery Honora, wid. of Matthew, house 

Somerville avenue, n. Porter's station 

Corkery Mary M., widow of Michael, h. 

134 Webster avenue 
Corkery Matthew, drain builder, 11 Wal- 
nut court, house do. 
Corkery Maurice M., laborer, boards Mrs. 
Honora Corkery's, Somerville avenue 
Corkery Michael, laboier, h. 19 (-arson 
Corkery Patrick, hostler, 149 Magazine, 

house 20 Somerset 
Corkery Timothy P., teamster, boards Mrs. 
Honora Corkery's, Somerville avenue 
Corkery William, laborer, boards 134 Web- 
ster avenue (Park 
Corkhill Edward, porter, house 4 Chestnut 
Corkum George R., carpenter, h. 28 Union 
Corlen Charles, seaman, house 14 Grant 
Corlew Mary J. Miss, dressmaker, house 
21 William [21 William 
Corlew Susan W., widow of Joseph E., h. 
Corliss John, teamster, b. 11 Webster av. 
Corliss John S., printer, h. 19 Jefferson 
Cormack Patrick H., granite-cutter, bds. 
7 Maynard place [Spring 
Cormier Arthur, teamster, 169 Gore, h. 105 
Cornelius Lydia F., wid. of Elias, h.6 Mason 
Cornish Henry C, waiter, h. 88 Harvard 
Corrigan Thomas, hack-driver, house 34 

Harvard 
Corrow Joseph, laborer, house 117 Spruce 
Corrow Joseph jr., laborer, h. 197 Dublin 
Corson Frank, oil-cloth maker H. M. Saw- 
yer, Thorndike, boards at Boston 
Corson Herbert F., teamster, h. Squire's 
brick block, Gore [462 do. 

Cosgriff James H., molder, 624 Main, bds. 
Cosgrove Andrew, laborer, h. 120 Fourth 
Cosgrove Daniel J., painter, 16 Brighton, 
boards 20 Donnell [Thorndike 

Cosgrove Francis A., com'l traveler, h. 94 
Cosgrove James, stone-cutter, 19 Main, 

house 3 Third 
Cosgrove Thomas, laborer, h. 20 Donnell 
Cosgrove Thomas F., grocer, 79 Concord 

avenue, house do. 
Cosgrove Timothy, laborer, b. 20 Donnell 
Coss David, laborer, house 11 Brewery 
Cossette Joseph, currier, house 5 Clay 
Cossette Philip, currier, house 111 Spruce 
Costa Joseph, cabinet-maker, h. 35 Vine 
Costegleone Antoine,baker, 67 Gore. b. do. 
Costeller John, laborer Cambridge ceme- 
tery, boards 18 Tuttle [Tuttle 
Costeller Mary, widow of Edward, h. 18 
Costello Ann, widow, house 16 Hancock 
Costello Edward, gardener,h. 178 Franklin 
Costello Eliza J. Miss, millinery, 117 Gore, 
boards do. [h. Ill Elm 
Costello John, soap-maker, 188 Broadway, 
Costello John, laborer, house 39 Cow- 
perthwaite [117 Gore 
Costello John F., clerk (96 High. B.), bds. 
Costello Michael, engineer (Somerville), 

house 117 Gore 
Costello Patrick, laborer, boards 8 Davis 
Costello Richard, gas man, h. 19 Flagg 



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Costello Thos., grocer, 252 Franklin, h. do. 
Cote Julien. laborer, house 105 Spruce 
Cotter Bartholomew, laborer, h. 4 Vine 
Cotter Edward, switch-tender B. L. & C. 

R. R., boards S3 Bridge 
Cotter Elizabeth M. Miss. h. 10 Oxford 
Cotter Ellen, widow of Thomas, house 29 

Cowperthwaite 
Cotter John, laborer, house 159 Spring 
Cotter John, laborer U. R. Co., house 35 

Baldwin 
Cotter Margaret, widow of Joseph, house 

1 Linehan block, Third 
Cotter Morris, gate-tender B. L. & C. R. 

R.. house rear 83 Bridge 
Cotter Peter, gate-tender B. L. & C. R. R., 
house S Cambridge [Baldwin 

Cotter Richard, conductor U. R. Co., b. 35 
Cotter Thomas, cooper, boards 4 Vine 
Cotting Edward P. Mrs., house 12 Norfolk 
Cotting Henrietta, widow, bds. 12 Norfolk 
Cottle Abishia. machinist, 72 Main, house 

at Charlestowu 
Cotton Charlotte H. Miss, h. 804, Green 
Cotton H. Norman, stationery (24 Milk, 

B.), house 23 Clinton 
Cotton J. Warren, water registrar, office 

City Hall, house 52 Magazine 
Cotton Susan G., widow of Solomon, house 

27 Shepard 
Cottrell Simon G., apothecary, 2S8 Broad- 
way, house 84 Inman 
Couch John (Denyven & Couch), furni- 
ture mnfr., 346 Main, house 52 Pine 
Couch John R., carver, 346 Main, h. 648 do. 
Couch Orren, paper-hanger, bds. 141 Gore 
Coughlan John, laborer, house Locust, 

near Cushing 
Coughlan Daniel, glass-maker, h. 136 Elm 
Coughlan Julia, widow, house 47 Banks 
Coughlan William, cabinet-maker, boards 

16 Webster avenue 
Coughlin David, city laborer,h. 1 Murdock 
Coughlin David, sawyer, h. 107 Hampshire 
Coughlin Deunis, laborer, h. 23 Fourth 
Coughlin John, laborer, house 87 Harvard 
Coughlin Michael, laborer, h. 48 Winter 
Coughlin Michael, spring-maker, 12 Gore, 
boards 139 Bridge [Jefferson 

Coughlin Patrick, cooper, 502 Main, h. 35 
Coughlin Thos., glass-worker, h. 30 North 
Coughlin Timothy, grocer, 16 Webster av- 
enue, house do. 
Coughlin Timothy, laborer, h. 15 Brewery 
Coughlin Win., glass-worker, b. 30 North 
Coulter Francis J., teamster, 69 Main, h. 

4 Pioneer avenue 
Coulter James, molder H. M. Bird, Pel- 
ham, boards 175 Main 
Coulter John, shipping clerk, 69 Main, h. 

169 Otis 
Counihan Edward A., clerk (33 Summer, 

B.), house 39 Gore 

Counihan John, stone cutter, Gore's whf., 

house 83 Charles [sor 

Courdis Jackson G., machinist, b. 9 Win- 

Coursey Mary, wid.of Thos., h.22 Decatur 



Coursey Mary E. Miss, teacher St. Mary's 

parochial school, boards 22 Decatur 
Coursey Thomas, cabinet-maker, 348 

Main, boards 22 Decatur 
Courtney Alexander, photographer, house 

7 Charles River 
Courtney Daniel, laborer, b. 17 Seventh 
Courtney David, machinist, b. 17 Seventh 
Courtney Michael,, laborer, house 377 

Cambridge 
Courtney Thomas, laborer, h. 17 Seventh 
Courtney Thos. jr., teamster, b. 17 Seventh 
Courtney Thomas F., marble-cutter, boards 

377 Cambridge 
Courtney Wm. J., brush maker, house 174 

Cambridge 
Cousens Catherine H. Miss, variety store, 

78 Norfolk, boards 64 Antrim 
Cove Richard B., carpenter, h. 103 River 
Coveney Daniel, teamster, bds. 83 Bridge 
Coveney Hannah Mrs., house 2 Linehan 

block. Third 
Coveney Jeremiah, watchman B. & M. R. 

R., house rear 83 Bridge 
Coveney Jeremiah W., auctioneer, real 

estate and insurance agent, 78 Cam- 
bridge, house 44 Second 
Coveney John, laborer, house 3 Porter 
Coveney John, switchman B. L. & C. R. 

R., house 3 Linehan block, Third 
Coveney John W., undertaker, 193£ Cam- 
bridge, house 193 do. 
Coveney Joseph, carver F. Geldowsky 

Furniture Co., house 179 Cambridge 
Coveney Wm., oil clothes maker, house 

104 Norfolk [8 Cherry 

Coveney Wm. J., clerk (179 Broad, B.), h. 
Coveny Daniel F., machinist, b. 68 Spring 
Coveny John, laborer, house 68 Spring 
Cowan Bernard, building mover, house 16 

Market 
Cowan Dennis, rope maker, Montgomery, 

house Belmont, near do. 
Cowan Frank, overseer U. R. Co. stable, 

Brighton 
Cowan Henry T., provisions, 157 Harvard, 

boards 16 Market 
Cowan Thomas, building mover, 61 Plym- 
outh, house do. 
Cowdin Angeline B., widow of Levi F., 

house 28 Holyoke 
Cowdin Frederic A., drug clerk (23 Union", 

B.), boards 28 Holyoke 
Cowdin Putnam F., boards 28 Holyoke 
Cowdin Sarah A., widow of Robert, house 

15 Sacramento 
Cowdin Winthrop, student H. U., rooms 

22 Little's block 
Cowdrey Willard J., at 162 Broadway, 

house Bristol, near Hampshire 
Cowen Robt., supt. Boston Woven Hose 

Co., 174 Broadway, h. 180 Broadway 
Cowen Thomas H., mason, b. 84 Harvard 
Cowgill Thomas W., student H. U., rooms 

19 College House 
Cox Alex. P., driver U. R. Co., house 

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Cox Charles A., painter, 153 Putnam ave- 
nue, house 1 Gordon place 
Cox Charles P., pattern maker (52 Pearl, 

B.), house 31 Blackstone 
Cox Elizabeth, widow of John, h. 4 Potter 
Cox Francis A., inspector U. R. Co., house 

102 Green [Harding 

Cox Frank, laborer, 162 Broadway, h. 5 
Cox Geo., printer, 531 Main, house 143 

Columbia [Hampshire 

Cox George A., compositor, boards 90 
Cox George H., bookkeeper, 604 Main, 

house 171 Putnam avenue 
Cox George T., boards 143 Columbia 
Cox Hannah, widow of Roger, house rear 

5 Willard court [lege House 

Cox Henry J., student H. IT., rms. 48 Col- 
Cox Herbert B., machinist, 72 Main, bds. 

109 Auburn 
Cox Irving, action maker, 162 Broadway, 

house 31 Blackstone 

COX JAMES, publisher Cambridge 
Press, 531 Main, house 99 Hampshire 
Cox James, porter (167 Congress, B.), 

house 110 Winsor [Amory 

Cox James H., printer, 531 Main, h. 32 
Cox James P., teamster, boards 4 Potter 
Cox Owen, gasman, house 13 Banks 
Cox Thos. H., carpenter, h. 140 Columbia 
Cox Walter J., conductor U. R. Co., h. at 

Somerville 
Cox Wm., laborer, house 112 Hampshire 
Cox Wm., bookbinder Riverside Press 
Cox Wm., carpenter IT. R. Co., Dunster, 

house at Watertown 
Cox Wm. F., printer, 531 Main, house 95 

Pearl [Holyoke House 

Coxe Henry B., student H. IT., rooms 38 
Coy Chas., machinist, house 51 Wright 
Coy George H , engineer, h. 28 Seventh 
Coye E. Everett, bookkeeper (B. ) boards 

20 Wendell [Wendell 

Coye Wm. J., furrier (130 Milk, B.),h. 20 
Coyle Eliza, widow of Geo., h. 3 Grotto pi. 
Coyle Frank, laborer, house 149 Elm 
Coyle James, teamster (126 Atlantic av., 

B.), house 317 Cambridge 
Coyle John, laborer, boards 104 Sparks 
Coyle Margaret, widow of James, house 

rear 125 Third 
Coyle Terrence, laborer, house 85 Bolton 
Crabbe Amasa W., boards 25 Tremont 
Crabbie Ann, widow of Miller, h. 9 Elm 
Crabbie Robert D., brass-finisher, 368 

Main, house 6 Cherry 
Crafts Arthur C, tinman, 153 Putnam av., 

boards 24 Prince 
Crafts Mary E., widow of Geo. W., house 

rear 112 Magazine 
Cragin John P., waiter,house 11 Jefferson 
Craig Robt., horse dealer, h. 14 Walnut ct. 
Craig Robert jr., gilder, 105 Magazine, 

boards 14 Walnut court 
Craig William H., conductor IT. R. Co., 

boards 69 Mount Auburn 
Craig William J., printer, 1 Dunster, 

bds. Robert Moultman's, Holworthy 



Craig Wm. L., engineer American Rubber 
Mill, house 2 Bun-age block, Bristol 

Craigin George A., student H. IT., boards 
19 Irving 

Cram Charles N., action-maker, 113 Broad- 
way, house 16 Pleasant place 

Cram George W., surveyor general of lum- 
ber (23 Central, B.), h. 83 Prospect 

Crandall Edwin A., teamster (Boston), 
house 183 Cambridge 

Crandall Joseph, laborer, b. 48 Broadway 

Crane Aaron R., student H. IT., rooms 59 
Matthews Hall 

Crane Frank H., clerk, 153 Putnam ave- 
nue, boards 82 Magazine 

Crane Luther, box-maker, 3 Hampshire, 
house 21 Pine 

Crane Thomas H., boards 48 Fairmont 

Craney Henry, laborer, h. 17 Valentine 

Crathon Patrick, hostler, 201 Main, house 
rear 114 Broadway 

Crawford Charles, laborer, house 9 Cam- 
den place [Camden pi. 

Crawford Charles jr., bookbinder, bds. 9 

Crawford Elizabeth, widow, house 50 
Portland [5 Hollis Hall 

Crawford Fred E., student H. IT., rooms 

Crawford John (Levi Hawkes & Co.), 
plumber, 599-J- Main and (50 Howard, 
Boston), house 96 Allston 

Crawford Lebaron, laborer, bds. 374 Main 

Crawford Sarah, widow, house 49 Harvard 

Creamer Edward, cabinet maker, Wood- 
bury building, Otis, boards at Boston 

Crean Peter, fruit-peddler, bds. 22 Union 

Creed Joseph, brass-molder O. C. R. R., 
house 132 Spring 

Creed Sydney, at 139 Broadway, boards 42 
Hampshire 

Creedon James, laborer, h. rear 161 Otis 

Creelman Henry, laborer, house 419 Cam- 
bridge 

Creelman William, bookbinder Riverside 
Press, house 14 Laurel 

Creesy Frank L., student H. IT., rooms 23 
Thayer Hall 

Crehore Morton S., student H. IT., rooms 
43 Beck Hall 

Crehore William M., carriage painter, 350 
North avenue, boards 352 do. 

Creighton Catherine, widow, house 3 
Hannum's block, Broadway 

Creighton Mary, widow of Thomas, house 
rear 68 Gore 

Creighton Patrick, laborer, house 7 Han- 
num's block, Broadway 

Cribby John H., laborer, boards 6 Shep- 
herd's block, Charles River 

Crimmings Julia F., grocer, 18 School, 
house do. 

Crimmins Catherine, widow of John, 
house 44 Kinnaird 

Crimmins Daniel, cooper, bds. 131 Spring 

Crimmins John, machinist, h. 131 Spring 

Critchelow Melisha, wid., h. 1 Norfolk ct. 

Croak Michael, stone-cutter J. Collins, 
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Croake James, shoemaker, 39 Central 

square, house 18 Mill 
Croake Patrick, in slipper factory, 37 

Clark, house at Boston 
Croaker Frank W., cabinet maker F. M. 

Holmes Furniture Co.. b. at Chelsea 
Crocker Adam, student H. U., rooms 2 

Matthews Hall 
Crocker Benj., baker, h. 438 Cambridge 
Crocker Elvira K., widow of Phiueas A., 

house 273 North avenue 
Crocker George U., student H. U., rooms 

45 Weld Hall 
Crocker Geo. W., proof-reader (34 School, 

Boston), house 95 In man 
Crocker Grace D. Miss, music-teacher, 

house 2 William 
Crocker John C, die-maker, 163 Pleasant, 

house 38 Erie 
Crocker John D., plasterer, 548 Main, 

boards 2 William 
Crocker John S., machinist, bds. 5 Bristol 
Crocker John W., plasterer, 548 Main, 

house 2 William 
Crocker Nehemiah D., watchman, 162 

Broadway, house 247 Putnam avenue 
Crocker Wm. H., baker, 502 Main, house 

10 Green 
Crocker William T., student H. U., rooms 

35 Matthews Hall 
Crocker Winnifred, widow of Charles, 

house 5 Bristol 
Crockett George, fireman B. L. & C. R. R., 

rooms 120 Cambridge 
Crockett Jonathan, tinsmith, 12 Brattle, 

boards 6 Harvard square 
Crockett John F., master of transporta- 
tion B, L. & C. -R. R., rooms 61 Third 
Cromell Albert, carpenter, house 29 Elm 
Cronan Daniel, laborer, h. 220 Franklin 
Cronan John, iron-worker, h. 12 Antrim 
Cronan John, laborer, h. rear 97 Gore 
Cronan Mary A., widow of Michael, house 

99 Western avenue 
Cronan Timothy A., varnisher, 162 Broad- 
way, house 109 Spring [Carson 
Cronin Ann, widow of Timothy, house 9 
Cronin Catherine, widow of Daniel, house 

3 Lechmere place fdo. 

Cronin David, grocer, 51 Washington, h. 
Cronin Dennis, laborer, h. 5 Foster place 
Cronin E., boiler maker, 92 Main 
Cronin Francis T., boards 434 Broadway 
Cronin Hannah, boarding, h. 21 School 
Cronin James, laborer, 368 Main 
Cronin John, currier, house 3 Baldwin ct. 
Cronin John, currier, boards John Sulli- 
van's, Clifton 
Cronin John, laborer, house 11 Short 
Cronin John M., laborer, 61 Plymouth, 

house 9 Walnut court 
Cronin John P., engineer F. M. Holmes 

Furniture Co., house at Charlestown 
Cronin Patrick, laborer, h. 242 Franklin 
Cronin Patrick, laborer, h. 267 Cambridge 
Cronin Timothy, stone-cutter, 53 Main, 

house 39 Banks 



Cronin Timothy F. Mrs., h. 434 Broadway 

Cronin, see Cronan 

Crook George F., compositor University 

Press, house 11 Remington 
Crosbie John G., stucco worker, boards 17 

Wallace 
Crosby Austin R., salesman (Beverly, cor- 
ner Travers, B.), house 281 Pearl 
Crosby Eliza A. Mrs., h. 21 Sacramento 
Crosby Frederick, produce (57 F. H. mar- 
ket, Boston), house 128 Oxford 
Crosby John, laborer, 624 Main, house 243 

Franklin 
Crosby John, teamster, 600 Main 
Crosby John A., carpenter, house 104 

Brookline 
Crosby Michael, laborer, h. 243 Franklin 
Crosby Peter, brush maker, 12 Gore, bds. 
at Boston [Franklin 

Crosby Richard, laborer, house rear 243 
nittXSBY SYLVESTERS., watch- 
\J maker (421 Washington, B. ), house 21 

Sacramento 
Croscombe Morley G., apothecary, 96 

Pleasant, house 94 do. 
Cross Carleton, provisions, h. 29 Gore 
Cross Daniel W., pressman (B.), b. 4 Pine 
Cross Edwin S., clerk (92£ Blackstoue, B.), 

house 28 Winter 
Cross Franklin, peddler, h. rear 29 Sixth 
Cross George F., action-maker, b. 4 Pine 
Cross George W., steam piper, h. 8*4 Spring 
Cross Henry S., coal and wood, b. 84 Spring 
Cross Joseph, house 63 Pleasant 
Cross Margaret, widow of Daniel W., 
house 4 Pine [96 Magazine 

Cross Nancy H., widow of Timothy, house 
Cross Phebe Mrs., nurse, rms. 5 William 
Cross Robert J., bookbinder (B.),b. 4 Pine 
Grossman Charles T., machinist (B.), bds. 

28 Jay 
Crossman Edward L., house 28 Jay 
Grossman Frederick D. (41 Avon, B.), bds. 
28 Jay | Winsor 

Crossman George E., printer, house 122 
Crossman John D., regulator, 162 Broad- 
way, house at East Milton 
Crossman Nancy, wid. of Lloyd, h. 28 Jay 
Croswell James G., tutor in Greek and 

Latin H. U., house 19 Ash 
Croswell Samuel, boards 20 Amory 
Croswell Simon G., lawyer (7 State, B. ), 

• house 19 Ash 
Croswell William, bookkeeper (77 Sum- 
mer, B.), house 20 Amory 
Crothers Andrew L., clerk, 3 In man sq., 

boards 22 Antrim 
Crothers Charles E., salesman, 208 Cam- 
bridge, house 22 Fifth 
Crothers David C, upholsterer (21 Charles, 

B.), house 85 Vine 
Crothers Win. J., tin peddler, h. 87 Vine 
Crothers William J. jr., conductor U. R. 

Co., boards 69 Spring 
Crow Joanna, wid. of Wm., h 125 Dublin 
Crowdes J., machinist, 72 Main 
Crowe Joseph, saw -filer, h. 40 School 



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Crowell Arthur K., bookkeeper, 113 

Broadway, house 17£ Austiu 
Crowell Carleton, salesman, boards 39 Ash 
Crowell Charles A., safe-maker, 17 Main, 

house at Boston 
Crowell Herbert E., lithographer, b. 39 Ash 
Crowell Thomas Henry, machinist (81 

High, B.), boards 39 Ash 
Crowell Thomas Howes, foreman Cam- 
bridge Gas Co., 424 Harvard, h. 39 Ash 
Crowell Timothy, lumber (120 State, B.), 

house 34 Prospect 
Crowley Cornelius, switchman B. L. & C. 

R. R., house 46 Winter 
Crowley Daniel, laborer, h. 15 Murdock 
Crowley Daniel, laborer, h. 127 Webster av. 
Crowley Dan'l J., glass-blower, h. 38 Winter 
Crowley David, polisher Wm. H. Hazlett 

& Co., boards rear 8 Gore 
Crowley David, road-hand B. L. & C. R.R , 

house 8 Short 
Crowley David, teamster, 71 Main, house 

4 Hannum's block, 114 Broadway 
Crowley Dennis, at Boston Bridge Works, 

Sixth, house at Chelsea 
Crowley Dennis, laborer, house 7 Foster's 

block, 93 Main 
Crowley Dennis, laborer, house 36 North 
Crowley Dennis J., printer University 

Press, house 2 South 
Crowley Edward core maker, Third, cor. 

Bent, house at Boston 
Crowley Ellen Miss, house rear 51 Gore 
Crowley Ellen, wid. of John H., h. 95 Fifth 
Crowley Florence, laborer, house 25 Gore 
Crowley Florence, laborer, bds. 164 Gore 
Crowley Florence A., teamster, boards 58 

Charles 
Crowlev James J., messenger (13 Doane, 

B.)!" boards 58 Charles 
Crowley Jeremiah, shoemaker, house 233 

Franklin [mont 

Crowley Jeremiah Mis., h. Jackson, n. Bel- 
Crowley Johanna, widow of James, house 

58 Charles [98 Vine 

Crowley John, planer, 162 Broadway, h. 
Crowley John, spring maker, 12 Gore, bds. 

139 Bridge 
Crowley John J., teamster, h. 148 Third 
Crowley John J., laborer, house 93 Third 
Crowley Kearan F., bookbinder Riverside 

Press, house 153 Pearl 
Crowley Margaret, widow, house 7 Grant 
Crowley Mary, widow of John, h. 12 Short 
Crowley Mary L. Miss, dry and fancy 

goods, 109 Fourth, h. 46 Winter 
Crowley Michael, wheelwright (157 Liver- 
pool, E. B.), house 130 Pleasant 
Crowley Patrick, gardener, 10 Linden, 

boards do. 
Crowley Patrick, laborer, h. 79 Brighton 
Crowley Patrick, boards 57 Gore 
Crowley Thomas, stone-cutter, boards 8 

Broadway 
Crowley Timothy, mason, h. 29 Willow 
Crowley Timothy, teamster, h. 27 Gore 
Crowley Timothy J., boards 27 Gore 



Crowley William A., printer University 

Press, boards 2 South 
Crozier Christopher, painter, house 3 

Appian-way 
Cruikshank George, roller, 126 Portland, 

boards 56 Webster avenue 
flRUIKSHANK JAMES T., flow- 
\J ers, bulbs, etc., 831 Main, house 40 

Putnam avenue 
Crump Wm. H., clerk, house 61 Market 
Cuddhy Annie S. Miss, dressmaker, 82 

Spring, house do. 
Cuddy Edward, at 139 Broadway, boards 

157 Columbia 
Cuddy James, boards 157 Columbia 
Cuddy John, liquors, 157 Columbia, h. do. 
Cuddy Thos., carpenter, b. 157 Columbia 
Cuinen Julius J., silver plater (B. ), house 

209 Franklin 
Culhan Edward, spring bed maker, 386 

Main, house 390 do. 
Culhane Daniel, laborer, house 32 Bay 
Culhane Daniel, laborer, h. 9 Willard ct. 
Culhane Daniel F., marble worker R. L. 

Sands, boards Martin Brennan's, 

Winthrop 
Culhane Edward J., hostler U. R. Co., 

Dunster, boards 9 Willard court 
Culhane Garrett, clerk, house 169 Norfolk 
Culhane James, laborer Gas Works, house 

34 Banks 
Culhane James, laborer, house 34 Bay 
Culhane John, gasman, house 18 Flagg 
Culhane John, hostler, 120 Green, boards 

19 Bay [Norfolk 

Culhane John W., expressman, boards 169 
Culhane Kate, widow of Patrick, house 44 

Flagg 
Culhane Margaret W., widow of Thomas, 

house 275 Putnam avenue 
Culhane Michael, laborer, house 49 Flagg 
Culhane Michael, laborer, house 19 Bay 
Culhane Patrick, foreman Gas Works, 

Third, house 19 Flagg 
Culhane Richard T., driver U. R. Co., bds. 

9 Willard court 
Cullen Bridget Mrs., liquors, 321 Cam- 
bridge, house do. [59 Spring 
Cullen Catherine, widow of Thomas, h. 
Cullen John, showman, house 59 Spring 
Culliton Barney, cooper, boards 21 Willow 
Culliton Frank, laborer, house 15 Willow 
Culliton James, barrel dealer, 21 Willow, 

house do. 
Culliton James jr., laborer, bds. 21 Willow 
Culliton John, laborer, boards 21 Willow 
Gumming Robert, student H. U., rooms 48 

Thayer Hall 
Cummings Bernard, tailor, 584 Main 
Cummings Charles F., printer University 

Press, boards 26 Holyoke 
Cummings Charles Franklin, clerk (451 

Washington, B. ), boards 2 Oak 
Cummings Charles H., flour (26 Commer- 
cial, B. ), house 714 Main 
Cummings Charles P., printer University 

Press, house 154 Green 



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Cummings Daniel P. (Chaffee & Cum- 
mings), charcoal, Bridge, junction 
Cambridge, house 82 Otis 

Cummings Dennis, spring-maker, 12 Gore, 
house at Medfield 

Cummings Edward, student H. XL, rooms 
67 College House 

Cummings Harriet E. Mrs., nurse, boards 
19 Irving 

Cummings James, teamster John Rear- 
don & Sons, house 58 Waverly 

Cummings James H., baggage-master (E. 
R. R., East Somerville), boards 2 Oak 

Cummings James M., house 2 Oak 

Cummings John, laborer, Cambridge Wa- 
ter Works, house 32 Auburn 
CUMMINGS, KEMEY & CO. 
(Nathaniel Cummings, John Kenney, 
and Robert W. McNincb), lumber, 
Bridge, opposite Prison Point road, 
and (17 Wareham, B. ) 

Cummings Lida Mrs., dressmaker, boards 
108 Washington 

Cummings Nathaniel (Cummings, Kenney 
& Co.), lumber, Bridge, opp. Prison 
Point road, house at Boston 

Cummings Richard J., compositor River- 
side Press, boards 154 Green 

Cummings Robt., varnisher F. M. Holmes 
Furniture Company, house at Boston 

Cummings Tberon J., intelligence office 
(1 Cambridge, B.), h. 37 Trowbridge 

Cummings Thomas, marble cutter (B.) 
house 44 Bolton 

Cummins Henry, clerk, 452 Harvard, 
boards 5 Linden 

Cummins Thomas K., student H. U., 
rooms 32 Beck Hall 

Cummiskey Michael, boots and shoes (58 
Merrimac, B.), house 178 Cambridge 

Cummiskey Thomas, painter, bds. 115 Elm 

Cunio Anthony, dining-room (19 School, 
B.), house 16 Pleasant 

Cunio John A., periodicals, 35 River, bds. 
16 Pleasant 

Cunio Manuel, laborer, house 128 Bridge 

Cunniff John, stone mason, h. 145 Elm 

Cunningham Arthur B., driver U. R. Co., 
boards 5 South 

Cunningham Dennis F., conductor U, R. 
Co., boards 145 Franklin 

Cunningham Ellen, wid. of James, house 
145 Franklin [Hastings 

Cunningham Frank, laborer, house 72 

Cunningham Henry W., student H. U., 
rooms 9 Hoi worthy Hall 

Cunningham Isabelle, widow, house 213 
Columbia 

Cunningham Jas., baker, 215 Cambridge, 
boards 213 do. 

Cunningham James, wood turner, 113 
Broadway, house 45 Union 

Cunningham Jeremiah, iron molder, 368 
Main, house 9 Rogers block, Main 

Cunningham John, laborer, h. 32 Harvard 

Cunningham John, varnisher, 162 Broad- 
way, house at Roxbury 



Cunningham Joseph J., cooper, boards 

rear 53 Vine [Union 

Cunningham Mary, widow of Wm., h. 41 
Cunningham Patrick, laborer, house 32 

Harvard [ Don n ell 

Cunningham Patrick, laborer, house 18 
Cunningham Philip, laborer, h. r. 53 Vine 
Cunningham Thomas, tinsmith, house 

Second, near Vine 
Cunningham Thomas, boiler-maker, 92 

Main, house 4 Baldwin place 
Cunningham Thomas E., physician, 518 

Main, house do. 
Cunningham Walter, driver U. R. Co., 3 

Harvard square 
Cunningham William De L., student H. 

U., rooms 1 Beck Hall 
Cunningham William J., mill hand, 624 

Main, boards 145 Franklin 
Cunnington Harry, at 502 Main, boards 82 

Green 
Curley John, pressman Riverside Press, 

boards 189 Franklin 
Curley Martin, laborer, boards 22 Donnell 
Curley Michael J., cigir maker, 599 Main, 

house at Lynn 
Curley Patrick J., teamster, h. 22 Donnell 
Curley, see Kirley 
Curling John, laborer, 26 North avenue, 

boards do. [Eliot 

Curran Catherine, widow of Philip, h. 11 
Curran Cornelius, laborer, h. 39 Hunting 
Curran George, coffee peddler, house 12 

Warren 
Curran James H., painter, h. 71 Brighton 
Curran John, peddler, house 24 Willow 
Curran John F.. pressman University 

Press, house 16 Mt. Auburn 
Curran Margaret Miss, housekeeper, 26 

Coggswell avenue 
Curran Martin, clerk, h. 28 Coggswell av. 
Curran Michael, laborer, boards 213 Co- 
lumbia [Hunting 
Curran Michael, grease collector, house 39 
Curran Patrick, laborer.bds. 213 Columbia 
Curran Peter, cooper, house 17 McCabe 
Currie Abram Y., carpenter, house 18 

Trowbridge 
Currie John, piano-tuner, h. 13 Fourth 
Currie John C., jig-sawyer, b. 13 Fourth 
Currie Lionel R., cabinet-maker, boards 

13 Fourth 
Currie, see Curry 
Currier Arthur T., bookbinder (Franklin, 

B.), house 127 Auburn 
Currier George, organ-maker (B.), h. 1 

Green 
Currier William A., house 345 Broadway 
Currier William E., clerk (P. O., B.), bds. 

74 Pearl 
Currier William P., house 74 Pearl 
Curry Edward, laborer, boards William 

Curry's, McDonald 
Curry Francis, harness-maker, 132 Bridge, 

boards 16 Vine 
Curry William, blacksmith A. McDonald, 

Mt. Auburn, house McDonald 



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Curry William J., clerk, 155 North av., 

rooms do. 
Curry, see Currie 
Curtin Allen, student H. U., rooms 41 

Matthews Hall 
Curtin Cornelius, laborer, house Cushing, 

near Cushing court 
Curtin Edward, teamster, 81 Bridge, house 

5 Linehan block, Third 
Curtin James, laborer, h. 8 Cambridge 
Curtin John H, laborer, h. 6 Jackson 
Curtin Patrick, laborer, house Cushing, 

corner Lawn 
Curtin Thomas, laborer, h. 152 Bridge 
Curtin Thomas C, laborer, bds. 75 Spruce 
Curtin William, laborer, house 75 Spruce 
Curtis Albert W., mason, basement 216 

North avenue, house 8 Avon hill st. 
Curtis Annie M., Miss, house 20 Fourth 
Curtis Asbury C, grocer, 437 Cambridge, 

house 437£ do. 
Curtis Augustus H., photographer, 33 

River, boards 2 Lawrence 
Curtis Benjamin F., hostler, 180 Main, 

house 247 Broadway 
Curtis Charles, peddler, house Groveland, 

2d from Spruce 
Curtis Charles, agent Hall Rubber Co. (72 

Federal, B.), house 74 Columbia 
Curtis Eliza J., widow of Samuel S., rms. 

100 Mount Auburn 
Curtis Frank J., glassmaker, h. 20 Fourth 
Curtis Frank L., teamster (B.), h. 25 Fifth 
Curtis Hamilton R., student H. U., rms. 

53 Matthews Hall 
Curtis Hannah, wid. of Thos..h. 20 Fourth 
Curtis Henry O., tinsmith, bds. 25 Fifth 
Curtis Horace S., painter, 604 Main, house 

132 Franklin 
Curtis James, boot and shoe maker, Lam- 
bert avenue, near North avenue, house 

at Somerville 
Curtis John B., glassmaker, h. 21 Fifth 
Curtis Mary F. Miss, house 20 Fourth 
Curtis Thomas C , confectionery peddler, 

boards 108 Winsor 
Curtis Walter, student H. U., boards 132 

Franklin 
Curtis Willis C. (31 Court square, B.),bds. 

75 Hubbard avenue 
Cushing Arthur P., proctor H. U., rooms 

7 Stoughton Hall 
Cushing Charles C, boards 18 Wendell 
Cushing Charles F., iron roller, house 4 

Berkshire 
Cushing Clarence, laborer, house rear 27 

Webster avenue 
Cushing George W., printer (16 Hawley, 

B.), boards 18 Wendell 
Cushing Grafton D., student H. U., rooms 

17 Little's block 
Cushing Henry, laborer, house 30 Davis 
Cushing Horace B.. laborer, h. 109 Elm 
Cushing Marshall EL, student H. IL, rms. 

1 Hollis Hall 
Cushing Orville H., iron roller, boards 2 

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Cushing Wallace, laborer, bds. 64 Hamp- 
shire 

Cushing Wm., clergyman, h. 18 Wendell 

Cushing William H., iron roller, house 2 
Berkshire 

Cushman Geo. W., gents' furnishing goods 
(9 Court, B.). boards 58 Concord av. 

Cushman Margaret K., widow of Elkanah 
A., house 48 Concord avenue 

Cushman Moses E. , real estate (263 Wash- 
ington. B.), house 339 Broadway 

Cushman T. Alvah, driver bread wagon, 
180 North avenue, boards 26 Mend 

Custer Edward L. Mrs., house 794 Main 

Cutchey Henry, hostler, 43 Cambridge, 
house Dailey's alley 

Cutler Arthur W., assistant at Observato- 
ry, house Crescent, 1st on right from 
Oxford [13 Weld Hall 

Cutler Charles F., student H. U., rooms 

Cutler Chas. H., letter carrier, Cambridge 
P. O., 7 Harvard row, h. 6 Warland 

Cutler Curtis Mrs., h. 14 Kirkland place 

Cutler Edward H., clerk (173 State, B.), 
boards 40 Arlington 

Cutler Esther, widow, h. 831 Putnam av. 

Cutler Geo. H., carpenter, rear 7 Sumner, 
h. Crescent, 1st on right fm. Oxford 

Cutler George H. 2d, aux. letter carrier 
(B. P. O.,), b. G. H. Cutler's, Crescent 

Cutler Isaac Mrs., house 7 Sumner 

Cutler James E.. com. mer. (173 State, B.), 
house 40 Arlington 

Cutler Joseph, attorney (47 Court, B. ), h. 
723 Cambridge [Cambridge 

Cutler Joseph G., civil engineer, bds. 723 

Cutler Virgil M., carpenter, house 83J Put- 
nam avenue 

Cutler William P., salesman (102 High, 
B.), house 8 Rice 

Cutler W. James, clerk (40 Water, B.), 
boards 40 Arlington 

Cutten Theodore H. jr., foreman Sortwell 
& Co., Distillhouse, bds. 107 Inman 

Cutter Asa S., house 166 North avenue 

Cutter Charles S., conductor U. R. Co., 
boards 6 Harvard square 

Cutter Chas. H., engineer A. H. Hews & 
Co., house Crescent av., opp. pottery 

Cutter Ebenezer P., house 23 Essex 

Cutter Frank L., painter, house 91 Green 

Cutter Frederick S., teacher (Natick), bds, 
273 Harvard 

Cutter George H, cutter (6 Chauncy, B.), 
boards 7 Hancock place 

Cutter Geo. W., painter, h. 7 Hancock pi. 

Cutter Harry E., boards 273 Harvard 

Cutter Horace E., mnfr., boards 22 Cherry 

Cutter James H. (James H. Cutter & Co.), 
ice tool mnfr., house 164 North av. 

Cutter James H. & Co. (James H. Cutter), 
ice tool manufacturers, 168 North av. 

Cutter John, trimmer, 162 Broadway, 
house at Boston 

Cutter Leander, painter, house 22 Cherry 

Cutter Louisa, widow of Abel P., house 
273 Harvard 



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Cutter Mary J., wid. of Peter, h. 50 River 
Cutter Sullivan, at 139 Broadway, house 

at Winchester 
Cutter Susan, widow of Asa, house 166 

North avenue [Cherry 

Cutter Walter, clerk, 625 Main, boards 22 
Cutter Warren, trader, h. ft. of Davenport 

CUTTER WATSON G. (J. Winnett 
& Co.), real estate, 623 Main and (5 
Tremont, B. ), house 35 Linnsean 

Cutter Zachariah, carpenter, house 225 
Broadway, room 4 

Cutting Albert B., baggage-master Fitch- 
burg R. R., h. 13 Leighton court 

Cutting Caleb ()., box-maker, 3 Hampshire, 
boards 17 Suffolk 

Cutting Charles H., fish dealer, 401 Main, 
house 90 Winsor 

Cutting Edwin A., traveling salesman 
(61 Oliver. B.), boards 215 Pearl 

Cutting Geo. A., teamster, h. rear 27 Pine 

Cutting Gilbert, piano tuner (20 Tremont, 
B.), house 23 Warland 

Cutting Gilbert E., piano tuner (20 Tre- 
mont, B. ), house 23 Warland 

Cutting Henry, molder, 368 Main, house 
237 Broadway 

Cutting Josiah C, clerk (39 Tremont, B.), 
house 215 Pearl [736 do. 

Cutting Samuel H, clerk, 609 Main, bds" 

Cyr Ellen M., teacher Holmes primary 
school, boards 248 North avenue 

DABNEY RALPH P., student H. XL, 

rooms 13 Thayer Hall 
Dacey John, cabinet-maker, h. 2 Davis 
Dacie William, laborer, house 12 Short 
Dacy John, helper B. L. & C. R. R. shop, 

boards 21 Cambridge 
Dacy Patrick J., salesman (5 Winter, B.), 

house 28 Fourth 
Dady Mary, widow, house 13 Willow 
Dady Maurice, laborer, house 13 Willow 
Daggett Fred F., boards 51 Essex 
Daggett Freeman L. Mrs., house 51 Essex 
Dahlstrom Frank L., painter, 17 Main, 

house 193 do. [99 Vine 

Dailey Bartholomew, hack-driver, boards 
Dailev Charles, ice dealer, h. 49 Willow 

DAILEY CHARLES W., stable, 
43 Cambridge, house 768 Main 
Dailey Dennis M., carpenter, h. 137 Elm 
Dailey Patrick, laborer,h. r. 163 Broadway 
Dailey Richard J, at Boston Bridge Works 

Sixth, house 146 Charles 
Dailey William, teamster, bds. 4 Potter 
Dailey William Mrs., house 768 Main 
Dailey William, cooper J. H. Eames, 

house 59 Brookline [Gore 

Dailey William H., boiler-maker, house 99 
Daily Daniel, laborer, boards 49 Amory 
Daily Dennis, laborer, h. 360 Broadway 
Daily Eugene J., teamster, house 5 Vine 
Daily Hannah J., widow of Michael, h. 

Charles, east of Third 
Daily James J., oil hat maker, house 5 

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Daily Jeremiah, laborer, house 49 Amory 
Daily John, at H. M. Sawyer's, boards 

foot of Charles 
Daily Owen, laborer, house rear 42 Vine 
Daily Uriah J., house 77 Thoi ndike 
Daily William, helper, 92 Main 
Daily William R., clerk (50 Winter, B.), 

boards Hannah J. Daily's, Charles) 
Daily, see Dailey, Daley, also Daly 
Daisy Edward, sawyer, 624 Main, house 

9 Lawrence 
Daisy Edward J., assistant foreman, 624 

Main, house 9 Lawrence 

Daisy John H., planer, 624 Main, house 11 

Lawrence [9 Lawrence 

Daisy Joseph L., planer, 624 Main, boards 

Daisy Thomas H., planer, 624 Main, house 

82i Green 
Dakin Arthur, armorer Boylston Hall (645 

Washington, B.), house 138 Harvard 
Dakin Frank A., student H. XL, rooms 51 
Weld Hall [boards 64 Gore 

Dale Edward B., leather dealer (Elm B.), 
Dale George, glass maker, house 64 Gore 
Dale George H., house 87 Plymouth 
Dale Lorenzo H., driver hose No. 3, house 

94 Gore 
Dale Thomas J., fish market, 124 Cam- 
bridge, house 59 Winter 
Dale Wm. W.,silver plater (Tremont Tem- 
ple, B.), house 81 Wendell 
Daley Albert, laborer, house 122 Elm 
Daley Ann, wid. of James, h. 93 Tremont 
Daley James E., painter, bds. 93 Tremont 
Daley John, teamster, 169 Gore, boards 6 

Squire's court 
Daley John, laborer, house 45 Banks 
Daley John S., bookbinder, h. 16£ Mill 
Daley Michael, laborer, h. 208 Franklin 
Daley Michael J., driver U. R. Co., house 

125 Pearl 
Daley Thomas J., tinsmith, boards 218 
Broadway [31 Harding 

Daley William, iron molder, 368 Main, h. 
Daley, see Dailey. Daily, also Daly 
Dallinger Charles, hatter, house 97 West- 
ern avenue 
Dallinger Elizabeth E. Miss, teacher Bridge 

primary school, house 750 Main 
Dallinger Emily C. Miss, teacher Bridge 

primary school, bds. 97 Western av. 
Dallinger Frank W., storage (121 Broad, 

B.), house 85 Inman 
Dallinger William, constable and deputy 
collector, treas. office, City Hall, house 
91 Inman 
Dallinger Wm. W.,city treas., office City 

Hall, house 37 Inman 
Dal ton Abby W., widow of John R., h. 16 

Coggswell avenue 
Dalton Andrew, confectioner, b. 4 Davis 
Dalton Christopher, laborer, house 10 

Stevens court 
Dalton Frank B., cigar-maker, 175 Cam- 
bridge, boards 10 Stevens court 
Dalton Frederick, painter, house 14 Front 
Dalton James, grocer, 142 Pearl, h. 140 do. 



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Dalton James F., foreman, 169 Gore, h. 

17 Squire's court 
Dalton Johu, house 21 Hamilton 
Dalton Joseph, laborer, boards 4 Davis 
Dalton Mary E., widow of Joseph, house 

686 Main 
Dalton Michael A., sergeant of police, sta- 
tion 2, house 4 William 
Dalton Patrick, laborer, house 4 Davis 
Dalton Samuel W., clerk, 126 Inman, bds. 

16 Coggswell avenue 
Daly Cornelius, gardener, h. 13 Hancock 
Daly Daniel, driver, 244 Cambridge, house 

Ninth, coiner Otis 
Daly James, machinist, bds. 12 Broadway 
Daly James H., mason, h. 19 Washington 
Daly Jeremiah, laborer, boards 83 Bridge 
Daly John E., tinsmith, h. 125 Auburn 
Daly John F., foreman (48 Portland, B.), 

house 68 Broadway 
Daly John J., stone-cutter, Gore's wharf, 

house rear 105 Kinnaird 
Daly Joseph, confectioner, house 420 

Cambridge 
Daly Michael (M. Daly& Son), 410 Cam- 
bridge, house do. 
Daly Michael, laborer, house 6 Fourth 
Daly Michael, laborer, 162 Broadway, bds. 

John Kelley's, Gushing court 
Daly Michael jr. (M. Daly & Son), 410 

Cambridge, boards do. 
Daly M. & Son (Michael and Michael Da- 
ly jr. ), boots and shoes, 410 Cambridge 
Daly Patrick, laborer, house 181 Dublin 
Daly Sarah B., widow of John J., house 

*125 Auburn 
Daly, see Dailey, Daley, also Daily 
Dam Charles O., clerk (36 Lincoln, B.), 

boards 297 Broadway 
Dam William H., boards 297 Broadway 
Dame Walter R., student H. U., rooms 22 

Stoughton Hall 
Dammery John, carpenter, 7 Western av., 

house 19 Decatur 
Damon Emily F. Miss, teacher Harvard 
grammar school, boards 83 Prospect 

DAMON GEORGE L,., prop. Am. 
Steam Safe Works, 17 Main, house 

Belmont, Somerville 
Damon Sally W., wid. of Joel, b. 36 Essex 
Damon Sarah, widow of Warren, house 

108 Norfolk [Norfolk 

Damon Sarah Mrs., carpet-maker, h. 108 
Damon Walter A., student H. U., boards 

42 North avenue 
Damon Walter E., student H. U., rooms 

20 Holyoke House 
Dana Charles G., artist (34 Studio bldg., 

B.), boards 3 Fayerweather 
Dana Hill Club Stable, W. Christie, supt., 

677 Main, corner Inman 
Dana John B. Mrs., h. 3 Fayerweather 
Dana Matilda, widow of James F., house 

38 North avenue 
Dana William F., student H. U., rooms 57 

Thayer Hall [Weld Hall 

Dana Wm. L., student H. U., rooms 37 



Danahy John, clerk, 610 Main, house 165 

Franklin 
Dandridge James H., h. r. 112 Columbia 
Dandrin James, ho>tler, 249 Cambridge 
Dane George W., planer, 162 Broadway, 

house Bristol, corner Hampshire 
Danehy Daniel P., carriage-painter, b. 15 
Sargent [Andrew 

Danehy Mary, widow of Patrick, house 24 
Danehy Mary Ann, widow, h. 128 Norfolk 
Danehy Thomas J., pump-maker, bds. 15 

Sargent 
Danehy Timothy, tailor, 15 Sargent, h. do. 
Danehy Timothy jr., express, order box, 

224 North av. and (15 Blackstone, B.), 

boards 15 Sargent 
Danforth Allen, bursar H. XL, rooms 7 

Wadsworth House 
Danforth B. Otis, inspector Cambridge 

Gas Co., 424 Harvard, house 8 Bath 
Danforth Charles O., clerk (33 Summer, 

B. ), boards 144 Austin 
Danforth Cyrus, dry goods, h. 9 Linden 
Danforth Ella S., teacher Allston grammar 

school, house at Winchester 
Danforth Frank N., at 150 Broadway, h. 

14 Worcester 
Danforth George O., painter, 5 Palmer, h. 

35 Ash 
Danforth Henry M., furniture express, 600 

Main, boards 92 Prospect 
Danforth Hollis Mrs., house 92 Prospect 
Danforth Isaac W., hardware (48 India, 

B. ), h. 25 Craigie [35 Ash 

Danforth James L., painter, 5 Palmer, b. 
Danforth Vespasian, visitor overseers of 

the poor, Central square building, 

Western avenue, house 57 Auburn 
Daniel C. Julius, compositor Riverside 

Press, house 16 Laurel 
Daniel Herman G., clerk, 123 Auburn, b. 

16 Laurel 
Daniel Walter, fancy dry goods, 123 Au- 
burn, boards 16 Laurel 
Daniels Annie E. Mrs., clerk Cambridge 

P. O., 7 Harvard row, h. at Somerville 
Daniels Arthur W., at City building, Brat- 
tle sq. , boards 23 Hudson 
Daniels, Badger & Co. (Chas. E. Daniels. 

Wm. C. Badger, and Geo. F. Tyler), 

furniture mnfrs., Woodbury's bldg., 

Otis 
Daniels Chas. E. (Daniels, Badger & Co.), 

furniture mnfr., Woodbury's building, 

Otis, house at Boston 
Daniels Daniel, cigar maker. 35 Pearl, 

house 49 Brookline 
Daniels Edwin A., machinist, h. 109 Gore 
Daniels Eliza C. Miss, dressmaker, house 

11 Jay 
Daniels Joseph, carpenter B. L. & C. R.R.. 

shop, Bridge, house at Somerville 
Daniels Lewis E., driver H. R. Richard- 
son, boards 40 Erie 
Daniels Mary E., widow of Leonard L., 

house 23 Hudson 
Daniels Susan E. Miss, boards 20 Jay 



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Danielsen Alfred L., clerk Zoological Mu- 
seum, boards 5 DeWolf 
Darcy Michael, laborer, h. 238 Franklin 
Darcy Patrick.book gilder Riverside Press, 

house 2 Banks 
Darcy, see Dorsey 

Dardis John, city laborer, house 32 Banks 
Dardis John F., furniture polisher, house 
81 Tremont [Hampshire 

Dardis Thomas B., varnish polisher, h. 193 
Darey Wm. H.,printer Riverside Press 
Darling Albion, driver U. R. Co., house 

32 Mt. Auburn 
Darling Chas. S., whip maker, 112 Main, 

house at Somerville 
Darling Frederick H., student H. XL, 

rooms 21 Gray's Hall 
Darling Jerome A., pressman University 

Press, house 79 Allston 
Darling John R., mason and saloon, 171 

Bridge, house 175 do. 
Darling Joseph, hostler, 229 Cambridge 
Darling Wm., whip-maker, 112 Mainji. do. 
Datt Lewis, printer (181 Devonshire, B.), 

boards 80 Fifth 
Datt Susan Mrs., house 80 Fifth 
Davenport Benj., boards 34 North avenue 
Davenport Chas. F., house 402 Main 
Davenport Chas. Henry, trav. salesman, 

house 13 Boardman 
Davenport Henry C, machinist B. L. & C. 

R. R. shop, Bridge, h. at Somerville 
Davenport Jerome J., cabinet maker, 

house 72 Gore 
Davenport Mary A., widow of John, house 

255 North avenue 
Davenport Robert, harness maker Wm. 
Mitchell, Cambridge, junction Bridge 
Davers Frank, laborer, house 184 Bridge 
David Albert W., clerk (218 Congress, 13.), 

boards 22 Avon 
David Frederick B., clerk (104 Pearl, B.), 

boards 22 Avon 
David Martha J., widow of Samuel M., 

house 22 Avon 
David Thos., laborer, h. 305 Cambridge 
Davidson Edgar, machinist, 368 Main, 
boards 14 Front [naird 

Davidson Edwin, carpenter, h. 32 Kin- 
Davidson Geo. F., clerk E. R. R. freight 

office (B. ), h. 2 Rogers block, Main 
Davidson George F., student H. IL, rms. 

49 Thayer Hall 
Davidson Joseph EL, engineer, 503 Main, 

boards 84 Austin 
Davidson Mary H. Mrs., house 15 Mellen 
Davidson Thos., saleratus worker, house 

3 Second street court 
Davidson Wm. H. A., draughtsman A. Mc- 
Donald, boards 30 Mellen 
Davie Chas. W., carpenter, Rhoades bldg., 

State, boards 34 Cherry 
Davies Alfred, printer,house r. 15 Baldwin 
Davies Benj. F., carpenter and builder, 

Gore, near Sixth, h. 137 Thorndike 
Davies Fred, clerk (14 Summer, B.), boards 
137 Thorndike 



Davies Philip, city missionary (144 Hano- 
ver, B.), house 26 Howard 
Davies Richard J., carpenter,b. 26 Howard 
Davies Susannah Mrs., house 26 Howard 
Davies Wm. H., machinist, b. 26 Howard 
Davin Jeremiah, laborer, h. 6 Jackson 
Davin Thomas, laborer, boards 6 Jackson 
Davin Wm., potter, boards 6 Jackson 
Davis Abner F., cooper, h. 15 Squire's ct. 
Davis Alma W. (Grimes & Davis), grocer, 

395 Main, house do. 
Davis Ambrose L., house 2 Dickinson 
Davis Ann, widow of Eliphalet, house 51 

Cherry 
Davis Arthur F., carpenter, h. 128 Winsor 
Davis Augustus A., officer House of Cor- 
rection, boards Thorndike, cor. Third 
Davis Bancroft G., student H. U., boards 

16 Quincy 
Davis Bradford F. (B. F. Davis & Co.), 
238 North av., h. 12 Dover, Somerville 
Davis B. F. & Co. (Bradford F. Davis), 
bottlers of Liger beer and tonic, 238 
North avenue [Norfolk 

Davis Carrie G. Miss, music teacher,h. 122 
Davis Catherine M, widow of Isaac, house 
7 Lamson place [152 Prospect 

Davis Charles, cabinet maker, house rear 
Davis Chas. A., action maker, 162 Broad- 
way, house 52 Hamilton 
Davis Chas. E., student H. U., rooms 52 

Hamilton 
Davis Chas. H. Mrs., house 38 Quincy 
Davis Charles M., clerk (518 Washington, 

B.), house 29 Norfolk 
Davis Charles S., clerk (27 Winter, B.), 

boards 101 Inman 

Davis Charles T., student H. U., rooms 9 

Thayer Hall [Second 

Davis Charles W., ladder-maker, house 5 

Davis Chester M. .cooper, b. 23U Broadway 

DAVIS CURTIS (Curtis Davis & 
Co.), soap mnfr., 188 to 194 Broadway, 
and (136 State, B.), house 13 Bigelow 

DAVIS CUKTIS & CO. (Curtis 
Davis and James Mellen), soapmnfrs. 

188 to 194 Broadway and ( 136 State, B.) 
Davis Daniel W., clerk, 188 Broadway, 

boards 7 Lamson place 
Davis David William, house 30 Willow 
Davis Edward, machinist, h. 46 Winsor 
Davis Edward A. (Ryder & Davis), grocer, 

126 Inman, house 16 Tremont 
Davis Edwin, shoemaker, h. 13 Farwell pi. 
Davis Eliphalet F., clerk, 417 Main, house 

51 Cherry 
Davis Franklin, express, 379 Main and (24 

Faneuil Hall sq., B.), h. 6 Moore 
Davis Frank W., driver Winkley & Mad- 

dox, house 178 Columbia 
Davis Fred. G., cutter (72 Franklin, B.), 

boards 7 Lamson place 
Davis George, engineer and surveyor, City 

Engineer's office, City Hall, house 30 

Warland 
Davis George A. (George A. Davis & Co.), 

grocer, 206 Cambridge, h. 103 Inman 



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Davis Geo. A. & Co. (George A. Davis), 
grocers, 206 and 208 Cambridge 

Davis Geo. H., salesman (51 North Market, 
B.), house 47 Norfolk 

Davis Gibson M., student H. U., rooms 14 
Matthews Hall 

Davis Gilman, house 67 Dana 

Davis Hattie S. Miss, house 19 Antrim 

DAVIS HENRY B.,cashier National 
City Bank, 553 Main, house at Bos- 
ton, ward 24 
Davis Henry G., pressman Riverside Press, 

house 112 Western avenue 
Davis Herbert, driver, 15 River, b. 17 do. 
Davis Herberts., butcher ( Everett), boards 
Samuel Davis', Lake View avenue 

DAVIS HERVEY, grain, 550 Main, 
house 5 Inman 

Davis Horatio, organ tuner, Fifth, corner 
Otis, house 78 Otis 

Davis James C. (James C. Davis & Son), 
house 326 Broadway 

Davis James C. & Son (James H. and 
James C. Davis), soap mnfrs., 204 to 
210 Broadway, and (3 Chatham, B.) 

Davis James H. (James C. Davis & Son), 
house 74 Inman 

Davis James T., wines, etc. (27 North 
Market, B.l, house 23 Columbia 

Davis John, machinery (118 Merrimac, B.), 
house 2 Walnut avenue 

Davis John E., ship stores (204 Commer- 
cial, B.), house 7 Wendell 

Davis John M. (Mason Davis & Son), soap 
manufacturer, 3 Lincoln court, house 
8 King place 

Davis Joseph E., student H. U., rooms 46 
Gray's Hall 

Davis J. Edward, gilder, h. 468 Cambridge 

Davis Martin V., teamster Revere Sugar 
Refinery, boards 1 Chestnut Park 

Davis Mason (Mason Davis <fe Son), soap 
mnfr., 3 Lincoln ct., h. 122 Norfolk 

Davis Mason & Son (Mason and John M. 
Davis), soap mnfrs., 3 Lincoln court 

Davis Moses, porter (252 Devonshire, B.), 
house 84 Pearl 

Davis Oscar, butcher (Allston), bds. Pros- 
pect House, 596 Main 

Davis Patrick, baker, 15 River, house at 
Charlestown [192 Green 

Davis Peter R., coachman, 800 Main, house 

Davis Robert W., painter, house 25 Reed 

Davis Samuel, butcher (Everett), house 
Lake View avenue, 4th on left 

Davis Samuel, slater, order box Lyceum 
building, Harvard sq., h. 50 DeWolf 

Davis Sarah, widow, house 502 Cambridge 

Davis Sarah J. Miss, teacher Gannet pri- 
mary school, boards 67 Dana 

Davis Stephen F., printer (264 Washing- 
ton, B.), house 41 School 

Davis Stephen G., house 751 Main 

Davis S. Warren, house 18 Orchard 

Davis Thomas Mrs., boards 103 Inman 

Davis Thomas M., fancy soap mnfr., 417 
Main, house 34 Tremont 



Davis Thomas W., master Putnam gram- 
mar school, house at Waverly 

Davis Thomas W., clerk (11 Chauncy, B.), 
boards 34 Tremont [18 Story 

Davis Wendell P., student H. U., rooms 

Davis William, baker, 15 River, house 21 
Decatur 

Davis William, boat-builder, house 3 But- 
ler's block, Charles River 

Davis William, clerk (567 Washington, B.), 
house 144 Austin [Cherry 

Davis William H., clerk, 417 Main, h. 51 

Davis Wm. M. jr., asst. in Geological La- 
boratory Museum of Comparative Zo- 
ology H. U., h. 10 Wallace, n. Garden 

Davis Wm. P., carpenter, house 82 Fifth 

Davis Wm. W., salesman (27 Winter, B.), 
boards 144 Austin 

Davis Wiman S., jig-sawyer, house 7 Reed 

Davison Harris, in American Rubber Mill, 
house Hotel Holly 

Davison James S., steam fitter, 657 Main, 
boards 32 Western avenue 

Davison Joseph, tinner, 153 Putnam av., 
house 10 Fairmont avenue 

Davlin Michael F. (M. F. Davlin & Co.), 
plumber, 188 Cambridge, h. 179 do. 

Davlin M. F. & Co. (Michael F. Davlin), 
plumbers and gas-fitters, 188 Cam- 
bridge 

Davren Gilbert M., laborer, house Hol- 
worthy, near Locust 

Davren Mary E., widow of Michael, house 
Waverly, east of Fort Washington 

Dawes Albert A., machinist, h. 140 Spring 

Dawsbu T., driver U. R. Co. 

Dawson Alex., laborer, house 11 Suffolk 

Dawson James F., gilder (30 Hanover, B.), 
house 149 Main 

Dawson William, laborer, h. 210 Franklin 

Day Arthur C, box-maker, 3 Hampshire, 
house 53 Columbia 

Day Charles, boards 5 Pine 

Day Frank, at 139 Broadway 

Day Herbert E., driver U. R. Co., boards 
88 Mt. Auburn 

Day Hiram R., engineer (Watertown), b. 
A. A. Barker's, Coolidge avenue 

Day John E., letter carrier P. O., 611 Main, 
boards at Brighton [street pi. 

Day John M., stone mason, h. 23 Sparks 

Day John T., gardener, house 5 Pine 

Day John W., asst. editor (9 Montgomery 
place, B.), rooms 74 Cambridge 

Day John W., carpenter U. R. repair shop, 
Dunster, house nt Arlington 

Day J. W. Mrs., music teacher, 74 Cam- 
bridge, house do. 

Day Marcellus (Marcellus Day & Co.), 
drain-pipe mnfr., 132 Main and (27 
Devonshire, B.), h. 43 High, Chas'n 

Day Marcellus & Co. (Marcellus Day), 
drain-pipe mnfrs., 132 Main, office (27 
Devonshire, B.) 

Day Martin V. B., painter, house 22 Green 

Day Mercv C, widow, h. 119 Magaziae 

Day Ralph, house 7 Day 



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Day Richard T., glass-finisher, house rear 

177 Bridge I tie's block 

Day Stanton, student H. U., rooms 3 Lit- 

Day Stephen, blacksmith, 46 Cambridge, 

house 76 do. 
Day Stephen E. Mrs., house rear 111 Elm 
Day Thomas, house 5 Pine 
Days Frank, laborer, h. r. 134 Broadway 
Dayton Charles, in slipper factory, 37 

Clark, house at Boston 
Dayton Isabella M. Mrs., dressmaker, h. 

95 Magazine 
Deacon William F., insurance agent (B.), 

house 21 Brookline 
Dean Clarence R., student H. XL, rooms 
24 Holyoke House [Wallace 

Dean Daniel H.. grocer, 21 Brattle, h. ll£ 
Dean Dora B. Miss, clerk, b. 54 Langdon 
Dean Edmund, driver, 84 Mt. Auburn, h. 

5 DeWolf 
Dean Edward G., conductor U. R. Co., 

rooms 101 Pleasant 
Dean Elisha L., clerk (8 Somerset, B.), h. 

81| Putnam avenue 
Dean Francis W.. tutor in surveying and 
drawing H. U., rms. 40 Matthews Hall 
Dean Gideon E., clerk (Bromfield, B.), b. 

8H Putnam avenue 

Dean Harriet C, widow of Myron M., h. 

54 Langdon [329 do. 

Dean Henry, steam-fitter, 368 Main, bds. 

Dean Herbert H., clerk (40 South Market, 

B. ), house 152 Cambridge 
Dean John M., bookkeeper, 69 Main, bds. 

54 Langdon 
Dean John S., teamster,368 Main, b.329 do. 
Dean Robert, brick-maker, house foot of 
of Clifton [Divinity Hall 

Dean Samuel H., student H. U., rooms 2 
Dean William, bacon-curer, rear 414 Main, 

house 408 do. 
Deanchle Louis, varnisher, 162 Broadway, 

boards 214 Cambridge 
Deane Charles, house 80 Sparks 
Deane Ophelia M. Miss, dressmaker, bds. 

106 Austin 
Deane Walter, teacher (20 Boylston place, 

B.), rooms 38 Concord avenue 
Dearborn Axel W., bar-tender Ross House, 

7 Broadway, boards do. 
Dearborn Estella E. Miss (Guppy & Dear- 
born), dressmaker, 419 Cambridge, 
house do. 
Dearborn D., machinist, 72 Main 
Dearborn Geo. W. (H. N. Hovey & Co.), 

89 Cambridge, house 94 Otis 
Dearborn Luther M., law student H. U., 

rooms 20 Prescott 
Dearing James A., teamster, h. 7 Dyke 
Dearing Robert, boards 15 Antrim 
Dearing William, house 28 Warren 
Dearing William G., law student H. U., 

rooms 10 Frisbee place 
Dearing, see Deering [h. 64 Vine 

DeArsonville Joseph, polisher, 203 Bridge, 
Deberry Lewis A., shoemaker, 51 Cedar, 
house Montgomery, corner Harvey 



DeBoice Charles L., house 37 Hampshire 
DeBoice Julia, widow of Jacob, house 37 

Hampshire 
BeBoice Sheffey, waiter, b. 61 Washington 
Dechan Michael, carpenter, house 139 Elm 
Dechan William, glass-blower, 137 Bridge, 

house at Chelsea 
DeCorcey John, laborer, house 8 Gore 
DeCourcey Patrick H., clerk Skillings, 

Whitney & Barnes Lumber Co., bds. 

16 East 
DeCorte Augustus, case-maker, 162 Broad- 
way, house 61 Sixth 
Dedrick Frederick, britannia worker, h. 

7 Buck's block, Seventh 
Dedrick Henry B., britannia worker, bds. 

7 Buck's block, Seventh 
Dee Joseph, conductor U. R. Co., boards 

Frank, 6th on left 
Dee Mary H. Miss, house 1 Foster 
Dee Patrick, provisions, 18 Sparks, h. do. 
Dee Thomas, laborer, house Mt. Auburn, 

corner Willard 
Deegan Patrick, laborer, house 6 Eighth 
Deegan, see Degan 
Deegle Eli, laborer, house 258 Bridge 
Deehan Augustus, upholsterer, 556 Main 
Deehan John W., teamster, 69 Main, h. 

rear 122 Broadway [Pioneer 

Deehan Thomas, teamster, 132 Main, h. 1 
Deehan Thomas, blacksmith, h. 28 Yiue 
Deehan Thomas C, teamster, 69 Main, 

boards 1 Pioneer [Eighth 

Deely James, baker, 79 Cambridge, h. 9 
Deer James N., painter, 10 Fairmont av., 

house do. [79 Gore 

Deering Henry F., cabinet-maker, boards 
Deering Joshua, laborer, h. 66 Brighton 
Deering Julia, widow of Henry, h. 79 Gore 
Deering, see Dearing 
Degan Henry, house 210 Cambridge 
Degan Michael, laborer, b. 13 Squire's ct. 
Degan Thomas S., clerk, b. 210 Cambridge 
Degan, see Deegan 

DeGraux Andrew, boards 181 Harvard 
Deitchfield S. Harry, box-maker, 203 

Bridge, rooms Cambridge, cor. Sixth 
Deitz George A., section foreman B. & A. 

R. R. (Allston), boards 208 Pearl 
Delaney Jeremiah J., police, station 5, b. 
17 Bolton [Montgomery 

Delaney John, brick mason, boards 48 
Delaney John, laborer, house 17 Bolton 
Delaney John, gate-tender, B. L. & C. R. 

R., Prison Point Bridge, h. 4 Third 
Delaney John, liquors, etc.. 339 Cam- 
bridge, house 337 do. 
Delaney John C, action maker, 162 Broad- 
way, house at Boston 
Delaney John J., painter, bds. 17 Bolton 
Delaney Patrick, house 48 Montgomery 
Delaney Richard, laborer, h. 19 Bolton 
Delaney Richard, student H. U., rooms 23 

Hollis Hall 
Delaney Thomas, laborer, house Crescent 
avenue, near the pottery [shire 

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Delano Eva S. Mrs. (E. Lovejoy & Co.), 

milliner, 615 Main, rooms 99 Austin 
Delano Ezra K., baker, 592 Main, house 82 

Green 
Delano Frederic A., student H. U., rooms 

22 Holyoke House 
Delano Maria C. Mrs., house 12 Lowell 
Delano M. A. Miss, copyist, registrar of 

deeds office, house at Medford 
Delano Sarah, widow of Jephthah, house 

60 Fairmont 
Delany Bartholomew, spring-maker, 12 

Gore, house at Somerville 
Delany Dennis, packer (55 Summer, B.), 

boards 14 Suffolk 
Delany Edmond H., mason, house 426 

Cambridge 
Delany James S., plumber (30 Cambridge, 

B.), boards 33 Winter 
Delaporte Augustine H.,wood carver (B), 

house 107 Spring 
Delapp Charles, steam-fitter, h. 3 Harding 
Delhanty John, tailor, 589 Main, h. 8 Lopez 
Dell William C. A., shade painter, Blanche, 

house 124 Green 
Dellafeld L. L., student H. U., rooms 8 
Appian-way [way 

DeLowrie Henry, cooper, h. r. 13-1 Broad- 
DeLowrie Hubert, cooper, h. r. 134 Broad- 
way [shire 
Delworth John, laborer, boards 34 Hamp- 
DeLyons E., waiter Memorial Hall 
DeLyons Joseph, musician, house 72 Elm 
Demain Emanuel, box maker, 3 Hamp- 
shire 
Demain William C, paper ruler (31 Milk, 

B.), house 203 Harvard 
DeMattos Frederic S., student Episcopal 

Theological School, Brattle 
Demers Octave, laborer, house Vineyard, 

corner Cushing 
Demick John A., carpenter, h. 4 Berkshire 
Demmon Reuben, stock broker (27 Con- 
gress sq., B.), house 40 North avenue 
Dempsey Bridget Mrs., house 74 Bolton 
Dempsey Frank, gardener E. Dresser, 

Raymond, boards do. 
Dempsey Isaac, laborer, h. r. 202 Bridge 
Dempsey James, laborer, house 5 Foster 

block, Baldwin place 
Dempsey James E., laborer, h. 93 Harvard 
Dempsey John, waiter (6 Summer, B.), h. 

8 Porter 
Dempsey John W., gardener, b. 74 Bolton 
Dempsey Lawrence, laborer, John Rear- 
don & Sons, house 1 Bell 
Dempsey Michael, laborer, h. 149 Bridge 
Dempsey Rose, wid. of John, house rear 

189 Hampshire 
Dempsey Thomas, laborer, house 35 Vine 
Demritt' Alphonso, clerk (26 Summer, B.), 

house 185 Harvard 
Demura Joseph, box maker, 3 Hampshire 
DeMyer Bercilero, laborer, h. 50 Spring 
Denahy Jeremiah, laborer, house Eighth, 

near Spring 
Dence George, carpenter, house 4 Clifton 



Denene William, teamster, rear 414 Main, 

house 414 Main 
Denison Arthur E., lawyer (150 Devon- 
shire, room 12, B.), h. 13 Arlington 
Denison G. B., student H. U., rooms 22 

Gray's Hall 
Denison Herbert R., salesman (177 Con- 
gress, B. ), boards 13 Arlington 
Denison, see Dennison 
Denn John J., printer University Press, 
house 6 Gore [block. Third 

Denneen Wm., laborer, house 4 Linehan 
Dennen George H., conductor U. R. Co., 

house at Brighton 
Dennis Catherine, widow of William, h. 

192 Bridge 
Dennis Charles E., boards 295 Broadway 
Dennis Fannie E. M. Mrs., teacher Wyman 

primary school, bds. at Somerville 
Dennis James, florist, Hoi worthy, corner 

Belmont, house do. 
Dennis James W., jig sawyer, house rear 

452 Cambridge 
Dennis John, polisher, boards 76 Elm 
Dennis Letitia M. Miss, teacher Wyman 
primary school, boards at Somerville 
Dennis Mary, widow, house 76 Elm 
Dennis Thomas, currier, bds. 192 Bridge 
Dennis Wm. D., laborer, h. 60 Washington 
Dennis William W., house 295 Broadway 
Dennison Albert, carpenter, boards 160 

Prospect 
Dennison Annie Miss, bookkeeper, 89 

Cambridge, boards 166 do. 
Dennison Hosea B., architect, 128 Cam- 
bridge, house at Somerville 
Dennison James, carpenter, house 160 
Prospect [Thorndike 

Dennison James E., carpenter, house 169 
Dennison Michael, cooper, house rear 203 
Franklin [Prospect 

Dennison Miner, carpenter, boards 160 
Dennison Otis, police, station 2, house 128 

Spring 
Dennison, see Denison 
Denniston Arthur C, student H. U., rms. 

62 Thayer Hall 
Denny Daniel, packer (360 Washington, 

B.), house 358 Broadway 
Denny John, harness cleaner, Church, h. 

150 Green, 
Denny Mary Miss, house 13 West 
Denny Michael J., teamster, 69 Main, h. 

24 Harvard 
Densmore Ira M., carpenter, h. 7 Rockwell 
Denton Thomas J., washer, 502 Main, h. 

187 Franklin 
Denton Myron P., student H. U., rooms 

12 Stoughton Hall 
Denyven David (Denyven & Couch), fur- 
niture mufr., house 20 Harrison 
Denyven & Couch (David Denyven and 
John Couch), furniture mnfrs., 346 
and 348 Main 
Depatie Joseph, gun maker, h. 124 Dublin 
Depner Henry, cabinet maker, 44 Cam- 
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DeQuedville Fannie Mrs., dressmaker, h. 

39 Garden 
Derby George H. (Geo. H. Derby & Co.), 
furniture mnfrs., Rhoades bldg., State 
and (90 Beverly, B.), b. 63 School 
Derby George H. & Co. (George H. Derby 
and Fred M. Kilmer), desk and office 
furniture mnfrs.. Rhoades building, 
State and (94 to 100 Beverly, B.) 
Derby Herbert, Cambridge Vinegar 
Works, 75 Main, house 407 Broadway 
DeRosay Albert E., brick manufacturer 

(Medford), boards 134 Oxford 
DeRosay Josephine A. Miss, music teach- 
er, house 134 Oxford 
DeRosay Lewis E., brick mnfr. (Medford), 

house 134 Oxford 
DeRosay Warren W., trav. salesman, bds. 

134 Oxford 
Derry Charles T., salesman, boards 12 

Trowbridge 
Derwin Bridget, widow, house 68 Harvard 
Derwin John, machinist, 72 Main, boards 

64 Harvard 
Derwin Thomas, laborer, b. 68 Harvard 
DeSage David, carpenter, 153 Putnam av., 

house 91 Chestnut 
DeSage William H., tinner, 153 Putnam 

avenue, house 91 Chestnut 
DeSautelle Frank S., blacksmith, house 

98 Spruce 
Desmond Andrew, teamster, 221 Bridge, 

boards 12 Stevens court 
Desmond Daniel, currier, house Belmont, 

near Montgomery 
Desmond Jeremiah, laborer, b. 159 Spring 
Desmond John, laborer, house 129 Bridge 
Desmond Peter, baker, house 89 Fifth 
Desmond Timothy, boards 159 Spring 
Desmond Timothy jr., laborer, house 159 

Spring 
Desmond William, boards Daniel Des- 
mond's, Belmont 
Deuxan Leon, polisher, 203 Bridge, rooms 

180 Cambridge 
Devane Denuis, carriage maker, 232 North 

avenue, boards 31 Rice 
Devane George, currier, house Tannery, 

2d on left 
Devane John H, bartender, house 31 Rice 
Devane Thomas, boards 31 Rice 
Devens Arthur L. Mrs., house 45 Oxford 
Devens Nicholas, fish and oysters, 8 In- 

man square, boards 8 Houghton 
Devens Thomas, undertaker, 414 Cam- 
bridge, house 132 Elm 
Devine Cornelius, roofer,h. 118 Webster av. 
Devine Daniel, teamster, bds. 4 Potter 
Devine Francis, coal and wood, Ninth, 
corner Cambridge, house rear 240 do. 
Devine Frank, laborer, bds. 123 Fourth 
Devine John, fish peddler, house rear 21 

Carson 
Devine John, helper, 17 Main, h. 271 Main 
Devine John jr., laborer, boards 271 Main 
Devine Joseph, boards 24 DeWolf 
Devine Michael, laborer, house 5 Potter 



Devine Thomas, junk, h. 133 Webster av. 
Devine Thomas, laborer, bds. 164 Gore 
Devlin Catharine , widow of Peter, house 

69 Bolton 
Devlin John, laborer, 232 North avenue, 

boards J. Duteau's, Walden 
Dewey Charles H., painter, 660 Main, h. 

rear 59 Hampshire 
Dewey Frank A., sewing machine agent, 

boards 7 Austin 
Dewey Geo. T., law student H. U., rooms 

10 Oxford 
Dewhurst Sarah Miss, house 77 Brattle 
Dewire Daniel, laborer, 368 Main, b. 374 do. 
DeWolf Albert B., confectioner, 503 Main, 

boards 12 Watson 
DeWolf Eliza M., widow of James, house 

12 Watson 
DeWolf George M., wheelwright, 4 Cam- 
bridge, boards 12 Watson 
DeWolf Mary B., music teacher, boards 

12 Watson 
DeWolf Winthrop, treas. Bay State Brick 

Co. (5 Pemberton square, B.), house 

49 Oxford 
Dexter Allen D., laborer, bds. 44 Pine 
1JEXTEK D. GILBERT, editor 
l) and business manager Cambridge 

Tribune, 3 Linden, h. 64 Buckingham 
Dexter Foot P., feeder U. R. Co., house 

rear 7 Cowperthwaite 
Dexter George, house 13 Buckingham 
Dexter John Pont, waiter Memorial Hall 
Dias Anton C, cooper, h. 52 Winter 
Dias Louis J., cabinet maker, 54 Bridge, 

rooms 73 Gore 
Dick Robert, gardener J. C. Gray, boards 

I. N. Higgins', Holworthy place 
Dickason John A., teamster, h. 124 Spring 
Dickerman Edward, bartender, Lyceum 

building, Harvard row, h. 48 Brighton 
Dickerman G. W., student H. U., rooms 

29HolhVHall 
Dickerson Andrew, teamster, 168 Main, 

house 10 Berkshire place 
Dickey Abner P., carpenter, bds. 42 River 
Dickey Charles D., student H. U., rooms 

16 Winthrop 
Dickey Edward, teamster, bds. 12 Lincoln 
Dickey William, tailor, 24 Central square, 

boards 132 Auburn 
Dickhart John, piano-action maker, 139 

Broadway, house 68 Vine 
Dickinson Alexander (A. Dickinson <fe 

Co.), nurseryman, Broadway, junction 

Market, house 135 Washington 
Dickinson A. & Co. (Alexander and Chas. 

A. Dickinson), nurseries, Broadway, 

junction Market 
Dickinson Charles A. (A. Dickinson & 

Co.), nurseryman, Broadway, junction 

Market, house 135 Washington 
Dickinson James M., bacon packer, house 

420 Cambridge 
Dickinson John L., watchman, b. 65 Clark 
Dickinson J. M., student H. U., rooms 37 

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Dickman Clara J., widow of Joseph L., 

house 33 Coggswell avenue 
Dickman Emma E. Miss, dressmaker, 95 

Magazine, house do. 
Dickman Eugenia R., widow, h. 14 Warren 
Dickman George F., clerk (48 Pearl, B.), 

house 33 Coggswell avenue 
Dickman Isaac, overseer U. R. Co. stable 

326 North avenue, house Frank, 2d on 

left 
Dickman Martha C. Miss, teacher Wyman 

primary school, bds. 33 Coggswell av. 
Dickson Christina, widow, house 347 

Cambridge 
Dickson David, house 203 Cambridge 
Dickson Frank, brass moldei\ 368 Main 
Dickson George F., steam and gas-fitter, 

595 Main, house 2 Hastings square 
Dickson Joseph VV., law student H. U., 

boards 373 Harvard 
Dickson Marshall, grocer, 484 Cambridge, 

boards 347 do. 
Dickson M. Elizabeth, teacher Allston 

grammar school, bds. 347 Cambridge 
Dickson Mary A. Mrs., h. 2 Hastings sq. 
Dickson Samuel, tin peddler, h. 103 Winsor 
Dickson William, mason, 347 Cambridge, 

house do. 
Diehl Antony, at American Rubber Co., 

j Potter, house 60 Harvard 
Diehl George, confectioner, b. 60 Harvard 
Diehl- John Philip, cloth-sponger, house 

60 Harvard 
Dieselmann Henry, currier, h. 28 Harvey 
Dieselmann John C, gardener, house 28 

Harvey, 
Diez Joseph V., brickmaker, house Rail- 
road, corner Dublin 
Dignan John W., clerk, 502 Main, house 

at Charlestown [bia 

Dill Alexander, carpenter, b. 105 Col urn- 
Dill Clarence I., clerk, 119 Cambridge, 

boards 33 Fourth 
Dillaway Addie F. Miss, teacher (Boston), 

boards 196 Putnam avenue 
Dillaway Still man S., house 22 School 
Dillaway Thos. V. Mrs., h. 196 Putnam av. 
Dillingham Geo. A., paver, h. 114 Winsor 

DILLINGHAM HENRY, painter, 
16 Brighton, house 40 Holyoke 
Dillingham Mary A., widow of Henry, 

house 42 Holyoke 
Dillon Ann, widow of Owen, h. 58 Winter 
Dillon Edward, varnisher, 191 Bridge, h. 

39 Gore 
Dillon John, expressman, b. 44 Hastings 
Dillon John, laborer, 162 Broadway ,house 

44 Hastings [58 Winter 

Dillon John F., clerk, 86 Cambridge, bds. 
Dillon Peter, at N. E. Glass Co., boards 58 

Winter [159 Bridge 

Dillworth James, boarding stable (B.),h. 
Dimick Calvin, h. Cambridge, cor. Line 
Dimmock William, carpenter, house 8 

Douglass 
Dinagin Catherine, widow, h. r. 43 Winter 
Dinan Daniel, laborer, house 28 Carson 



Dinan Daniel, teamster, 221 Bridge, house 

6 Winter [Denahy's, Eighth 

Dinan John, laborer, boards Jeremiah 

Dinan Patrick, slater (82£ Leverett, B.), 

house 35 Vine 
Dinan Peter C, slater, house 66 Spring 
Dinan Thomas, liquors, 329 Cambridge, 

house do. 
Dinan Thomas, laborer, boards 8 Winter 
Dinan Timothy, teamster, 221 Bridge, 

house 6 Winter 
Dinnie Joseph, carpenter, h. 12S Harvard 
Dinsmore A. B., boards 10 Essex 
Dinsmore Daniel K., carpenter, house 17 

Farwell place 
Dinsmore William, tailor, h. 25 Hunting 
Dion Edward, laborer, house Dublin, 3d 

from Wyatt's brick yard 
Dion Ludger. tinsmith, rear 104 Main, 

boards 2 Broadway 
Ditchtield Samuel H., coffin maker, boards 

3 Seckle 
Ditmars James B., bookkeeper Cambridge 

laundry, boards at East Boston 
Diviirht David P., student H. U., rooms 5 

Thayer Hall 
Dixey Mary E., widow, house 223 Broad- 
way, room 5 
Dixon Alfred, brass molder, boards 167 

Broadway 
Dixon Edmund A., laborer Rhoades build- 
ing. State, boards 62 Winsor 
Dixon Frederick, house 4 Worcester 
Dixon Frederick W., wood-turner, 624 

Main, house 4 Worcester 
Dixon Walter A., printer, b. 4 Worcester 
Dixwell Epes S., house 58 Garden 
Doane Alfred, master mariner, house 42 

Hamilton 
Doane Alfred, student Institute of Tech- 
nology (187 Boylston, B.), boards 42 
Hamilton [51 River 

Doane Calvin, driver U. R. Co., boards 
Doane Frederick, machinist, b. 512 Main 
Doane James, carver (B.), bds. 53 Cherry 
Doane Seth P., salesman (29 Commercial, 

B.), house 51 River 
Dobbs George, laborer, house 9 Grant 
Dobbs James, bacon-curer, rear 414 Main, 

house 153 Franklin 
Dockarty Robert, laborer, house 63 Elm 
Dockham George, carpenter, 368 Main 
Dockura Geo. G., carpenter, h. 115 Winsor 
Dodd Brandon J., varnisher, 162 Broad- 
way, boards 32 Cherry 
Dodd Charles H., draughtsman, 72 Main, 

house at Boston 
Dodd J. H., varnisher, 162 Broadway, 

boards 32 Cherry 
Dodge Arthur, clerk (71 Summer, B.), 

boards 39 Columbia 
Dodge Brooks B., teamster John Reardon 

& Sons, house 47 Brookline 
Dodge Charles H., clerk, 640 Main, boards 

Dodge Edward S., lawyer (87 Milk, B.), 
house 70 Sparks 



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Dodge Hannah E., widow of Wm. H., h, 

16 Seventh [72 Sparks 

Dodge John C, lawyer (87 Milk, B.), h. 
Dodge John C, shipper, 44 Cambridge, 

house at Charlestown 
Dodge John H., provisions, 640 Main, h. 

9 Pleasant [83 Pleasant 

Dodge Joseph A., foreman, 624 Main, h. 
Dodge Joseph E., house 39 Columbia 
Dodge Rufus, flour (42 Commercial, B.), 

house 9 Story [329 Harvard 

Dodge Sarah B., widow of George, boards 
Dodge William A., painter, house rear 141 

Columbia 
Dodge Wm. E., provisions, h. 16 Seventh 
Dodge Wm. H.. provisions, 25 Central 

square, house 15 Cottage 
Dodge Wm. W., lawyer (87 Milk, B.), bds. 

72 Sparks 
Dodge Winslow Herbert, driver, 162 Riv- 
er, boards 35 Fairmont 
Dodge Winslow Hewes, organ-action 

maker, 624 Main, h. 35 Fairmont 
Doe Bradbury P., machinist, 72 Main, h. 

193 Putnam avenue 
Doe Chandler D., tinsmith, 560 Main, h. 

at Boston 
Doe Emily M., matron Orphan's Home, 

Avon hill, house do. 
Doe Henry S., boards 394 Main 
Doe Solomon B., cabinet-maker F. M. 

Holmes Furniture Co., house at 

Charlestown 
TVOE, HUNNEWELL & CO., fur- 
U niture mnfrs. (577 and 579 Washing- 
ton, B.) 
Dogherty Charles M., case-maker, 162 

Broadway, house 102 Winsor 
Dogherty John R., case-maker, 162 Broad- 
way, boards 179£ Harvard 
Doherty Alexander, bookbinder (76 Sud- 
bury, B.), h. 12 Rogers block, Main 
Doherty Amos, blacksmith U. R. Co., 

Dunster 
Doherty Arthur P., boards 93 Gore 
Doherty Bernard B., printer, house rear 

13 Hamilton [Carson 

Doherty Catherine, widow of Patrick, h. 20 
Doherty Daniel B., clerk, 165 Bridge, h. 

179 Cambridge 
Doherty Dennis, laborer, bds. 3 Sparks 
Doherty Dennis, laborer, boards rear 36 

Washington 
Doherty Edward, photographer, 33 River, 

house at Boston 
Doherty Edward, laborer, h. 104 Tremont 
Doherty Edward, city laborer, house rear 

19 Fairmont 
Doherty Edward jr., mat-maker, boards r. 

19 Fairmont 
Doherty Edward F., hairdresser, 182 No. 

avenue, house at Boston 
Doherty Elizabeth, widow of John, h. 119 

Pleasant 
Doherty Ellen, widow of Franklin, house 

225 Franklin [Franklin 

Doherty Ellen, widow of Matthew, h. 221 



Doherty Frank E., cabinet-maker, house 

150 Pearl 
Doherty George, house 16 Plymouth 
Doherty Henry A., grocer, 165 Bridge, h. 

82 Cambridge 
Doherty Hugh, granite, 43 Main.h. 85 Fifth 
Doherty James, florist, bouse 168 Norfolk 
Doherty James, liquors (181 Cambridge, 

B.), house 16 Kinnaird 
Doherty James, peddler, h. 61 Charles 
Doherty Jeremiah, confectioner, house 9 

Bristol 
Doherty John, butcher Niles Bros. 
Doherty John, laborer, h. 132 Webster av. 
Doherty John, laborer, house 204 Green 
Doherty John, laborer, b. 16 Plymouth 
Doherty John, laborer, house 3 George 
Doherty John, house 23 Seventh 
Doherty John, tinsmith, b. 221 Franklin 
Doherty John M., at 162 Broadway, bds. 

181 Harvard 
Doherty Josephine M. Miss, teacher Otis 

primary school, boards 93 Gore 
Doherty Mary, widow, h. 82 Cambridge 
Doherty Mary A. Miss, dressmaker, 164 

Dublin, house 37 Sargent 
Doherty Michael, laborer, house 3 Sparks 
Doherty Michael, piano-maker, h. 16 Elm 
Doherty Michael, printer, h. 132 Harvard 
Doherty Neil, liquors (69 Causeway, B.), 

house 56 River [Spring 

Doherty Patrick, cabinet-maker, h. 157 
Doherty Patrick, glass-maker, h. 93 Gore 
Doberty Philip, teamster, 550 Main, house 

23 Bay 
Doherty Robert, m older, b. 36 Washington 
Doherty Sarah M., widow of Charles, h. 

61 Charles [at Somerville 

Doherty Wm., boiler-maker, 356 Main, h. 
Doherty William, laborer, h. 47 Vine 
Dohlus Adam, bootmaker, 75 Pleasant, h. 

rear 19 Fairmont 
Dolan Ann, widow, house 35 Winter 
Dolan Celia, widow of Patrick.h. 19Tuttle 
Dolan Edward J., tailor, 551 Main, house 

252 Pearl 
Dolan John (Griffin & Dolan), soft soap 

maker, rear 13 Decatur, house 13 do. 
Dolan John, laborer, house 10 Conlon ct. 
Dolan Joseph F., harness-maker with Jo- 
seph Cogan (65 Sudbury, B.), boards 

35 Winter 
Dolan Patrick, nurse, house 17 Baldwin 
Dolan Patrick, baker, 502 Main, h. 494 do. 
Dolan Patrick J., varnisher F. M. Holmes 

Furniture Co., h. at Charlestown 
Dolan Thomas, soap-maker, 172 Pearl, h. 

2 Cottage court 
Dolan Thomas, laborer, house 15 Winter 
Dolan Thomas, marble-cutter, b. 41 Vine 
Dolan Thomas, grave-digger Cambridge 

cemetery, house 11 Sargent' 
Dolan William, engineer and foreman, 

Hampshire, c. Tremont, h. 7 Perry 
Dole Cyrus G., provisions (19 New F. H. 

market, B.), house 20 Bigelow 
Dole Sarah A., widow, house 20 Bigelow 



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Dolhenty Thomas, express, 185 North av. 
and (25 Merchants row, B.), house 32 
Orchard [Orchard 

Dolhenty Timothy, carpenter, boards 32 

Dollard Catharine M., widow of John, h. 
450 Main 

Dollard James, boots and shoes, 448 Har- 
vard, house 15 Gerry 

Dollard John E., bootmaker, 448 Harvard, 
boards 15 Gerry [856 do. 

Dollard Morris, bootmaker, 906 Main.h. 

Dolliver Joseph, teamster, house 25 Fifth 

Dolloff Benj. W., produce, house 143 Otis 

Dolloff Francis W., janitor Cambridge So- 
cial Union Rooms, 15 Brattle, boards 
4 Trowbridge 

Dolloff Wm. J., compositor University 
Press, house 4 Trowbridge 

Dolly Norman, driver U. R. Co. 

Domenico Fiumara, hairdresser,573 Main, 
boards 10 Essex 

Donahoe Catherine Mrs., h. 3 Ninth 

Donahoe Charles H., clerk, 77 Main, bds. 
9 Decatur 

Donahoe Edward P., upholsterer, 23 Brat- 
tle, boards 59 do. 

Donahoe James W., brass-molder, 368 
Main, boards 9 Decatur 

Donahoe John, hostler U. R. Co., Dun- 
ster, h. 2 Shepherd's block, Charles 
River 

Donahoe John, laborer, house 9 Decatur 

Donahoe John J., laborer John Reardon 
& Sons, boards 91 Brookline 

Donahoe Margaret, widow of Patrick, h. 
11 Valentine 

Donahoe Mary, teacher St. Mary's Paro- 
chial school, house 11 Valentine 

Donahoe Mary Ann, widow of Patrick, 
house 59 Brattle 

Donahoe Michael, horse-shoer, Palmer, 
near Church, house 40 Brighton 

Donahoe Patrick, grease-collector, house 
91 Brookline 

Donahoe Patrick, laborer, house 199 Mt. 
Auburn 

Donahue Daniel, laborer, B. L. & C. R.R., 
house 21 Cambridge 

Donahue John, potter, house 19 Donnell 

Donahue Michael, baker, house 35 Flagg 

Donahue Michael A., baker, 215 Cam- 
bridge, house 5 Flagg 

Donahue Patrick, machinist B. L. & C. R. 
R. shop, Bridge, house at Woburn 

Donahue Timothy, laborer, house 170 
Franklin 

Donahue Thomas, hostler U. R. Co., Mt. 
Auburn, h. Gushing, opp. Vineyard 

Donaldson Catherine, widow, h. 15 Willow 

Donaldson William, sailmaker (B.), house 
34 Fifth 

Dondero Andrew, fruit, 525 Main 

Donegan Mary, widow, h. 192 Norfolk 

Donehey John H., stone-cutter, Gore 
wharf, house 119 Fourth 

Donelan Francis, engineer (Hawley, cor. 
Summer, B.), house 196 Cambridge 



Donelan Francis jr., laborer, boards 196 

Cambridge 
Donelan John J., stone-cutter, boards 71 

Brighton [Brighton 

Donelan Mary, widow of Martin, house 71 
Donelan Thomas, painter, 14 Church, bds. 

71 Brighton 
Donlan John, fireman, h. r. 12 Winter 
Donlan John, stone-cutter J. Collins, Gore 

wharf, house 71 Brighton 
Donlan Thomas, painter, b. 71 Brighton 
Donlane John, boiler-maker, 72 Main 
Donnell William J., polisher, Otis, near 

First, house 32 Cherry 
Donnell, see O' Donnell 
Donnelly Bridget, widow of James, house 

rear 53 Vine 
Donnelly Frank, laborer, 130 Gore 
Donnelly James Mrs., boards 325 Harvard 
Donnelly James A., cigar maker, 35 Pearl, 

house 3 Cottage 
Donnelly James H. S., dry goods and mil- 
linery, 115 Cambridge, house 133 

Thorndike 
Donnelly John, clerk, 169 Bridge, boards 

11 Fourth 
Donnelly John, laborer, house 70 Spruce 
Donnelly Mary E., tailoress (B.), house 

100 Tremont 
Donnelly Michael, laborer, bds. 18 McCabe 
Donnelly Rose, widow of Patrick, house 2 

Holly avenue 
Donnelly Thomas, city laborer, h. 79 Elm 
Donnene Negleo, carver, h. rear 69 Gore 
Donnigan Catherine, widow of Patrick, 

house 124 Pearl 
Donovan Annie T. Miss, dressmaker, h. 

245 Franklin 
Donovan Cornelius, laborer, h. 21 McCabe 
Donovan Cornelius, teamster, h. r. 6 East 
Donovan Daniel, foreman Holt & Bugbee, 

house 31 East 
Donovan Daniel, junk, house Dublin, 1st 

from Wyatt's brickyard 
Donovan Daniel, laborer, house 44 North 
Donovan Daniel, laborer, h. r. 105 Fourth 
Donovan Daniel, laborer, h. 79 School 
Donovan Daniel, molder, 368 Main, house 

5 Holly 

Donovan Daniel, plasterer, h. 236 Bridge 
Donovan Daniel jr., plumber, 599| Main, 

house 79 School 
Donovan Dennis, stone-cutter, Gore whf., 

house 99 Main 
Donovan Dennis, boards 42 Gore 
Donovan Ellen,wid. of Patrick, h. 24 North 
Donovan Ellen, widow of Bartholomew, 

house rear 6 East 
Donovan George, laborer, h. 15 Winter 
Donovan Henry, machinist, 368 Main, 

house 129 River [202 Green 

Donovan Honora, widow of John, house 
Donovan Honora, widow of Michael, 

house Dailey alley 
Donovan James, house 16 East 
Donovan James, laborer U. R. Co., house 

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Donovan James, laborer, h. 20 McCabe 
Donovan James, laborer, house 6 North 
Donovan James, laborer, house 25 West 
Donovan James, teamster, 17 East 
Donovan James F., provisions, 137 Bridge, 

house do. [Washington 

Donovan Jeremiah, blacksmith, house 35 
Donovan Jeremiah, iron-molder, boards 

70 Washington 
Donovan John, upholsterer, h. 236 Bridge 
Donovan John, laborer, house rear 17 

Cowperthwaite 
Donovan John, tailor, 551 Main, house 156 

Franklin 
Donovan John, woodman B. L. & C. R.R., 

house 232 Bridge 
Donovan John A., bookkeeper, 127 Bridge, 

house 123-£ do. [West 

Donovan Julia, widow of Daniel, house 25 
Donovan Mary, widow, house 7 Hannum's 

block, Broadway 
Donovan Michael, boiler-maker, 92 Main 
Donovan Michael, laborer, house 12 East 
Donovan Michael, laborer, h. 20 McCabe 
Donovan Patrick, laborer, h. 11 Hayes ct. 
Donovan Thomas, laborer, h. 26 Decatur 
Donovan Thomas, laborer Riverside Oil 

Works, boards 151 Otis 
Donovan Timothy, laborer, h. 60 North 
Donovan Timothy, laborer, h. 24 Porter 
Donovan Timothy, watchman, house 70 

Washington 
Donovan Timothy, iron-molder, 368 Main 
Donovan Timothy H., clerk, 83 Bridge, 

house 27 Baldwin 
Donovan William, laborer, h. 236 Bridge 
Donovan William, teamster, house 33 Jay 
Donovan William F., bookkeeper, North, 

corner Water, boards 236 Bridge 
Doody John, teamster, house 9 Sparks 
Doody John jr., teamster, bds. 9 Sparks 
Dooley Edmund, blacksmith, 19 Gore, 

house 118 do. [27 Vine 

Dooley Elizabeth, widow of Patrick,house 
Dooley James M. Mrs., periodicals and in- 
telligence office, 654 Main, h. 656 do. 
Dooley John, blacksmith, house 123 Third 
Dooley John, boiler-maker, 92 Main, house 

60 Charles 
Dooley John, driver, 904 Main, boards 6 

Harvard square 
Dooley Joseph T., music teacher, 654 

Main, boards do. 
Dooley Mary, wid. of Jas., h. 200 Bridge 
Dooley Patrick, blacksmith U. R. Co., 

201 Main 
Dooley Patrick, gardener, h. 14 Hancock 
Dooley William, driver, 203 Bridge, house 

5 Winter 
Dooley William, glass-blower N. E. Glass 

Co., boards 57 Gore 
Dooley Wm. H., painter, bds. 200 Bridge 
Dooling David H., meat cutter, b. 48 Fifth 
Dooling Frank J., salesman, bds. 48 Fifth 
Dooling Sylvester J., carpenter, h. 48 Fifth 
Dooner Margaret, wid. of Thomas, house 

37 Brighton 



Dooris John S., blacksmith, b. r. 24 Winter 
Dooris Susan, widow, h. 2 Stevens court 
Doran Caroline E. Miss, teacher Putnam 

grammar school, boards 96 Gore 
Doran Charles, laborer, house 12 Harding 
Doran John M., traveling salesman, bds. 

13 Sparks 
Doran Michael, fireman pumping house 

C. W. W., Lake View av., h. 5 Clay 
Doran Patrick, boards 96 Gore 
Doran Thomas J., lather, h. 16 Portland 
Doran Wm. P., driver, house 25 Gore 
Dorant John, butcher Niles Bros. 
Dote Henry A., provisions, 655 Main, 

house 10 Brookline 
Dore, see Dorr 

Dorgan Patrick, laborer, boards 6 Laurel 
Dormai Elizabeth M., widow of Joseph, h. 

Arsenal grounds, Garden, c. Chauncy 
Dorman J abez, blacksmith (Sudbury, B.), 

house 86 Fifth 
Dorman John, engineer (Clark, corner 

Commercial, B. ), house 34 Second 
Dormer Ann, wid. of Benj., h. 126 Gore 
Dormer Cbas. E., reed maker, 162 Broad- 
way, house 108 Otis 
Dormer Edwin, blacksmith, 18 Cambridge, 

house 108 Otis 
Dormer John, house 126 Gore 
Dorney Daniel, fireman pumping house 

C. W. W., Lake View avenue, house 

Cushing, near Lawn 
Dorr Clifford E., pill maker, 150 Broad- 
way, house 7 Cottage 
Dorr Cornelius, flour (3 Commercial, B.), 

house 260 North avenue 
Dorr Edgar S., civil engineer (City Hall, 

B.), boards Ellis Norris', Cushing 
Dorr Eliza Mrs., b. Ellis Norris', Cushing 
Dorr Ellerton L., student H. U., rooms 16 

Thayer Hall 
Dorr Frank W., clerk (32 Commercial, B.), 

boards 334 Harvard 
Dorr John, baker, house 19 Pine 
Dorr Joseph jr., student H. U., rooms 25 

Holyoke 
Dorr Lester M., clerk (222 Congress, B.), 

boards 334 Harvard 
Dorr Moses, flour (32 Congress, B.), 

house 334 Harvard 
Dorsey Sydney, waiter, h. 39 Hampshire 
Dorson Patrick, teamster E. D. Sawyer & 

Co., house 1 Linehan block, Third 
Doseau Julian, laborer, house 293 Con- 
cord avenue 
Dougherty R., iron molder, 368 Main 
Douglass Alexander F., blacksmith, bds. 

7 Broadway 
Douglass Charles H., clerk (61 State, B.), 

boards 9 Rockwell 
Douglass George W., clerk (33 Bowker, 

B.), boards 18 Howard 
Douglass James C, cabinet maker, 384 

Main, house 23 Park 
Douglass James C. jr., cabinet maker, 346 

Main, house 23 Park [Reservoir 

Douglass Jane Mrs., bds. Martin O' Hare's, 



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Douglass Mary J., widow of Harrison, h 
18 Howard 

Douglass Robert, president Cambridgeport I 
National Bank, 585 Main, bouse 24 
Columbia [65 Gore 

Douglass Eobert J., driver, 203 Bridge, b. 

Douglass William, safe-maker, 17 Main, 
boards at Boston 

Douglass William G., carpenter, house 73 
Washington 

Dover Stamping Co., mnfrs. tinners' fur- 
nishing goods, factory, 153 Putnam 
avenue, store (8S and 90 North, B.) 

Dow Benjamin, trav. salesman (115 Wash- 
ington, B.), house 9 Cottage 

Dow Edmond IS., student H. U., rooms 14 
Hollis Hall |476 Cambridge 

Dow Forrest E., clerk, 162 Broadway, bds. 

Dow Harry R., student H. U., rooms 25 
College House 

Dow Jas. A., physician, 23 Magazine, h. do. 

Dow John B., box-maker, 3 Hampshire, 
house 476 Cambridge 

Dow John C, tallow and bone dealer, 220 
Portland, bouse 35 Tremont 

Dow John E., steam carpet cleaning (478 
Beacon, B.), house 15 Fairmont 

Dow Marcellus I., apothecary, 169 Pearl, 
house 50 Hamilton 

Dow Warren H., box-maker, 3 Hampshire, 
house 27 Pine 

Dow William H, fertilizer mnfr., 220 Port- 
land, and (120 Hanover, B.), house 150 
Cambridge 

Dow William L., express, 25 Central sq.. 
office (77 Bedford, B.), boards loti 
Hampshire 

Dowd Charles, oiler U. R. Co., Dunster, b. 
1 Willard street court 

Dowd Eliza A., widow of William J., house 
21 Lawrence [Charlestown 

Dowd John, baker, 79 Cambridge, h. at 

Dowell Samuel B., laborer, h. Auburn pi. 

Dowey Ann E., widow of Thomas, house 
rear 215 Mt. Auburn 

Dowey Thomas, teamster Mt. Auburn 
cemetery, house May 

Dowling James, foreman Sanborn & Par- 
ker, house 45S Cambridge 

Downe Rufus S*, special police, station 1, 
house 16 Willirim [bridge 

Downes Edward, laborer, h. r. 42S Cam- 
Downey Bartholomew, laborer, bouse 378 
Cambridge 

Downey Daniel, laborer, h. 24 Hunting 

Downey David, laborer, bds. 23 Brighton 

Downey Dennis, laborer, b. 106 Tremont 

Downey Jeremiah, laborer, house rear 427 
'Cambridge 

Downey Jeremiah, laborer, h. 80 Brighton 

Downey John, grocer, 13 Porter, h. do. 

Downey John, laborer, house 58 Charles 

Downey John, collar-maker, 10 Arrow, 
rooms 12 Dunster [Charles 

Downey John T., cigar-maker, boards 58 

Downey Mary Mrs., house rear 31 Bow 

Downey Murtagh, laborer, h. 37 Warren 



Downey Patrick, house rear 31 Bow 
Downey Thomas, laborer, house rear 209 

Mt. Auburn [Cambridge 

Downie James, foreman, 130 Gore, h. 458 
Downing Dennis, trav. salesman, house 

15 Sparks [45 Walden 

Downing Edward, leather (81 High, B.), h. 
Downing Edward H.. clerk (201 Washing- 
ton, B.). boards 45 Walden 
Downing Elizabeth Miss, nurse.h. 5 Laurel 
Downing Geo., brush-maker, h. 10 Sixth 
Downing Lucy A. Miss, teacher Washing- 
ton grammar school, boards Theodore 

Downing's, Mt. Pleasant 
Downing Lydia, widow of Samuel, boards 

Theodore Downing's, Mt. Pleasant 
Downing Mary, widow of Thomas, house 

5 Laurel 
Downing Media fSlade & Downing), dress- 
maker. 588£ Main, bds. 41 Franklin 
Downing Samuel H.. clerk (30 Pearl, B.), 

boards -45 Walden 
Downing Theodore, currier, foot of Eustis 

court, house Mt. Pleasant, 3d on right 

from Walden 
Dowsing Daniel, boards 22 Front 
Dowsing Henry Y., sawyer, 624 Main, h. 

Ill Allston [King pi. 

Dowsing James F., organ-maker, house 6 
Dfwsing William W., organ-finisher. 624 

Main, h. 116 Auburn [271 do. 

Doyle Arthur, hostler, 229 Cambridge, b. 
Doyle Daniel, hostler U. R. Co., Dunster 
Doyle Daniel, hostler U. R. Co., Dunster 
Dovle Ellen, widow, house 56 Brighton 
Doyle Ellen, wid. of Patrick,h. 140 Dublin 
Doyle George F., block-maker, 54 Bridge, 

house at Charlestown 
Doyle James C, carpenter, b. 192 Harvard 
Doyle James E., driver M. Fairbanks & 

Co. (Howard. B.), h. Third, cor. Otis 
Doyle Jeremiah, laborer, boards 83 Bridge 
Doyle John, laborer U. R. Co., h. 20Souta 
Doyle John, laborer Cambridge Water 

Works, house 32 Auburn 
Doyle John, in Cambridge Rolling Mill, 

house Rolling Mill block, Bristol 
Doyle John, laborer, bouse 105 Kinnaird 
Doyle John, laborer, house 17 Warren 
Doyle John H., brass-finisher, 36S Main, 

house 4 Harrison 
Doyle Joseph, laborer, 92 Main 
Doyle Mary E., widow, house S Blanche 
Doyle Michael, laborer, 10 Arrow, house 

105 Kinnaird 
Doyle Michael, laborer, bds. 56 Brighton 
Doyle Michael, laborer, house 3 Foster 
Doyle Michael J., baker, 215 Cambridge, 

house 213 do. 
Doyle Owen, laborer, house 58 Waverly 
Doyle Patrick, police, station 1, house 81 

Concord avenue 
Doyle Patrick J., gents' furnishing goods, 

cigars, etc., 16 Brighton, h. 5 Foster 
Doyle Richard, house 5 Foster 
Doyle Richard, laborer U. R. Co., house 

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Doyle Richard D., tinsmith, 387 Cam- 
bridge, house 383 do. 
Doyle Richard F., pressman Riverside 

Press, house 10 Magazine court 
Doyle Sarah, widow of Edward, house 27 

Banks 
Doyle Thomas, 10 Arrow, h. 105 Kinnaird 
Doyle Thomas, laborer Cambridge Water 

Works, boards 32 Auburn 
Doyle William E., florist (57 Tremont, 

B.), house 80 Otis 
Drake Andrew J., clerk (518 Washington, 

B.), house 19 Shepard 
Drake Carrie A. Miss (Drake & Carley), 

dressmaker, 46 Brighton, house do. 
Drake Charles A., blacksmith and wheel- 
wright, 295 Cambridge, h. at Boston 
Drake Geo. A., organ maker, 624 Main, 

boards 22 Suffolk 
Drake Geo. G., painter American House 

(56 Hanover, B.), house 1 Lamson pi. 
Drake Geo. W., foreman of varnishers, 

162 Broadway, house 26 Essex 
Drake James, carpenter, 113 Broadway, 

house 7 Putnam court 
Drake Margaret, widow of Geo. F., boards 

46 Brighton 
Drake M. Wesley, bookkeeper (35 Ex- 
change, B.), house 22 Suffolk 
Drake Ruth S., widow of Wm., house 4 

Rogers block, Main 
Drake Trueman, sawyer, 3 Hampshire, 

boards 61 Cherry 
Drake Warren, box-maker, 3 Hampshire 
Drake & Carley (Carrie A. Drake and 

Kate Carley ),dressmakers,46 Brighton 
Draker Charles E., collector, b. 62 Cherry 
Drane Paul S., student H. U., rooms 15 

College House 
Draper Albert, britannia worker, Otis, n. 

First, rooms 36 Fourth 
Draper Daniel A. (F. Diaper & Co ; ), Otis, 

near First, house 111 Thorndike 
Draper Francis (F. Draper & Co.), Otis, 

near First, house at Boston 
Draper Francis H , britannia worker, 

Otis, near First, boards 111 Thorndike 
Draper Frank L., machinist, 72 Main, 

house at Somerville 
Draper F. & Co. (Francis and Daniel A. 

Draper), brass and britannia ware 

mnfrs., Otis, near First 
Draper G. E., conductor U. R. Co. 
Draper Jesse L., britannia worker, Otis, 

near First, house 133 Otis 
Draper Joseph, britannia worker, Otis, 

near First, boards 111 First 
Draper Lucius D., grocer (Blackstone,B.), 

house 10 White 
Draper Martin jr., bookkeeper Nat'l Bank 

of North America (106 Frauklin, B.), 

house 292 North avenue [11 Avon 
Draper Mary A., widow of Dan'l F., house 
Draper Warren M., clerk (169 Summer, 

B. ) boards 292 North avenue 
Draper Wm. B., clerk (492 Washington, 

B.), house 11 Avon 



Draper Wm. K., student H. XL, rms. 19 

Weld Hall 
Dray Patrick, painter, 460 Main, house 

117 Pleasant 
Drennan Manuel J., instructor in English 

H. U., rooms 17 College House 
Dressel Paulina, widow of Nichol, house 

rear 5 Russell 
Dresser Caroline J. Miss, teacher Wash- 
ington grammar school, b. at Dedham 
Dresser Edwin, president Cambridgeport 
Diary Co., 105 Magazine, house Ray- 
mond, near Linnaean 
DRESSER EDWIN D., stationer 
and blank book mnfr. (Ill Devon- 
shire, B), bds. Edwin Dresser's, Ray- 
mond, near Linnaean 
Dresser Mary, L. Mrs., music teacher, 

house 5S9£ Main 
Drew Albert V., painter, bds. 19 Sidney 
Drew Carrie E. Mrs., at Riverside Press, 

house 1 Pond place 

Drew Carrie M. Miss, cashier, 153 North 

av., b. Summer, n. Cedar, Somerville 

Drew Edwin, c»erk, 153 North avenue, 

house Summer, n. Cedar, Somerville 

Drew Fred. L., grocer, 153 North avenue, 

bds. Summer, near Cedar, Somerville 

Drew Geo. A., carpenter (B.), boards 19 

Sidney 
Drew Geo. C. jr., at University Press, 

house 88 Banks 
Drew John, carpenter, house 19 Sidney 
Drew John R., painter, bds. 26 Howard 
Drew Jonathan N., carpenter, house 190 

Cambridge 
Drew Joseph L. jr., gold beater (3 Prov- 
ince court, B.), house 19 Jay 
Drew Silas S., dry goods (34 Hanover, 

B.), house 122 Oxford 
Drilling Chas., cabinet maker, h. 2 Water 
Drinan Chas. E. S., piano action maker, 

house 26 Cherry 
Drinan Morris, laborer, h. 129 Bridge 
Driscoll Catherine, widow, h. 16 McCabe 
Driscoll Dennis, carpenter B. L. & C. R. 

R. shop, house 85$ Gore 
Driscoll Florence, painter, h. 70 Gore 
Driscoll Geo. H, painter, bds. 70 Gore 
Driscoll James, teamster, 103 Bridge, 

house 40 Gore 
Driscoll John, baker, 502 Main 
Driscoll John, laborer, bds. 2 Harrison 
Driscoll John, teamster, 166 River, house 
20 Decatur [7 Eighth 

Driscoll John C, polisher, 302 Bridge, b. 
Driscoll Joseph, wood moulder, Rhoades 

bldg., State, boards 347 Main 
Driscoll Mary Mrs., house 123 Elm 
Driscoll Michael, driver U. R. Co., house 

47 Cedar 
Driscoll Michael, laborer, house 452 Main 
Driscoll Michael, laborer, house 46 Mont- 
gomery 
Driscoll Patrick, laborer, h. 17^ Third 
Driscoll Patrick, teamster, 28 Bridge, 
house 26 do. 



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Driscoll Tbos., boards 46 Montgomery 
Driscoll Thos., laborer, 28 Bridge, house 

162 do. 
Driscoll Timothy, shoemaker (199 Cam- 
bridge, B.), house 103 Columbia 
Driver Stephen W., physician, house and 

office, 5 Farwell place 
Drohan Daniel, blacksmith U. R. Co., 201 

Main, house 64 Broadway [pleton 

Drolet Augustine, carpenter, h. 2uT Ap- 
Drouet E. Charles, ins. (17 State, B.), 

house 1 Grotto place [Thorndike 

Drown Chas. P., hostler U. R. Co., b. 168 
Drown Chas. W., varnisher, 162 Broad- 
way, boards 2!4 Cambridge 
Drown Mary A. Mrs., h. 168 Thorndike 
Drum Margaret Miss, assistant Orphans' 

Home, Avon Hill, boards do. 
Drummey Wm., laborer, h. 16 North 
Drummond Cornelius H.,b. 43 Washington 
Drummond Dominick, lithographer Riv- 
erside Press, house 13 Erie 
Drummond Geo. H., house 232 Pearl 
Drummond David S., spar-maker, boards 

43 Washington 
Drummond John H., h. 43 Washington 
Drury Leonard D., cigars, etc., 450 Har- 
vard, b. 1 Brewers blk., Brattle sq. 
Drury Patrick, boiler-maker, 92 Main, 

house 50 Broadway 
Drysdale James B., student Epis. Theo. 

School, Brattle 
Duart Manuel, varnisher F. M. Holmes 

Furniture Co., house at Boston 
DuCett John W., pressman University 

Press, boards 31 Holyoke 
Ducey Catherine, widow, bds. 31 Tremont 
Ducey Lawrence J., police, station 2, h. 

31 Tremont 
Duclos Louis, brick-maker, h. 52 Spruce 
Duddy Edward, stone-cutter, Gore whf., 

Third, house 35 Somerset 
Duddy Edward J., puncher, 153 Putnam 

av., boards 35 Somerset 
Dudley Augustus W., shoemaker, boards 

50 Franklin 
Dudley Charles, blacksmith, Boston Bridge 

Works, Sixth, house at Boston 
Dudley Charles F., bookkeeper, 168 Gore, 

house 157 Cambridge 
Dudley Elizabeth, widow of Harrison, h. 

17 Dunster 
Dudley Geo. E., upholsterer, h. r. 60 River 
Dudley Geo. S., police, station 2, house 

115 Washington 
Dudley John Mrs., house 81 Winsor 
Dudley Mary A. C, widow of Willard, h. 

20 Tremont [h. 49 Fifth 

Dudley Moses, billiards, 115A- Cambridge, 
HUDLEY SANFORD H. (Dudley 
U & Dudley), counselor (95 Milk, room 

71, B.), h. Avon pi., off Avon hill st. 
Dudley Stephen, cooper C. H. North & 

Co., house rear 10 Third 

DUDLEY WARREN P. (Dudley & 
Dudley), lawyer (95 Milk, room 71, 
B.), boards 17 Dunster 



Dudley Wm. B., clerk, 63 Norfolk, house 
109 In man 

DUDLEY & DUDLEY (Sanford 
H. and Warren P. Dudley), counsel- 
ors (95 Milk, room 71, B.) 
Duff James (James Duff & Son), spring 

mnfr., 12 Gore, house at Somerville 
Duff James & Son (James and John J. 

Duff), spring mnfrs., 12 Gore 
Duff James P., upholsterer, bds. 69 Third 
Duff John, cooper, house 174 Winsor 
Duff John J. (James Duff & Son), spring 

mnfr., 12 Gore, boards at Somerville 
Duffield Charles W., rector Church of the 

Ascension, house 60 Otis 
Duffv Catherine, widow of Michael, h. 6 

Fourth 
Duffy Francis, laborer, house 102 Third 
Duffy James, laborer, h. 116 Webster av. 
Duffy James J., laborer, house Fifth, cor. 

Charles 
Duffy James L., printer (Fayette ct., B.), 

house 30 Hancock 
Duffy James R., junk dealer, 66 Charles, 
house do. [Putnam av. 

Duffy Jane Mrs., boarding-house, rear 105 
Duffy John, cabinet maker, h. 44 Spring 
Duffy John, laborer, h. r. 382 Cambridge 
Duffy John, umbrella repairer, house 51 

Amory 
Duffy Leo, laborer, house 77 Concord av. 
Duffy Mary A., wid., house 40 Broadway 
Duffy Peter, laborer, house 2 Jefferson 
Duffy Robert, shoemaker, h. 105j Putnam 
avenue [line 

Duffy Rose, wid. of Barney, h. 1284 Brook- 
Duffy Stephen, molder, house lo6 Third 
Duffy Thomas, laborer (164 Canal, B. ), h. 
130 Third [at Boston 

Duffy Thos. E., marble worker, 53 Main, h. 
Duffy Wm., shoemaker, 906 Main, boards 

105 Putnam avenue 
Duffv Wm., engineer, h. 378 Cambridge 
Dufur Wm. H. (Dufur & Tower), Hamp- 
shire, cor. Columbia, house 51 Pine 
Dufur & Tower (Wm. H. Dufur and Wes- 
son S. Tower), fish market, Hamp- 
shire, corner Columbia 
Dugan Agnes, widow, house 159 Winsor 
Dugan Edward Mrs., house 47 Amory 
Dugan Edward, mason, house 83 Elm 
Dugan James, cabinet-maker, 13 Brigh- 
ton, house at Somerville 
Dugan Samuel, iron molder, 368 Main, h. 

rear 12 Po'tland 
Duggan James, laborer, house r. 6 North 
Duhig Daniel T., printer University Press, 

house 61 Wright 
Duhig John M., pressman University 

Press, house 74 Wright 
Duhig Mary A., widow of Michael, house 

89 Hancock 
Dukeshair Daniel F., carpenter, 113 Broad- 
way, house 21 Franklin 
Dulls Mary E., widow of Cornelius, house 
112 Columbia [38 Pearl 

Dumas George V., sawyer, 624 Main, bds. 



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Dumas Romaine, sawyer, 624 Main, bds. 

38 Pearl 
Dumphy Wm., core maker, Third, corner 

Bent, house 141 Elm 
Dunbar Charles F., professor of Political 

Economy, and Dean of the College 

Faculty ff. U., house 14 Highland 
Dunbar Charlotte A., widow of Eben M., 

house 393 Broadway 
Dunbar Franklin A., medical student H. 

U., boards 14 Highland 
Dunbar George B., student H. U., boards 

14 Highland [lumbia 

Dunbar James, blacksmith, h. r. 141 Co- 
Dunbar James H., spring-maker, Gore, h. 

107 Spring 
Dunbar Luther W., carpenter (271 Charles, 

B.), house 7 William 
Dunbar Walter H., printer (105 Summer, 

B. ), boards 8fi5 Main 
Dunbar William H., student H. U., rooms 

31 Gray's Hall 
Duncan Anderson, laborer, h. 27 Hancock 
Duncan John, blacksmith, 454 Main, bds. 

420 do. 
Duncan Wm. P., lawyer (172 Washington, 

room 8, B.), house 22 Essex 
Duncklee Albert C, house 118 Norfolk 
Duncklee Eugene, teamster, 600 Main 
Duncklee Eugene E., furnace-maker, h. 

13 Grant 
Duncklee Horace L., house 118 Norfolk 
Duncklee Horace L. jr., bds. 118 Norfolk 
Duncklee Luther C, carpenter, h. 10 Jay 
Dunham Adelia Miss, teacher Washington 

grammar school, boards 852 Main 
Dunham Edward P., printer, b. 852 Main 
Dunham Israel P., house 852 Main 
Dunham John E., salesman (91 State, 

Boston), house 29 Shepard 
Dunham Lucy A. Miss, teacher Clinch 

primary school (B.), house 46 Cherry 
Dunham Sidney H., blacksmith, 446 Main, 

house S0£ Green 
Dunham Theodore, student H. U., rooms 

37 Holyoke House 
Dunlap Frederick A., piano action-mak- 
er, house 4 Pine 
Dunlap Martha A. Mrs., house 4 Pine 
Dunlap Thomas, teamster (Brookline), 

house rear 6 Lopez 
Dunlea Daniel, laborer, h. 23 Brewery 
Dunlea Joanna, widow of Patrick, house 

56 North 
Dunlea Patrick F., cabinet-maker F. M. 

Holmes Furniture Co., bds. 56 North 
Dunlop Margaret M. P., widow of John, 

boarding-house, 38 to 42 Pearl 
Dunn Alexander, bookkeeper Riverside 

Press, boards 36 Cottage 
Dunn Andrew P., collar-maker, 10 Arrow, 

house 25 Magazine 
Dunn Bartholomew, laborer, h. 3 Fourth 
Dunn Bridget, wid. of Jas., h. r. 63 Gore 
Dunn Cliristena, widow of Thomas, house 

36 Cottage 
Dunn Daniel, laborer, house 29 Porter 



Dunn Daniel, mason tender, h. r. 94 Fifth 
Dunn Geo., carpenter B., L. & C. R. R. 

shop, house at Boston 
Dunn George (Dunn & Gurnham), paint- 
er, 52 Putnam avenue, house do. 
Dunn George G., student H. U., rooms 18 

Holyoke House 
Dunn James, boards rear 63 Gore 
Dunn James, plasterer, house 3 Elmer 
Dunn James F., tinsmith, b. 348 North av. 
Dunn John, house 29 Warren 
Dunn John, book-finisher Riverside Press, 

house 36 Cottage 
Dunn John A. H., wood-turner, Rhoades 

building, State, h. 7 Dinsmoie court 
Dunn John B., laborer, h. 37 Hastings 
Dunn John H., clerk (450 Washington, 

Boston), boards 3 Fourth 
Dunn John P., boiler maker, 92 Main, 

house 47 Pine 
Dunn Patrick H., locksmith, h. 97 Gore 
Dunn Robert A., mariner, house 31 Mill 
Dunn Thomas, house 95 Webster avenue 
Dunn William, glass-presser N. E. Glass 

Co., house rear 63 Gore 
Dunn William K., book-finisher Riverside 

Press, boards 36 Cottage 
Dunn & Gurnham (George Dunn and 
Thomas Gurnham), painters, 52 Put- 
nam avenue 
Dunnells Geo. B., laborer, b. r. 124 Gore 
Duunells Jane, widow of Samuel, house 

rear 124 Gore 
Dunning W. H. Mrs., house 11 Dana 
Dunphy Martin H., bookbinder Riverside 

Press, house 132 Pleasant 
Dupee Charles S., clerk (B. L. & C. R. R., 

Boston), house 75 Magazine 
Duran Emily, widow, house 76 Sixth 
Durant Alex., steward, h. 125 Hampshire 
Durant John, laborer, bds. 15 Faiwell pi. 
Durant Nancy P., widow of Reuben, house 

1 Westacott court 
Durant Thomas, student H. U., rooms 8 
Grav's Hall 

DURANT WILLIAM B., lawyer 
(19 Congress, rm.,7, 3.),h. 378 Harvard 
Durant, see Dorant [Hunting 

Dureen Ellen, widow of Edward P., h. 18 

DURFEE WINTHROP C. (San- 
born, Parker & Co.), pickles, 130 Gore, 

and (29 South Market, Boston), house 

at Jamaica Plain 
Durgan Jobn, laborer, house 44 North 
Durgin Elizabeth, widow of Daniel, house 

194 Bridge 
Durgin George F., polisher (89 Sudbury, 

Boston), boards 194 Bridge 
Durgin George W., printer, h. 107 Winsor 
Durgin Matthew, bookbinder Riverside 

Press, house 24 Charles River 
Durgin Sarah A. Miss, matron House of 

Correction, bds. Third, c. Thorndike 
Durham John W., laborer, h. 2 Jefferson 
Duris Daniel, boards 63 Brookline 
Duris John, at 57 Cambridge, boards rear 

24 Winter 



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Duris Margaret, widow of Daniel, house 

rear 116 Brookline 
Durlin Joseph, laborer, bds. 12 Plymouth 
Durnau James, express, 77 Cambridge, 

house 44 Porter 
Durnan John, teamster, h. 248 Franklin 
Durnan Peter, tailor, boards 248 Franklin 
Durnan Peter P. jr., express, 159 Cam- 
bridge, house 124 Gore 
Durnan Win., laborer, h. 154 Franklin 
Durno James G., tailor and janitor Bridge 

school, house 179 Main 
Durrell Betsey G., widow of O. B., house 

73 Thorndike 
Durrell Charles P., clerk, 126 Cambridge, 

boards 73 Thorndike 
Durrell Oliver H., small wares (83 Sum- 
mer, Boston), house 322 Broadway 
Duryea Harnanus B., house 24 Arrow 
Dustin Betsey A., widow, house 74 Fourth 
Dustin George, teamster (Boston), rooms 

84 Cambridge 
Dustin Warren P., traveling salesman, 

house 100 Ellery 
Duteau Joseph, h. Walden, n. Raymond 
Dutton Albert L., milkman, h. 56 Fourth 
Dutton Margaret Mrs., boarding-house, 50 

Sidney 
Dwelley Adam H., foreman brass finish- 
ers, 368 Main, house 2 Bristol 
Dwelley Chas. M.. fly-finisher, 162 Broad- 
way, boards 2 Bristol 
Dwight Henrietta F. Miss, h. 102 Prospect 
Dwight Henry H., student, b. 102 Prospect 
Dwinels Augustia Mrs., clairvoyant, house 

137 Washington 
Dwinnell Edward, real estate (B. ), house 

527 Cambridge 
Dwyer Daniel, gardener, h. 188 Norfolk 
Dwyer Edmond, watchman (B.), house 

238 Broadway 
Dwyer Edward, laborer, h.21 Charles River 
Dwyer Edward H., harness maker, house 

9 Sixth 
Dwyer Edward H. jr., clerk Lincoln, Cham- 

berlin & Co., boards 9 Sixth 
Dwyer James, glass maker, b. 188 Norfolk 
Dwyer James, iron molder, 368 Main, bds. 

1 Washington 
Dwyer James, iron molder, 368 Main 
Dwyer Jane, widow, h. rear 11 Valentine 
Dwyer John, leather (248 Congress, B.)., 

house 118 Pearl 
Dwyer John, brass finisher, b. 188 Norfolk 
Dwyer John, teamster, h. 21 Charles River 
Dwyer John A., gate tender B. L. & C. R. 
R., Prison Point bridge, house n. do. 
Dwyer John C, tinsmith, house 410 Cam- 
bridge • [463 do. 
Dwyer John, hairdresser, 367 Main, bds. 
Dwyer John S., painter, h. r. 170 Norfolk 
Dwyer John T., conductor U. R. Co., bds. 
rear 27 Gore [27 Gore 
Dwyer Margaret, widow of Jeremiah, h. r. 
Dwyer Mary Miss, teacher St. {Mary's Pa- 
rochial school 
Dwyer Matthew, laborer, h. 80 Brighton 



Dwyer Matthew, blacksmith U. R. Co., 

house 47 Spruce [Foster 

Dwyer Michael, teamster U. R. Co., h. 13 

Dwyer Michael J., foreman (106 Sudbury, 

B.), boards 23S Broadway 
Dwyer Robert, cooper, h. 175 Cambridge 
Dwyer Thomas, laborer, bds. 139 Bridge 
Dwyer Thomas F., editor (106 Sudbury, 

B.), boards 238 Broadway 
Dwyer Thomas J., laborer, house Linehan 

block, Ninth 
Dwyer Warren W., salesman (52 Black- 
stone, B ), boards 9 Sixth 
Dwyer William, iron molder, 368 Main, 

boards 1 Washington 
Dwyer William E., clerk (262 Washington, 

B.), boards 9 Sixth 
Dwyer William H., cabinet maker, boards 

41 School 
Dyar Charles W., editor Daily Globe (238 

Washington, B.), house 90i Inman 
Dyer Anna M., widow, h. 172 North av. 
Dyer Edward M., engineer (16 Beverly, B.), 
house 79 Fifth [473 do. 

Dyer E. P., cigar maker, 513 Main, rooms 
Dyer George F., action maker, 162 Broad- 
way, house 49 Market 
Dyer Jeremiah, switch tender B. L. & C. 

R. R., boards rear 83 Bridge 
Dyer Jesse, at 139 Broadway 
Dyer John, blacksmith, 92 Main, house 7 

Roger's block, Main 
Dyer Louis, asst. prof, of Greek and Latin, 

rooms 6 Little's block 
Dyer Maria, widow of John E., h. 15 State 
Dyer Maria L., widow of George W., 

house 56 Erie 
Dyer Mary C, widow, house 40 Market 
Dyer Peter E., cigar maker, 513 Main 
Dyer Randolph A., cabinet maker, house 

42 Market 
Dyer Simeon D., boots and shoes (133 
Federal, B.), house Mt. Pleasant, 5th 
on right from Walden 
DyerThos., stone-cutter, 53 Main, house 
7 Roger's block, Main 

EADIE JOHN (Eadie & Twitchell), gro- 
cer, 281 Broadway, house 23 Elm 
Eadie & Twitchell (John Eddie & Orrin 
W. Twitchell), grocers, 281 Broadway 
Eagan Ellen, widow, house 216 Franklin 
Eagan James, laborer, house 30 Harding 
Eagan James, laborer, house 97 Pearl 
Eagan James E., driver, 565| Main, boards 

97 Pearl ^ 

Eagan Michael, law student, 563 Main, 

boards 216 Franklin 
Eagan, see Egan, also Aigin 
Eager Edmund, laborer, house 105 Spruce 
Eagleson Joseph, laborer, house 2 Foster 
Eagleson Thomas C, laborer, 8 Brattle, 

house 27 Grant 
Eagleson Wm. A., cook, h. rear 15 Antrim 
Eagles ton Thomas, plumber, house 249 

Mount Auburn 
Eaglestou, see Eggleston 



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Eames Francis J., carriagesmith U. R. Co., 

DuDster, house at Somerville 
Eames Henry H. Mrs. (H. H. Eames & 

Son), 100 Concord av., bouse 98 do. 
Eames H. H. & Son (Mrs. Henry H. and 

Thomas H. Eames), ice dealers, 100 

Concord avenue 
Eames James H., barrel mnfr., foot Pacific 

at G. J. R. R., house 30 Pearl 
Eames Jos E., 100 Concord av., h. 89 do. 
Eames Mary H., widow of Charles, bds. 

94 Allston 
Eames Thomas H. (H. H. Eames & Son), 

ice dealer, 100 Concord av., h. 99 do. 
Earl Amy A., widow of William, house 

63 Oxford 
Earl Henry, pressman, house 11 Revere 
Earl William, clerk (198 Commercial, B.), 

house 63 Oxford [Thayer Hall 

Earle Morris, student H. U., rooms 38 
Early Cormick, polisher, house 6 Salem 
Early John, bootmaker, 15 Brown, h. do. 
Easly Alexauder, hostler, U. R. Co., bds. 

51 Cedar 
Easly Christopher, slater, bds. 31 Union 
East Cambridge Five Cents Savings Bank, 

Geo. Stevens, president; Samuel Slo- 

comb, treas.; 80 Cambridge 
East Cambridge Post-office, Miss Ella M. 

Stevens, supt, 120 Cambridge 
East Cambridge Station B. L. & C. R. R., 

foot Third 
East Cambridge and Boston Omnibus Line, 

J. C. Stiles, agt., office. 249 Cambridge 
East John W., teamster, 169 Gore, house 

I Squire's court 

Easter Frederick N., blacksmith, b. 15 Rice 
Easter Robert S., blacksmith and wheel- 
wright, 355 North avenue, h. 15 Rice 
Easter William, clerk, 200 North avenue, 

boards 15 Rice 
Easterbrook Edward E., mason, h. 22 Mill 
Easterbrook Moses P., in rubber mill, 

house 12 Berkshire place 
Easterbrook, see Estabrook 
Eastman Chandler, janitor Hollis. Stough- 

ton, and Holworthy Halls H. U., h. 

17 Stoughton Hall 
Eastman Charles A., assistant janitor 

Holyoke House, boards do. 
Eastman Chas. E., janitor Holyoke House, 

house do. [way, h. 3 Soden 

Eastman Frank C, reed maker, 162 Broad- 
Eastman George, supt. Boston Diatite 

Co. (Chaiiestown), house 10 Day 
Eastman George W., clerk, 468 Harvard, 

boards 13 Brattle 
Eastman John, carpenter, rear 577 Main, 

house 82£ Green [14 Dover 

Eastman Rebecca W., widow of Luke, b. 
Easton James H. B., student H. U., rooms 

II Stoughton Hall 

Easton Thomas H., granite-cutter, boards 

125 Harvard 
Eaton Alonzo, carpenter, h. r. 8 Davis 
Eaton Charles, salesman C. H. North & 

Co. (Somerville), house 55 Gore 



Eaton Chas. F., ship stores (48Longwhf., 

B.), house 8 Essex 
Eaton Clifford C, assistant at Observato- 
ry, house 21 Suffolk 
Eaton Cyrus B., tinsmith, h. r. 72 Allston 
Eaton Eliza A. Mrs., bouse 14 Bath 
Eaton Emma A., teacher Allston gram- 
mar school, boards 34 Tremont 
Eaton Emma P. Mrs., teacher Washington 

grammar school, boards 11 Mason 
Eaton Frederic M., upholsterer, boards 

121 Prospect 
Eaton Geo. D. jr., yardmaster B. L. & C. 

R. R., office, Prison Point road, house 

at Somerville [Weld Hall 

Eaton Geo. H., student H. U., rooms 52 
Eaton Jacob, house 8 Winsor 
Eaton Joseph L. R., butcher, foot of 

Frank, house 6 Rice 
Eaton Kate E. Miss, clerk Andrew J. Lov- 

ell, boards 11 Forest 
Eaton Osgood, tuner, 162 Broadway, 

house at Reading 
Eaton Percival J., student H. U., rooms 

24 Stougbton Hall 
Eaton Sarah E.. widow of Rev. Joseph 

W., house 697 Main 
Eaton Thomas, printer, h. 23 Baldwin 
Eaton Walter S., printer University Press, 

boards 26 Holyoke 
Eaton Warren A., police, station 2, house 

162 Prospect 
Eaves Wm. H., waiter Memorial Hall, 

boards rear 19 Grant 
Eberhardt Jacob J., bookbinder, house 49 

Winsor 
Ebert George P., iron worker Boston 

Bridge Works, Sixth, h. at E. Boston 
Ecker Joseph L., teacher Greek St. 

Thomas Aquinas College, b. 5 Union 
Ecker Leopold, shoemaker, h. 5 Union 
Ed'ty Eliza, widow of Lauriston, house 5 

Lambert avenue 
Eddy George F., carpenter, boards 5 

Lambert avenue 
Eddy Martin, laborer, h. Jackson, n. Spruce 
Eddy, see Eadie 

Edgar John, cabinetmaker, b. 31 Winter 
Edgar Thomas, carpenter, 169 Gore, 

boards 31 Winter 
Edgerly Chas. B., grain (186 State, B.), 

house 17 Forest 
Edgerly D. Mark, phvsician,S4 Green, h. do. 
Edgerly Edward T.. student H. U., 

rooms 22 Thayer Hall 
Edgerly John H. W., student H. U., rms. 

56 Thayer Hall 
Edgerly Martha, widow of Samuel S., 

house 203 Franklin 
Edgerly Wm. A., carpenter, h. 13 Third 
Edgewortb Susan, widow of Jas., house 

110 Otis 
Edgett Reuben, carpenter, h. 39 Erie 
Edginton Wm. H., action maker, 162 

Broadway, house rear 41 Clark 
Edmands J. Rayner, assistant at Observa- 
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Edmands Millie M., widow of Samuel P., 
house 81 Oxford [46 DeWolf 

Edmandson Major, hostler U. R. Co.,h. 

Edmonds Peter, laborer, house 86 Fifth 

Edmundson Samuel J., molder, house 73 
Hastings [Fairmont 

Edson Edward B., bookbinder, house 52 

Edson Emma C. Miss, teacher Corlett 
primary school, boards at Boston 

Edson Frank A., painter, h. 21 Green 

Edwards Alex., mariner, boards 70 Web- 
ster avenue 

Edwards Alfred W., stone-cutter, house 4 
Eaton [ings 

Edwards Chas. D., coachman, h. 21 Hast- 

Edwards Eden, marble polisher (B.), 
house 7 Fourth 

Edwards Harry R., student H. TL, rooms 
12 Matthews Hall 

Edwards Herbert, clerk (31 Federal, B.), 
boards 37 Spruce 

Edwards James, laborer, boards 8 Davis 

Edwards John H., teamster, h. 4 Grant 

Edwards J., in slipper factory, h. at Boston 

Edwards Lewis A., clerk, 225 North av., 
boards 37 Spruce 

Edwards Russell S., produce (15 Black- 
stone, B. ) , house 37 Spruce 

Edwards Truman G., asst. bookkeeper 
National Bank of Redemption (85 
Devonshire, B.), house 65 Pleasant 

Edwards Weld on, laborer, h. 72 Tremont 

Edwards William, brass molder, boards 
167 Broadway 

Edwards William, laborer, h. 23 Hunting 

Edwards Wm. J., painter, 34 Mill, house 
69£ Mt. Auburn 

Egan James, teamster, bds. 72 Brookline 

Egan John, teamster, bds. 72 Brookline 

Egan Michael, teamster, 72 Brookline, h.do. 

Egan Patrick, teamster, b. 72 Brookline 

Egan, see Eagen, also Aigin 

Eggleston Chas. H., machinist, house 111 
Norfolk 

Eggleston Joseph, fireman Cambridge Gas 
Works, h. Foster, corner Will aid 

•Eggleston Lorenzo, machinist, 72 Main, 
house 31 Norfolk 

Eggleston, see also Eagleson 

Ehrhart George, sausage-maker, boards 
Eighth, near Spring 

Ehrhart Lucas, cook, Lyceum bldg., Har- 
vard row, bds. 68 Mt. Auburn 

Ehrlich Eugene M., law student H. U., 
rooms 2 Divinity avenue 

Eich Christian P., hairdresser, 432£ Har- 
vard, house do. [South 

Eilertsen Emil, painter, 5 Palmer, bds. 10 

Eilhower Augustus, confectioner, house 
Flagg, corner Banks 

Ela Alfred (Ela Bros.), Standard Turning 
Works, 131 Broadway, office (8 Union, 
B.), house 13 Ash 

ELA BROTHERS (Richard and Al- 
fred Ela), Standard Turning Works, 
131 and 135 B'dway, office(8 Union,B.) 
Ela Lucia, widow of Richard, h. 13 Ash 



Ela Richard (Ela Brothers), 131 to 135 

Broadway, office (8 Union, B.), house 

13 Ash 
Ela Walter, physician, 39 Brattle, h. do. 
Elder George E., carpenter, boards 105 

Columbia 
Elder Josie S., widow, house 438 Main 
Elder Samuel, stenographer, boards 648 

Cambridge [cust 

Elder Samuel, laborer, h. Cushing, n. Lo- 
Elderd Alice M., widow of Jordan, house 

174 Gore 
Eldredge Thomas P., iron-worker Boston 

Bridge Works, Sixth, house 6 Rogers 

block, Main 
Eldridge Bertha Mrs., boards 18 Upton 
Eldridge Samuel W., telegraph operator 

(109 State, B.), house 76 Magazine 
Eldriedge Amos O., laborer (B.), house 

15 Florence [Florence 

Eldriedge Benjamin S., laborer (B.), h. 15 
Eliot Charles, student H. U., rooms 34 

Gray's Hall 
Eliot Charles W., president H. XL, office 

5 University Hall, house 17 Quincy 
Eliot John, leather belting (104 Franklin, 

B.), house 22 Lee 
Eliot O. R., student H. U., rooms 33 

Divinity Hall 
Eliot Samuel A., student H. U., rooms 33 

Gray's Hall 
Eliot, see Elliott 
Elkins Alonzo, traveling salesman (87 

Court, B.), house 49 Norfolk 
Ellenwood Thomas S., carpenter, house 

247 Broadway 
Elliot Charles D., civil engineer and sur- 
veyor, 623 Main, h. at Somerville 
ELLIOT CHARLES E„ merchant 
tailor (419 Washington, B.), house 6 

Mount Auburn 
Elliot Herbert, bookkeeper (94 South Mar- 
ket, B.), house 112 Hancock 
Elliot John B., photographer,h. 15 Wallace 
Elliot Robert, printer (B.), h. 9i Gerry 
Elliott Albert, student H. U., rooms 5 

Hilliard 
Elliott Ferdinand, teamster, boards 14 

Squire's court 
Elliott James, driver, Lyceum building, 

Harvard square, boards 890 Main 
Elliott James R., clerk (Pitts,B.), house 

rear 19 Park 
Elliott Jane, widow, house 97 Winsor 
Elliott Jane, widow, house r. 6 Hastings 
Elliott John W., teamster, b. 35 Tremont 
Elliott Silas H., student H. U., rooms 6 

Mt. Auburn 
Elliott Walter, piano-maker, h. 50 Pine 
Elliott William, blacksmith James Elliott, 

Brighton, house 33 Willard 
Elliott Wm. J., teamster (93 Broad, B.), 

house 2 Fourth 
Elliott William S., hairdresser, boards 97 

Winsor 
Elliott, see Eliot and Elliot 
Ellis Alexander, expressman, h. 18 Market 



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Ellis Benj. W. (Valentine, Ellis & Co.), 

coal and wood, Sargent's wlif.,Charles 

River, order office 26 Brighton, house 

45 Mt. Auburn 
Ellis Bertram, student H. U., rooms 713 

Cambridge [Elm 

Ellis Clement E.. cabinet-maker, bds. 56 
Ellis David, produce (37 South Market, 

B.), house 117 North avenue 
Ellis D. Frank, produce (37 South Market, 

B.), house 8 Roseland 
Ellis D. Warren, produce (21 Merchants 

row, B.), house 38 Arlington 
Ellis Emmons R., produce (50 South Mar- 
ket, B.), house 87 North avenue 
Ellis Frank, boards 60 Vine 
Ellis Frederick H., cabinet-maker, bds. 9 

Union 
Ellis Harry, clerk (37 South Market, B.), 

boards 117 North avenue 
Ellis Hervey D. (107 Clinton, B.), house 

28 Sidney [275 do. 

. Ellis Herbert W., clerk, 290 Broadway, b. 

Ellis Johanna, widow of Randolph, h. 60 

Vine 
Ellis John G., blacksmith (B. & A. R. R., 

B.), house 63 Chestnut 
Ellis John L., agent TJ. S. & C. express, 

F. R. R. depot (B.), bds. 18 Eighth 
Ellis J. Russell, produce (50 South Market, 

B.), house 54 North avenue 
Ellis Lois A., widow of Samuel, house 37 

Tremont 
Ellis Mellen F.,bookkeeper, (251 Dorchester 

avenue, B.). house 106 Columbia 
Ellis Myra I. Miss, teacher Harvard gram- 
mar school, boards 37 Tremont 
Ellis Orrin P., druggist (27 Charles, B.), h. 

102 Columbia 
Ellis Osburn S., boards rear 28 Front 
Ellis Ralph N., student H. U., rooms 17 

Dunster fWinsor 

Ellis Robert E., driver J. G. Ball, bds. 9 
Ellis Sarah, wid. of Wm. B., h. 18 Eighth 
Ellis Stearns R., produce (50 South Mar- 
ket, B.), house 22 Forest 
Ellis Sumner Rev. d.d., bds. 7 Wendell 
Ellis Thomas Mrs., house 51 Amory 
Ellis William, roll-turner, 126 Portland, h. 

1 Berkshire 
Ellis William, laborer, house 18 Market 
Ellis William R. (35 Oliver, B.), house 52 

Kirkland 
Ellison Ellen, widow of Wm. J., house 

rear 27 Gore 
Ellison Nahum, clerk, house 77 Pearl 
Ellison Thomas, polisher (B.), house 27 

Cambridge [Pearl 

Ellison Willard, clerk (Sudbury, B.), h. 48 
Ellison William J., box-maker, boards 

rear 27 Gore [at Melrose 

Ells John B., organ-tuner, 624 Main, h. 
Elsbree James IL, compositor (B.), house 

81 River 
Elsworth Edwin S., boards 46 Winthrop 
El ward Edward, express driver (B.), bds. 
95 Gore 



Elward Elizabeth, widow of Wm., house 

95 Gore 
Elward Joseph W., provisions, 110 Cam- 
bridge, boards 95 Gore 
Elward Thomas, teamster J. P. Squire & 

Co., house 151 Gore 

Elwell Catharine M., boarding-house, 374 

Main, house do. [27 Fourth 

Elwell Elizabeth, widow of James B., h. 

Emerson Alfred S., ice-man, boards 20 

Coggswell avenue 

Emerson Charles, confectioner, 503 Main, 

house 49 Wright [Cottage 

Emerson Daniel, clerk, 591 Main, bds. 20 

Emerson Edward W., bookkeeper (87 

Broad, B.), house 4 Mt. Pleasant 
Emerson Geo. B., teamster (19 Blackstone, 

B.), house rear 125 Gore 
Emerson Geo. F., clerk, 162 Broadway, 

house at East Somerville 
Emerson Helen F., widow of George B., 

house 4 Upton 
Emerson Henry L., trader and city lamp- 
lighter, house 106 Allston 
Emerson Joanna C, widow of Isaac, h. 

20 Coggswell avenue 
Emerson Lillia, widow of John, h. 10 Vine 
Emerson Mary A., widow, h. 28 Bigelow 
Emerson Mary F. Miss, teacher Harvard 

grammar school, boards 28 Bigelow 
Emerson Rosa K. Mrs., house 9 Wallace 
Emerson Thomas H. (B. P. Clark & Co.), 

503 Main, house 766 do. 
Emerson William H., molasses (40 Cen- 
tral, B.), house 341 Harvard 
Emerton Ephraim, Instructor in History 

H. U., house 58 Shepard 
Emery Diantha, house 72 School 
Emery Frank E., clerk (F. R. R. freight 

depot, B.), house 5 Lambert avenue 
Emery George L., periodicals, etc., 405 

Main, boards 11 Winsor 
Emery John B., salesman (B. ), h. 760 Main 
Emery Manning, broker (28 State, B.), h. 

15 Buckingham 
Emery Margaret^ widow of Henry, house 

13 Webster avenue 
Emery Woodward, lawyer (62 Sears bldg., 
B.), house 150 Brattle, corner Sparks 
Emmel Charles, carver, house 128 Otis 
Emory Susan P. Mrs., h. 296" North avenue 
Emory Wm. H., printer University Press, 

house 141 Mt. Auburn 
Endicott Henry, 356 Main, h. 28 Columbia 
Endicott William C. jr., student H. U., 

rooms 30 Little's block 
Endres George, wood-carver, h. 55 Gore 
Endres Geo. F., action-maker, b. 55 Gore 
England James, carpenter, house 32 

Coggswell avenue 
Englehard Lors, laborer, h. 100 Putnam av. 
Englehardt D., clerk, boards Ross House 
Engley William F., counselor-at-law (14 

State, B.), house 3, rear 41 Norfolk 
English Edward E., glass-maker, house 29 , 

Winter [Thayer Hall 

Ennis Robert B., student H. U., rooms 31 



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Eno James, brick-maker, house Dublin, 
near Walden [Washington 

Enos VVm. R., varnish maker, house 23 

Ephraira Joseph EL, cigar-maker (B.), b. 
65 Brookline 

Erath Henry, sausage-maker, rooms Fred- 
erick A. Heyn's, EigUth 

Erb Robert, waiter Lyceum building, Har- 
vard row, boards 6 Brewer 

Erhard Rudolph, brass-finisher, house 8 
Mullin's court 

Erickson Carl E., safe-maker, 17 Main, h. 
at Soraerville 

Erickson Emanuel, cabinet-maker F. M. 
Holmes Furniture Co., h. at Boston 

Ericsson Eric, laborer, bds. 80 Kirkland 

Eshman Peter, laborer, house Vassal lane 

Espers Herman, machinist (69 Hanover, 
B. ), house 408 Main 

Estabrook Joseph D., woolens (83 Arch, 
B.), h. Washington av., n. Arlington 

Estabrook Joseph W., produce (47 North 
Market, B.), house 221 Harvard 

Estabrook, see Easterbrook [Jay 

Estabrooks George H., carpenter, bds. 10 

Estavor Wm. A., machinist (50 Bromfield, 
B. ), house rear 30 Front 

Estes Benjamin F., lard-trimmer Niles 
Bros., boards at Belmont 

Estes Carrie A. Miss, clerk, bds. 34 Ash 

Estes Eugene E., cabiuet-maker F. M. H. 
F. Co., boards at Everett 

Estes Israel J., cabinet-maker F. M. H. F. 
Co., house at Somerville 

Estes Ivory P.. clerk, 10 Brattle, h.34 Ash 

Estes Lizzie Miss, bookkeeper City Hall, 
boards 34 Ash 

Estey Jonathan L., compositor, boards 1 
Hancock place 

Estey William H., reporter (241 Washing- 
ton, B.j, house 1 Hancock place 

Esty Elizabeth Mrs., house 27 Jay 

Esty Samuel, hostler (B.), house 98 xMain 

Etherington Thomas, carpenter, house 
65$ Western avenue 

Ettinger Isaac, driver Jenness & Twom- 
bly express, house 2 Riverside place 

Eustace Alexander, groceries, 167 Pearl, 
house 3 Lake 

Eustace Ann, widow of Jas., h. 10 Fourth 

Eustis Abbie B., widow, bds. 78 Franklin 

Eustis Casewell, cabinet-maker, 162 
Broadway, boards 3 Prospect 

Eustis Frank I. (Gilmore & Eustis), Cam- 
bridge Rolling Mill, 126 Portland, 
house Bond, corner Concord avenue 

Eustis Fred J., pianist, boards 78 Franklin 

Eustis Henry L., Professor of Engineer- 
ing and Dean of the Scientific facul- 
ty H. U., house 29 Kirkland 

Eustis Henry S., bookkeeper, boards 29 
Kirkland 

Eustis Julian J., clerk (363 Dorchester 
av., B.), house 29 Kirkland 

Eutebrouk Charles H., gunsmith (27 Dock 
square, B.), house Crescent, second 
ou right from Oxford 



Evans Charles C, milkman, bds. 150 Mt. 
Auburn 

Evans Charles H., planer, house 32 Green 

Evans Elizabeth, widow of John, house 68 
Pleasant 

Evans George S., postal clerk Boston & 
Albany R. R., house 49 Mt. Auburn 

Evans Georye W., student H. IL, rooms 22 
Hollis Hall 

Evans John H., laborer, house 47 Amory 

Evans Louise, widow of Henry, house 76 
Spring 

Evans M. Lizzie Miss, teacher Mason pri- 
mary school, boards 68 Pleasant 

Evans Richard, gardener, h. 24 Hudson pi. 

Evans Robert D.. president American 
Rubber Co., Potter, house at Boston 

Evans Thomas, laborer, h. 57 Harvard 

Evans William, carriage trimmer, house 
150 Mt. Auburn 

Evans William jr., detective^ station 2, 
house 5 Daniels court 

Evans William H., tailor, 3 Harvard row, 
boards 148 Mt. Auburn 

Evans William L., bookkeeper (95 Union, 
B.), house 67£ Western avenue 

Eveleth Dana A. Miss, teacher Shepard 
grammar school, bds. 281 North av. 

Eveleth William H., superintendent H. U. 
grounds, house 6 North avenue 

Everett Charles Clement, clerk Riverside 
Press, house 39} Holyoke 

Everett Charles C, Bussey Professor of 
Theology H. U-, and Dean of the Di- 
vinity faculty, house 53 Garden 

Everett Edward F., insurance (1 Liberty 
square, B.), house 31 Sacramento 

Everett Emily, widow of Stevens, house 23 
Berkeley 

Everett Josiah S., teamster, h. 41 Seventh 

Everett William, student H. U., rooms 15 
Sumner 

Everett William A., house 23 Berkeley 

Ewell Charles, house 39 Linnaean 

Ewell Charles C, foreman at A. Tube 
Works, Somerville, h. r. 17 Baldwin 

Ewell Charl6tte A. Miss, teacher Wyman 
primary school, boards 39 Linnaean 

Ewell James P., key maker, 139 Broad- 
way, house 56 Franklin 

Ewell Thomas B.. salesman (27 Winter, 
B.), house 39 Linnaean 

Ewer Clara G., widow, boards 56 Austin 

Ewer Henrietta Mrs., house 35 Cottage 

Ewings Calvin, provisions and confection- 
ery, 212 North avenue, house 2124 do. 

Eyre Charles E., glove cleaner, rear 111 
Putnam avenue, house do. 

Eyre Harriet M. Mrs., dressmaker, house 
rear 111 Putnam avenue 

FABYAN FRANCES MISS, teacher Har- 
vard grammer school, bds. 92j Inman 

Fabyan Joshua E., livery stable, 518 and 
520 Cambridge, house 924/ Inman 

Facey John F., printer Riverside Press, 
boards 46 Fairmont 



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Facey John P., printer Riverside Press, 
house 46 Fairmont 

Fagan James, laborer, house 186 Green 

Fahey Edward, hostler, 677 Main, boards 
68 School 

Fahey Thomas, laborer, boards 382 Cam- 
bridge 

Fahy John L., grocer, 120 Third, h. do. 

Fairbairn Catherine, widow of John, house 
15 Seventh 

Fairbairn George H., coach- driver, 249 
Cambridge, boards 15 Seventh 

Fairbairn John R., auctioneer, real estate 
agent and insurance, 166 Cambridge, 
bouse do. 

Fairbank Alfred T., clerk (440 Washing- 
ton, B.), boards 14 Plympton 

Fairbank Anna C, widow of Elbridge, h. 
14 Plympton 

Fairbank George E., house 14 Plympton 

Fairbanks Edwin, house 42 Chestnut 

Fairbanks Eugene L., tinsmith, house 348 
North avenue 

Fairbanks Frank H., clerk (B.), boards 87 
Norfolk 

Fairbanks John A., Fairbanks' Flexible 
Bit Mnfg. Co. (69 Haverhill, B.), bds. 
87 Norfolk 

Fairbanks John W., treas., American Net 
and Twine Co., Third, and (43 Com- 
mercial, B.), house 110 North avenue 

Fairbanks Levi (M. Fairbanks & Co.), 
mineral waters, etc. (Howard, B.j, 
house 87 Norfolk 

Fairbanks Lewis, gardener, 19 Bowdoin, 
house do. 

Fairbanks Sarah, widow of Nathaniel, 
boards 110 North avenue 

Fairchild John H. Mrs., teacher of draw- 
ing and painting, h. 56 Mt. Auburn 

Fairfield Edward T., carpenter, house 71 
Columbia 

Falaster Annie, widow of Joseph, house 
308 North avenue 

Falaster Josephine, dressmaker, 308 North 
avenue, boards do. 

Falconer William, head gardener H. U. 
botanic garden, Raymond, house do. 

Fales Damon W., salesman (4 Bowdoin 
square, B.), house 135 Pearl 

Fales Helan H., traveling agent (69 Clin- 
ton, B. ), rooms 31 Norfolk 

Fall Frederick A., carpenter, boards 16 
Rockwell [112 Spring 

Faller Benedict, furniture polisher, house 

Fallon Bernard, city laborer, house 99 
Brookline 

Fallon Bridget, widow, h. 222 Franklin 

Fallon Catherine Mrs., house 48 Fairmont 

Fallon Christopher, stone-cutter, Gore 
wharf, Third, house 234 Franklin 

Fallon Daniel, laborer, bds. 222 Franklin 

Fallon James H., sewing-machine agent, 
647 Main, house rear 221 Franklin 

Fallon John, painter, house 18 Magee 

Fallon John F., cooper J. H. Eames, bds. 
99 Brookline 



Fallon Martin, painter, house 30 Banks 
Fallon Michael, farmer, house Holworthy, 

near Corlett school 
Fallon Thomas, laborer, house 6£ Grant 
Falls Alonzo B., engineer B. L. & C. R. R., 

house 95 Otis 
Fait Joseph, carpenter, house Waverly, 

east of Fort Washington 
Falvey James J., tinsmith, 434 Harvard, 

house at Boston 
Falvey Michael, teamster A. McDonald, 

Mt. Auburn, house McDonald 
Falvy Bridget Miss, h. 35 Cowperthwaite 
Fanjoy Hadley J., machinist, 17 Main, 

boards at Boston 
Farley Geo. O., teamster, h. 2 Hotel Clark 
Farley Gustavus, storage (38 India whf., 

B.), house 16 Lowell 
Farlow Wm. G., Prof, of Cryptogamic 

Botany H. U.,rooms 30Holyoke House 
Farmer Jesse, coppersmith (36 Chardon, 

B.), house 14 Prospect 
Farmer Joseph B., steam-fitter, house 

rear 159 Harvard , 
Farmer Mason, well setter,h. r. 86 Harvard 
Farnham Aaron, commission merchant, 

boards 34 Ash [do. 

Farnham Edwin, physician, 4 Story, house 
Farnham James B., driver U. R. Co., 

boards 6 Harvard square 
Farnsworth Chas. H.,surgeon and homeo- 
pathic physician, 170 Cambridge, h. do. 
Farnsworth Walter, upholsterer, house 

23 Brewery [h. 44 Winsor 
Farnum Sylvester B., machinist, 72 Main, 
Farnum Gera F., express, 638 Main, and 

(State, cor. Washington, B.), house 21 
William [Sixth 

Farr Wm., spring bed mnfr., Gore, h. 59 
Farracy John, laborer, house 119 Gore 
Farracy Patrick, house rear 9 Short 
Farrar' Elizabeth Mrs., h. 101 Trowbridge 
Farrar Everett, machinist, h. 1 Gore place 
Farrar Henry A., house 32 Prospect 
Farrar James, blacksmith, 270 North av., 

boards 20 Coggswell avenue 
Farrar Martin, carpenter, boards 20 Coggs- 
well avenue 
Farrar Nettie A., asst. at Observatory, 

house at Charlestown 
Farrar N. Frank, clerk, 17 Brattle, boards 

24 Far well place 

Farrar Warren, boards 1 Gore place 

Farrell Ellen, widow of Thos., house 8 
Rogers block. Main 

Farrell John, carpenter, house Cushing, 
opp. Vineyard 

Farrell John, leather roller (73 Purchase, 
B.), house 88 Spring 

Farrell John, blacksmith B. L. & C. R. R. 
shop, house at Somerville 

Farrell John H., inspector of milk and 
vinegar, Central square bldg., West- 
ern avenue, house 73 Inman 

Farrell Martin, teamster, 28 Cambridge, 
house at Somerville 

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Farrell Matthew, laborer, h. 28 Carson 
Farrell Micah J., salesman, h. 89 Auburn 
Farrell Murtagh, carpenter, house Locust, 

near Holworthy 
Farrin John \V., carriage painter, rear 10 

Brattle, boards 88 Mt. Auburn 
Farrington Charles R.. clerk (Jackson, 

Mandell & Co., B.), boards 9 Gardner 
Farrington Dudley., at F. M. Holmes Fur- 
niture Co., boards at Charlestown 
Farrington Elmira C., widow of Josiah C. 

R., house S94 Main 
Farrington John A., driver, 31 Elm, bds. 

2 Lamson place 
Farrington Thomas F., bookbinder (47 

Franklin, B.), house 100 Hampshire 
Farry Catherine, widow of Patrick, house 

rear 29 Winthrop 

FARWELL BERTRAM H., flo- 
rist, 273 North avenue, house do. 
Farwell Chas. H., restaurant and board- 
ing house, 5 Prospect, house 6 do. 
Farwell Edgar P.. teamster (34 Hawley, 

B.), house 16 Warland 
Farwell George, collector (Beverly, B.j, 

house 62 Pleasant 
Farwell Henry G., dentist, 569 Main, 

house 82 Green 
Farwell James K., superintendent Cam- 
bridge cemetery, house 273 Xorth av. 
Farwell Joseph R., commission merchant, 

house 114 Prospect 
Farwell Stephen T. Mrs.,h. 101 Trowbridge 
Fatal John J., clerk U. S. sub Treasury 

(Devonshire, B.), house 7 Lincoln 
Faulkner C. A., grocer, 321 Xorth av., 

house at Somerville 
Faulkner Geo., oar maker, foot of DeWolf, 

house 19 do. [East 

Fawcet Robert, teamster, 111 Bridge, h. 3 
Fawcett Chas. H., boards 21 Avon 
Fawcett John N., trunk maker, rear 382 

Main, boards 12 Clark 
Faxon Asaph T., butcher, h. 1 Lincoln ct. 
Faxon Daniel, horse-shoer, 18 Cambridge, 

house 112 Fourth 
Faxon Walter, assistant in Zoological 

Laboratory, Museum of Camparative 

Zoology H. U.,r'ms 32 Felton building 
Fay Bartholomew, laborer, house rear 120 

Third 
Fay Edward, trader, house 70 School 
Fay Edward P., car trimmer (B. & A. R. 

R. Allston), house 18 Laurel 
Fay Edward P., expressman, boards 451 

Cambridge 
Fay Frank B., student H. U., rooms 15 

Stoughton Hall 
Fay Isaac Mrs., house 59 Antrim 
Fay James, bolt maker, h. r. 137 Portland 
Fay James, cooper, house 26 Brewery 
Fay J. P., student H. U., b. 37 Trowbridge 
Fay Maria D. Miss, house 10 Garden 
Fay Mary E., wid. of Wm., h. 120 Pearl 
Fay Prescott, clergyman, house 8 Mason 
Fay Thomas, cutter (129 Washington, B.), 

house 18 Laurel 



Fayen JohnL., gardener, h. 11 Holly av. 
Fee Thomas, coachman, 4 Kirkland place, 

house 47 Baldwin 
Fee Thomas, laborer, house 7 Water 
Feeley Martin A., painter, 642 Main, h. 

2 Sands 
Feeley Patrick, shoemaker, 91 Main 
Feeley Philip, house 49 Banks 
Feenan James, painter, house 83 Gore 
Feenan John S., proof-reader "Traveller" 

(31 State, B.), house 8 Marvin place 
Feeney Hugh, blacksmith (Quincy), house 

Holworthy, corner Locust 
Feeney Michael, at Rubber Works, boards 

133 Third 
Felix Estacio R., hair-dresser, 421 Cam- 
bridge, house do. [53 Vine 
Felker John O., foreman, 54 Bridge, house 
Felkin William C, sign painter (114 Wa- 
ter, B.), house 11 River 
Fell Thos., cooper, h. Squire's blk., Gore 
Fellows Charles H., jeweler (55 Temple 

place, B.), boards 106 Ellery 
Fellows Charles M. Mrs., house 2S Mellen 
Fellows Cyrus, house 97 Concord avenue 
Fellows Frank ft, gents' furnishing goods, 

etc., 456 Harvard, house 28 Mellen 
Fellows Frank I., bookkeeper, boards 106 

Ellery 
Fellows Frank O., boards 60 Market 
Fellows Henry T., boots and shoes (48 and 
50 Pearl, B.), h. Elm, cor. Davenport 

FELLOWS JOHX H., brush mnfr. 
(96 High, B.), house 72 Fourth 
Fellows Joseph, assistant foreman, 368 

Main, house 4 Eaton 
Fellows Lydia M., widow of John H., h. 

106 Ellery [60 Market 

Fellows Oshea P., cracker dealer, house 
Fellows William, expressman, 600 Main, 

boards 46 Sidney 
Fellows William G., student H. U., rooms 

34 Beck Hall [block, 87 Main 

Felt Charles, helper, 17 Main, b. 4 Foster's 
Felt Charles W., salesman (60 Commerce, 

B.j, house 110 Washington 
Felt C. Leslie, traveling salesman, boards 

110 Washington 
Felt Geo. W., horse-shoer, 18 Cambridge, 

house at Somerville 
Felt I. G., wheelwright, 18 Cambridge, h. 

at Somerville 
Felt John B., packer, 624 Main, house 5 

Ashburton place 
Fenn William Lyman Mrs., h. 12 Pine 
Fennelly James, porter (281 Franklin, B.), 

house 508 Cambridge 
Fennelly Patrick, laborer,b. 4 Pioneer av. 
Fenner Mary E., widow of Edwin E., h. 

79 Pleasant [79 Pleasant 

Fenner Frederick O., laborer H. U., bds. 
Fenner Frank T., laborer, b. 79 Pleasant 
Fennessey Michael, cooper, house 167 

Thorndike [Main 

Fenton Frank, waiter Prospect House,596 
Fenton Mehitable, widow of Orin, house 

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Fenton Nathaniel (Fenton & Miles), spring 
beds, 137 Gore, house do. 

Fenton & Miles (Nathaniel Fenton and 
Albert F. Miles), mattress and spring 
bed mnfrs., 137 Gore 

Ferdinand Jasper F., variety store (19 
Portland, B. ), house 80 Green 

Ferdinand Lorrin W., hardware (267 Fed- 
eral, B. ), boards 20£ Bigelow 

Ferguson Bennett S. (J. G. & B. S. Fer- 
guson), baker, 79 and 184 Cambridge, 
boards 79 do. 

Ferguson Ellen F., widow of William, h. 
122 Brookline 

Ferguson James, boiler-maker, 356 Main, 
boards 42 Pearl 

Ferguson James G. (J. G. & B. S. Fergu- 
son), baker, 79 and 184 Cambridge, b. 
79 do. [block, 87 Main 

Ferguson John, carpenter, h. 4 Foster's 

FERGUSON J. G. & B. S. (James 
G. and Bennett S. Ferguson), bakers, 
79 and 184 Cambridge, and 177 Bridge, 
and (Medford, Somerville) 
Ferguson Sarah, widow of Wm., house 

6 Walden 
Ferguson Thomas T., storekeeper (Cus- 
tom House, B.), house 6 Walden 
Ferguson William W., cabinet-maker, F. 

M. Holmes F. Co., house at Chelsea 
Fern Otis L., liquors (95 Union, B.), house 

56 Western avenue 
Female! Frederick A., student H. U., rms. 
6 Hollis Hall [Medford 

Fernald George L., at 139 Broadway, h. at 
Ferreira Frank J., hairdresser, 101 Cam- 
bridge, boards 7 Eighth 
Ferris Edward, clerk (B.), bds. 42 Spring 
Ferris Frank M., pressman University 

Press, rooms 4 Holyoke 
Ferris Lawrence, clerk (B.), h. 42 Spring 
Ferris Lynde R., student H. U., rooms 51 

Thayer Hall 
Ferris Thomas, peddler, h. 32 Harding 
Ferry James, student, boards 127 Elm 
Ferry John, bookbinder (111 Milk, B.), b. 

127 Elm 
Ferry Patrick, laborer, house 127 Elm 
Fessenden Albert F.. clerk (114 State, 

Boston), boards 152 Mount Auburn 
Fessenden Benjamin, house 17 Walden 
Fessenden Charles L., dry goods (156 Han- 
over, Boston), house 27 Prospect 
Fessenden Edward M., bds. 27 Prospect 
Fessenden Emily F. Miss, teacher Shepard 

grammar school, boards 17 Walden 
Fessenden Lucy O., teacher Reed Kinder- 
garten school, boards 17 Walden 
Fessenden Stephen D., boards 51 Dana 
Fessenden Thos. A. D. Mrs., b. 51 Dana 
Fewkes J. Walter, in charge of Radiates 
Museum of Comparative Zoology, 
rooms Divinity Hall 
Fichaux Louis, wood carver, h. 72 Gore 
Fickett Henry, calker (E. Bi), h. 49 Pine 
Field Charles M., student H. U., rooms 18 
Thayer Hall 



Field Chauncy H., machinist, 72 Main, 
house 291 Pearl [State 

Field Franklin, machinist, 72 Main, b. 25 
Field George G. (28 State, room 15, Bos- 
ton), house 9 Chauncy 
Field John, brass finisher, 368 Main, 

boards 42 Austin 
Field Rhoderic D., driver Cambridge 

Laundry, house 17 Hamilton 
Field Walter W., machinist, 72 Main, 

boards 25 State 
Field Zarina, widow of Franklin, nurse, 

house 25 State 
Field, see Fields 

Fielding Dennis J., glass maker, h. 83 Vine- 
Fields Charles R., driver, 502 Main, house 

21 Sidney 
Fields Israel, house 8 Berkshire place 
Fife James H., hack driver, Church, 

boards 34 Brattle 
Fifield George E., gilder, house 114 Pearl 
Fifield James H., salesman (Boston), 

house 114 Pearl 
Fifield John F., conductor U. R. Co., 

house 114 Pearl 
Fifield Sarah M., widow of George W., 

house 114 Pearl 
Fillebrown Amos, boards 131 Cambridge 
Fillebrown Caroline Miss, boards 131 Cam- 
bridge [h. 10 Upton 
Fillebrown Elizabeth, widow of James, 
Fillebrown Henry A., conductor U. R. 

Co., boards 16 Dunster 

Fillebrown Mary, widow of Charles, house 

69 Inman ' [Cambridge 

Fillebrown Samuel, painter, house 453 

Fillebrown William, boots and shoes (67 

Green, Boston), house 111 Inman 
Fillmore Millard, carpenter, h. 22 Tremont 
Fillmore Christine, widow, h. 26 Tremont 
Fillmore Wellington, carpenter, 12 Aus- 
tin, house 167 Prospect 
Finan James, core-maker H. M. Bird, Pel- 
ham, house 60 Broadway 
Finerty John, house 123 Fourth 
Finley Michael J., glass-blower, house 26 

Winter 
Finleyson Kenneth, gardener Botanic 
Garden, boards Botauic Garden, Ray- 
mond 
Finn Daniel, laborer, house 25 Cambridge 
Finn Henry W., cabinet-maker, Rhoades 

building, State, house 6 Erie 
Finn James, marble-worker, 53 Main, 

house at Boston 
Finn John, laborer, house 15 Hayes court 
Finn John A., blacksmith, 17 Main, house 

at East Boston 
Finnan Martin, mason, h. 14 Conlon ct. 
Finnegan Michael, laborer, house Locust, 

near Cushing 
Finnegan, see Finnigan 
Finneran Andrew, laborer, h. 60 Waverly 
Finneran Martin, laborer John Reardon 

& Sons, house 23 Allston 
Finneran Michael, hostler John Reardon 
& Sons, house 52 Waverly 



J. G. & N. G. GOOCH 

• Wharf, Western Avenue, 



.», J iS LUMBER AND MOULDINGS, 

Brighton. Order Box, 8 Brattle Street, Old Cambridge. 



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Finneran Patrick, teamster John Reardon 

6 Sons, house 275 Putnam avenue 
Finnerty Thomas, coachman, 400 Broad- 
way, house 6 Antrim 

Finney Albert T., boots and shoes, 643 

Main, house 61 Auburn 
Finney Catharine, widow of Thomas, 

house 391 Main 
Finney Edward J., brass-finisher (292 

Washington, Boston), house 391 Main 
Finney Frederick, cierk, 643 Main, boards 

61 Auburn 
Finney Mary, wid. of James, h. 391 Main 
Finnick Joseph, city-lamplighter, house 2 

Garden court 
Finnick Richard, horse-dealer, h. 16 Lopez 
Finnigan Daniel J. P., carver (Boston), 

boards 231 Franklin 
Finnigan Hannah, widow, h. 231 Franklin 
Finnigan Hugh, blacksmith, h. 192 Norfolk 
Finnigan Jeremiah, blacksmith, 454 Main, 

boards 192 Norfolk 
Finnigan John, house r. 427 Cambridge 
Finnigan Mary E., widow of John F., 

house 245 Cambridge 
Finnigan, see Finnegan 
Finucen John, cabinet-maker, house 5 

Mullin's court 

FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF 
CAMBRIDGE, Benjamin Tilton, 
president, Main, corner Prospect 

Fischer Ferdinand, currier, Tannery, 
house 380 North avenue 

Fischer LaAvreuce, currier, house Tan- 
nery, 2d on right 

Fischer William F., bookkeeper F. Fis- 
cher, Tannery, boards 380 North av. 

Fish Alberts., molder, H. M. Bird, Per- 
ham 

Fish B, Edson, commercial traveler (85 
Oliver, Boston), house 5 Shepard 

Fish Florestan, clerk Cambridge P. O., 

7 Harvard row 

Fish Frederick P., lawyer (40 Water, B.), 
boards 24 North avenue 

Fish Isaac H., confectioner (413 Washing- 
ton, B.), house 64 River 

Fish Moses W., com. mer. (N. Y.), house 
44 Cottage 

Fishback George W., student H. U., rms. 
28 Thayer Hall 

Fisher Aaron E., boards 20£ Western av. 

Fisher Chas., foreman Cambridge Chroni- 
cle, 573 Main, bds. (226 Tremont, B.) 

Fisher Charles F., fish, 8 Inman square, 
house 6 King place 

Fisher Charles R., laborer, h. 22 Hayes ct. 

Fisher C. Warren, foreman decorating de- 
partment N. E. Glass Works, and 
teacher of glass decorating, h. 97 Otis 

Fisher Frederick E., milkman, 66 Pleas- 
ant, boards 82 Magazine 

Fisher George, director Cambridge Con- 
servatory of Music, 4 Lee, h. 721 Main 

Fisher Harry J. , boards 6 Brewer 

Fisher Henry, molder H. M. Bird,Pelham, 
house 224 Broadway 



Fisher John J. F, boards 6 Brewer 
Fisher Lewis E., house 3 Hancock place 
Fisher Mary J. , widow of John, house 6 

Brewer 
Fisher Nehemiah W. Mrs., chart cutter, 

house 13 Antrim 
Fisher Robert, at B. L. & C. R. R., boards 

20 Leighton's court 
Fisher Sarah C, teacher at Conservatory, 

4 Lee, boards 721 Main [Prescott 

Fisher Sydney G.,law student, rooms 20 
Fisher Thomas J., boards 6 Brewer 
Fisk James C, treasurer (87 Milk, B.), 

house 32 Quincy 
Fisk Jas. L., student H. U., b. 32 Quincy 
Fisk Prescott, house 67 Plymouth 
Fiske Charles A. Mrs., house 9 Clinton 
Fiske Eben W., sheriff, office Court House, 

E. C, house at Waltham 
Fiske George H., student H. U., rooms 5 

Thayer Hall 
Fiske John, author, house 22 Berkeley 
Fiske John M., special deputy collector 

(Custom House, B.), h. 139 Oxford 
Fiske Wm. B., student H. U., b. 9 Clinton 
Fitch Abel, teamster and farmer, house 

331 North avenue 
Fitch Alamanzo B., provisions (9 Change 

avenue, B.), house 59 Pleasant 
Fitch Amasa, cooperage stock, h. 76 Sixth 
Fitch Edwin, marble-polisher, house 5 

Berkshire 
Fitch Myra Miss, dressmaker, Porter's 

Hotel, boards do. 
Fitcham Edwin A., house 23 Walden 
Fitman Thomas, boards 163 Dublin 
Fitton James H., clerk (F. R. R. depot, B.)> 

house rear 124 Otis 
Fitz Daniel F., counselor (41 Tremont, B.), 

house 69 Oxford 
Fitz Frank E., student H. U., rooms 49 

Matthews Hall 
Fitz Franklin, shipping and com. mer. (51 

Commercial, B.), house 152 Austin 
Fitz Philip, ship-broker and com. mer. (51 

Commercial, B.), house 28 Hamilton 
Fitzgerald Cornelius, carpenter, house 

rear 53 Charles 
Fitzgerald Edward, harness-maker (Tre- 
mont, B.), house 54 Putnam avenue 
Fitzgerald Edward, laborer, h. 9 Carson 
Fitzgerald George W., house painter, h. 

74 Sixth 
Fitzgerald Honora, widow of Maurice, 

house rear 42 Washington 
Fitzgerald Honora, widow of John, house 

84 Third 
Fitzgerald James, laborer, h. 3 Nichols pi. 
Fitzgerald James, laborer, h. 113 Third 
Fitzgerald James, laborer, h. 37 Jefferson 
Fitzgerald James, painter, house 74 Sixth 
Fitzgerald James H., harness-maker (Tre- 
mont, B.), boards 54 Putnam avenue 
Fitzgerald James H., pressman University 

Press, house 5 Beaver 
Fitzgerald John E., blacksmith, Church, 

opposite Palmer, house 189 Spruce 



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Fitzgerald John D., oil-finisher, 624 Main, 

boards 3 Rollins' court 
Fitzgerald John E.. iron-molder, 368 Main, 

house 46 Washington 
Fitzgerald John M., teamster, h. Eighth, 

corner Spring. 
Fitzgerald John W., laborer, b. 140 Dublin 
Fitzgerald Mary, widow of Michael, house 

35 Harvey [h. do. 

Fitzgerald Mary A., dressmaker, 123 Elm, 
Fitzgerald Maurice, machinist (B.), house 

247 Franklin 
Fitzgerald Michael, blacksmith TJ. R. Co., 

Dunster, house 8 Emmons place 
Fitzgerald Michael, carpenter, h. 19 Vine 
Fitzgerald Michael, cooper Niles Bros., 

house at Somerville 
Fitzgerald Patrick, furniture finisher, bds. 

3 Rollins' court 
Fitzgerald Patrick, fisherman, h. 91 Third 
Fitzgerald Patrick, gardener Wm. Read 

jr., house 7 Donnell 
Fitzgerald Patrick, upholsterer (169 Wash- 
ington, B.), boards 91 Third 
Fitzgerald Patrick, plumber, h. 41 Banks 
Fitzgerald Patrick J., switchman F R. R., 

n. Bay State Brick Co., h. 164 Dublin 
Fitzgerald Richard A., teas, h. 21 Lopez 
Fitzgerald William, clerk (39 West, B.), 

boards 91 Third 
Fitzgibbons John, helper B. & M. R. R. 

shop, house rear 16 Winter 
Fitzmaurice John, teamster, 166 River, 

house 254 Franklin 
Fitzmaurice Michael, coachman, 81 Maga- 
zine, house 48 Andrews 
Fitzmaurice Thomas, junk, h. 98 Third 

FITZPATRICK ALFRED, plan- 
ing, sawing and molding mill.Rhoades 

building, State, house 120 Pearl 
Fitzpatrick Frank, agent, house 109 Otis 
Fitzpatrick Frank, varnisher, 162 Broad- 
way, house at Boston 
Fitzpatrick George, brush maker, 12 

Gore, rooms 11 Second 
Fitzpatrick James, laborer, house rear 411 

Cambridge 
Fitzpatrick James, mason, h. 107 Gore 
Fitzpatrick James, provisions, 2 Gore, b. 

80 Otis [yoke 

Fitzpatrick John, printer, boards 33 Hol- 
Fitzpatrick Michael, teamster John Rear- 
don & Sons, house 19 Erie 
Fitzpatrick Michael, laborer, house Hol- 

worthy, near Locust 
Fitzpatrick Patrick, laborer, house Hol- 

worthy, near Locust 
Fitzpatrick Patrick W., brush maker, bds. 

Mansion House, Gore, corner Bridge 
Fitzpatrick R.. varnisher, 162 Broadway, 

house at Boston 
Fitzpatrick Thomas C, varnisher F. M. 

Holmes Furniture Co., h. at Maiden 
Fitzpatrick Timothy, laborer, house 192 

Norfolk 
Fitzpatrick William J., plumber, 599£ 

Main, boards at Boston 



Fitzsimmons John, laborer, h. 208 Franklin 
Fitzsimmons John, glass packer, house 

115 Elm [Essex 

Fiumara Dominick, hairdresser, boards 19 
Fix Augustus W., wood carver, house 12 

Winter [Concord av. 

Flagg Bernard W., student H. U., bds. 10 
Flagg James H., grocer (Watertown), h. 

Cushing, near Belmont 
Flagg John P., commission merchant (49 

Federal, B.), house 18 Fayette 
Flagg John P. jr. (56 Franklin. B.), boards 

18 Fayette [Gray's Hall 

Flagg Joshua G., student H. U., rooms 16 
Flagg Wilson, author, h. 10 Concord av. 
Flagg, see Flaig 

Flaglor Catherine, widow, h. 188 Harvard 
Flaherty Dennis, cabinet maker, 54 Bridge, 

house 69 Third [55 Spring 

Flaherty Hannah, widow of James, house 
Flaherty James, boards 55 Spring 
Flaherty James B., boards 2 Percy place 
Flaherty John, stone-cutter, h. 93 Fifth 
Flaherty Martin, draw-tender, h. 7 Otter 
Flaherty Michael, painter, h. 4 Shepherd's 

block, Charles River [Spring 

Flaherty Patrick, blacksmith, boards 55 
Flaherty Thomas, baker, 502 Main, house 

31 Green [Percy pi. 

Flaherty Thomas B., varnisher, boards 2 
Flaig Simon, jeweler, 112 Cambridge, 

house 54 Spring 
Flaig, see Flagg [11 Tuttle 

Flanagan Ann, widow of Thomas, house 
Flanagan Ann Mrs., boards Miss Mary 

Flanagan's, Woodlawn 
Flanagan Edward T., bookkeeper Globe 

National Bank (40 State, B.), house 

Mt. Pleasant, last, on left 
Flanagan James W., laborer, h. 19 Dublin 
Flanagan James W., teamster, 74 Brighton 
Flanagan John, gardener, 15 Oxford, h. 

2 Nichols place [104 Kinnaird 

Flanagan John, hostler, 120 Green, house 
Flanagan John, bookbinder Riverside 

Press, house 257 Franklin 
Flanagan Margaret Mrs., h. 19 Dublin 
Flanagan Martin, laborer, house 12 Short 
Flanagan Mary, widow, h. 200 Franklin 
Flanagan Mary Miss, house Woodlawn, 

near Cushing 
Flanagan Mary A. Mrs., h. 1 Conlon court 
Flanagan Michael, laborer, 162 Broadway, 

house 50 Portland 
Flanagan Patrick, boiler maker, 92 Main, 

house 1 Foster's block, 87 Main 
Flanagan Thomas, helper, 92 Main 
Flanagan Thomas, laborer, h. 50 Portland 
Flanders Addie E. Miss, teacher (Arling- 
ton), boards 25 Rice 
Flanders Albert F., clerk, 211 North ave- 
nue, boards 4 Mead 
Flanders Asa W., conductor U. R. Co., 

boards 25 Rice [Mead 

Flanders Edmund G., carpenter, house 4 
Flanders Fred E. (L. Rouillard & Co.), 

grocer, 63 River, rooms 51 Pleasant 



BURDITT & WILLIAMS, 
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Flanders Moses G., driver U. R. Co., house 

25 Rice 
Flanders William H., salesman (27 Winter, 

B.), boards 27 Austin 
Flannery Bridget, widow, h. rear 47 Vine 
Flavin James, m older H. M. Bird, Pelham, 

boards 28 Pelham 
Fleck Matthias, baker, house 5 Shepherd's 

block, Charles River 
Fleet Benjamin R., key finisher, house 24 

School street court 
Fleet William, organ-key finisher, house 

225 Broadway 
Fleming Augustus (Custom House, B.), 

boards 648 Cambridge [sor 

Fleming Frank L., teamster, bds. 120 Win- 
Fleming Henry, foreman of reed makers, 

162 Broadway, house at Newton 
Fleming James J., molder, h. 130 Harvard 
Fleming John, boilermaker, 72 Main 
Fleming John, butcher Niles Bros., house 

17 Tuttle 
Fleming Moses, teamster, h. 120 Winsor 
Fleming Patrick, porter Prospect House, 

598 Main, boards do. 
Fleming, see Flemming 
Flemming George N., pressman University 

Press, house 27 Hancock 
Flemming John, wheelwright, 232 North 

avenue, house 32 Coggswell avenue 
Flemming John, boilermaker, boards 28 

Pelham 
Flemming John, laborer, bds. 23 Brighton 
Flemming Mary J., widow of Robert F., 

house 519 Main 
Flemming Thomas, carpenter, h. 55 North 
Flemming, see Fleming 
Fletcher Eliza, widow of John D., house 

57 Columbia 
Fletcher Grace W. Miss, teacher Thorn- 
dike grammar school, house 35 Essex 
Fletcher James T., blacksmith, house 147 

Main 
Fletcher John B. S., clerk (33 Summer, 

B.), boards 27 Trowbridge 
Fletcher Mary C. Miss, h. 38 North av. 
Fletcher Reuel H., master Thorndike 

grammar school, house 144 Cambridge 
Fletcher Walter W., carpenter, h. Garden 

street place 
Fletcher William K., homeopathic physi- 
cian, 233 North avenue, house do. 
Fletis Joseph, sand paperer, 54 Bridge, h. 

19 Water 
Flett David, salesman (477 Washington, 

B.), house 5 Riverside place 
Flewelling John R., carpenter, boards 1 

Austin place 
Flinn Arthur M., clerk (24 Summer, B.) 

house Chestnut, corner Acorn 
Flint Clarissa, widow of Edmund, house 

rear 101 Cambridge 
Flint Francis, teas (32 Broad, B. ), house 

8 Chauncy [Treniont 

Flood Ann, widow of Edward, house 89 
Flood Francis H., peddler, h. 89 Tremont 
Flood Margaret Miss, house 51 Gore 



Flood Patrick, laborer, 153 Putnam av., 

house 148 Pleasant 

Flowers Wm. C, physician, 20 Lee, h. do. 

Flowers William H. jr., clerk adjutant 

general's office (State House, B.), h. 

arsenal grounds, Garden, c. Chauncy 

Floyd Elizabeth, widow of Baruch C, h. 

49 Market 
Fly Stephen, carpenter, rear 577 Main 
Flynn Bartholomew, coachman, 299 Har- 
vard, house 35 West. 
Flynn Bernard, laborer, house 35 Donnell 
Flynn Edward, baker, house 36 Warren 
Flynn Francis, cooper, boards 56 Second 
Flynn Henry, brass-molder, house 161 
Broadway [Short 

Flynn Henry M., clerk (13 Eliot, B.), h. 4 
Flynn James, shoemaker, h. 167 Franklin 
Flynn John, confectioner, 503 Main, bds. 

30 Sidney 
Flynn John, cooper, house 194 Bridge 
Flynn John, hostler U. R. Co.,Mt. Au- 
burn, boards Thomas Moran's, Hol- 
worthy place 
Flynn John, ceamster, 221 Bridge, boards 

3 Lechmere building 
Flynn John F., machinist, house 148 Elm 
Flynn Joseph T., laborer, 368 Main, bds. 
167 Franklin [Main 

Flynn Julia, widow of Michael, house 339 
Flynn Michael, helper, 17 Main, house at 

Boston 
Flynn Michael, teamster William Miiller, 

boards 381 North avenue 
Flynn Michael, varnisher, 203 Bridge 
Flynn Patrick, cooper, house 154 Prospect 
Flynn Thomas, bookbinder, boards 35 

Donnell 
Flynn Thomas, laborer, h. 28 Hastings 
Flynn Thomas, painter, house 8 Third 
Flynn Thomas, teamster, h. 381 North av. 
Flynn Thomas, teamster (B.), h. 7 Decatur 
Flynn Thomas, mason, house 150 Elm 
Flynn Timothy, mat-maker, b. 35 Donnell 
Flynn William, laborer, h. 189 Broadway 
Fobes Daniel, house 11 Orchard 
Fobes, see Forbes 
Fogarty James E., cashier (51 Federal, B.), 

house 210 Putnam avenue 
Fogarty Mary A., intelligence office, rear 

65 Mt. Auburn, house do. 
Fogarty Robert, varnisher, 162 Broadway, 

house 210 Putnam avenue 
Fogarty Sarah G., teacher Emerson pri- 
mary school (Boston), boards 210 Put- 
man avenue 
Fogarty, see Fogerty 
Fogelberg Carl, organ-maker, 624 Main, 

house 29 Prince 
Fogerty George F., machinist, house Haw- 
kins block, Charles 
Fogerty George F. , architect, 603 Main, 

boards 3901 Cambridge 
Fogerty Ilsley M., clerk East Cambridge 
P. O., 120 Cambridge, bds. at Maiden 
Fogerty James, architect, 2 Hyde block, 
603 Main, house 390i Cambridge 



M. F. TRACY, No. 74 Brighton Street, Cambridge. 
Mnfr. of Veneered and Pine Doors, Window Frames, Sashes, Desks. Drawer-Cases, Counters, Brackets, &a 



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Fogg Chas. H., draughtsman, b. 51 Third 
Fogg Ebenezer, carpenter Revere Sugar 

Refinery, house 90 Gore 
Fogg Edwin, machinist, 203 Bridge, house 

51 Third 
Fogg Frank B., student H. TL, rooms 18 

Felton building 
Fogg Geo. E., salesman, 203 Bridge, bds. 

51 Third 
Fogg Hiram E., regulator, 162 Broadway, 

house 233 Broadway, room 2 
Fogg Rebecca, widow of Jesse, house 68 

Mount Auburn 
Fogg, see Forg 
Foley Benjamin F., bookbinder Riverside 

Press, boards 32| Banks 
Foley Catherine, wid. of Thos., h. 2 Vine 
Foley Catherine, widow, house 169 Bridge 
Foley Charles, laborer, h. rear 66 Norfolk 
Foley Charles H., bookbinder, boards 32£ 

Banks 
Foley Daniel J., laborer, house 5 Clay 
Foley Dennis, bookbinder Riverside Press, 

house 32| Banks 
Foley Edward W., tinsmith, 157 North av., 

house at Somerville 
Foley Honora, widow, house 31 Dunster 
Foley James, junk, house 42 Jefferson 
Foley John, brushmaker, bds. 77 Fifth 
Foley John, laborer, house 14 Sparks 
Foley John, laborer B. L. & C. R. R„ h. 

127£ Bridge 
Foley John, laborer, 163 Broadway, house 

at Roxbury [Wendell 

Foley John G., printer (31 State, B.), h. 83 
Foley John J., carpenter, h. 150 Spruce 
Foley John W., bookbinder, b. 32| Banks 
Foley Joseph J., carpenter, b. 150 Spruce 
Foley Mary, widow of Bartholomew, h. 

rear 55 Amory 
Foley Michael, laborer, house Foster, near 

Sparks 
Foley Michael P., laborer, h. 1 Willard ct. 
Foley Patrick, gardener, h. r. 42 Foster 
Foley Patrick J., machinist B. L. & C. R. 

R. shop, Bridge, house at Boston 
Foley Peter G., millinery goods, 494 Cam- 
bridge, house do. 
Foley Thomas, brushmaker, h. 77 Fifth 
Foley Thomas jr., brushmaker, b. 77 Fifth 
Foley Thomas H., glass-engraver (149 

Blackstone, B.), boards 2 Vine 
Foley Timothy, laborer, bds. 23 Brighton 
Folger Geo. EL, secretary Boston Board of 

Marine underwriters, 18 Merchants 

Exchange (55 State, B.), h. 139 Austin 
Follansbee Frank F., piano -maker, 

Rhoades bldg., State, b. 97 Auburn 
Follansbee John G., student H. U., rooms 

102 Mt. Auburn 
Follansbee John W., in slipper factory, 

37 Clark [Brookline 

Follen Ann, widow of Patrick, house 128£ 
Follen John, painter, 14 Church, bds. 6£ 

Grant 
Follen Michael, soap-maker (Brighton), h. 

128 Brookline 



Follen Patrick, teamster, house Jackson, 
near Belmont 

Follen Thomas, laborer, house 67 Amory 

Follensbee Benj. A., organ maker, 624 
Main, house 104 Iuman 

Foiling Hannah Miss, house 51 Winsor 

Follins John, machinist, 368 Main, house 
118 Columbia 

Folsom Charles Mrs., house 19 Berkeley 

Folsom Chas. D., clerk (524 Washington, 
B.), house 113 Otis 

Folsom Chas. E., bookkeeper (111 Devon- 
shire. B.), boards 113 Otis 

Folsom Chas. W., civil engineer, house 
19 Berkeley 

Folsom James N., traveling salesman (71 
Summer, B.), house 39 Pleasant 

Folsom Mark J., capt. night police, sta- 
tion 2, house 32 Warland 

Folsom Norton, physician, 404 Harvard, 
boards 19 Berkeley 

Folsom Samuel H., assistant register of 
probate, Court House, house at Win- 
chester 

Folsom Wm. N., traveling salesman (71 
Summer, B.), house 61 Chestnut 

Fonseca George, cigar maker, house 27 
Valentine [Valentine 

Fonseca Moses, cigar maker, house 27 

Fonseca Philip, cigar maker, 576 Main, h. 
27 Valentine 

Fonseca Phineas, cigar manufacturer, 537 
Main, house 1 Rollins court 

Fontaine Joseph, cabinet maker, house 2 
Rogers block 

Foote Geo. L., banker (2 Congress square 
and 7 Congress, B.), h. 352 Harvard 

Foote John, hackman, boards 11 McCabe 

Foote Josephine B. Mrs., h. 8 Sacramento 

Foote Mary B. Miss, private school (23 
West Cedar, B.), b. 8 Sacramento 

Foote Warren E., clerk (40 Water, room 
26, B.), boards 8 Sacramento 

Foran Nicholas, gardener Wm. Read, h. 
17 Wyeth 

Forbes Andrew J., house 55 Third 

Forbes Annie, widow of Patrick, house 
Decatur court 

Forbes Annie E. Mrs., variety store, 113£ 
Pleasant, house 111 do 

Forbes Frank A., painter, 660 Main,house 
111 Pleasant 

Forbes Henry D., bookkeeper (3 Mer- 
chants row, B.), house 315 Broadway 

Forbes Thomas, trader, h. 102 Brookline 

Forbes Wm. W., real estate (31 Exchange, 
B.), house 114 Inman 

Forbes, see Fobes 

Ford Anna P. Miss, clerk treasurer's of- 
fice U. R. Co., boards 76 Green 
FORD AUSTIN, granite, 19 Main, 
house 3 Rogers block, Main 

Ford Calvin, ljouse 76 Green 

Ford Charles H., boots and shoes (35 
High, B.), house 354 Harvard 

Ford Charles R., agent E. R. R. (306 Wash- 
ington, B.), boards 78 Green 



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Ford Daniel, switchman B. L. & C. R. R., 
house 3 Short [Hamilton 

Ford Geo. R., printer, 1 Dunster, bds. 29 
Ford Hugh A., laborer, h. 245 Mt. Auburn 
Ford Isaac, laborer, h. 125 Hampshire 
Ford James C, student H. U., rooms 22 

Beck Hall 
Ford Jeremiah, gate tender B. L. & C. R. 
R., Prison Point bridge, h. 149 Bridge 
Ford Jeremiah D., painter (50 Charles- 
town, B.), house 1 Spring place 
Ford John, laborer, h. 14 Hayes court 
Ford John, laborer, h. 189 Hampshire 
Ford John H. (John Ford & Son), printer, 

1 Dunster, house 36 Erie 
Ford John J., plasterer, house 117 Spring 
Ford John J., laborer, h. 411 Cambridge 
Ford John M., clerk B. & A. R. R. shop 
(Allston), house 88 Pleasant 

FORD JOHN & SON (John H. 
Ford), printers, 1 Dunster, cor. Har- 
vard sq. [29 Hamilton 
Ford Mary A., wid. of Howard J., house 
Ford Michael, laborer B. L. & C. R. R., 
h. 148 Bridge [78 Magazine 
Ford Sarah B. C, widow of John, house 
Ford William, fireman B. L. & C. R. R., 

boards 148 Bridge 
Ford William, hostler, 169 Gore. h. 7 Fifth 
Ford William H., bookkeeper (26 Central, 

B.), house 15 Tremont 
Ford Wm. H., cooper, h. 440 Cambridge 
Foren Patrick, laborer B. L. & C. R. R., 

house Dailey's alley 
Foreside James, cooper, h. 93 Brookline 
Forg Albert, carver F. Geldowsky Furni- 
ture Co., boards at Somerville 
Forg Herman, bookkeeper,, h. 96 Inman 
Forg, see Fogg 

Fork nail Reuben, action maker, 162 Broad- 
way, house at Newton 
Forrest John M., painter, 14 Church, bds. 

8 Banks 
Forrest Lawrence, painter, 32 Flagg,h. do. 
Forrest Robert, painter, 14 Church, house 
8 Banks [8 Banks 

Forrest Robt. E., painter, 14 Church, b. 
Forristall Arthur W., b. 23 Prospect 
Forristall Jas. B., express, b. 23 Prospect 
Forristall Joseph, express (127 Congress, 

B.), house 23 Prospect 
Forsyth Jos., laborer, h. 6 Cowperthwaite 
Forsyth William, teamster, h. 359 Winsor 
Fortier Thomas, blacksmith B. L. & C. R. 

R. shop, house at Somerville 
Fortune James D., carpenter, h. 7 Blanche 
Fortune James R., tinsmith, 605 Main, h. 

94 Winsor 
Fortune Wm., laborer, house 16 Elmer 
Fosdick Caroline W., widow, h. 10 Tufts 
Fosdick Oliver G., conductor U. R. Co., h. 

43 Pleasant 
Fosdick Wm. B., house 44 William 
Foss Benjamin D., carpenter, h. 21 Cherry 
Foss Caroline F., wid. of Chas.,h. 22 Lake 
Foss Charles E., carver F. M. Holmes 
Furniture Co., h. at Charlestown 



Foss Edmund F., carpenter, h. r. 125 Pearl 
Foss Geo. A., compositor University Press, 

house 27 Mellen 
Foss George W. W., mill hand, 386 Main, 

house 15 Cherry 
Foss Joseph, engineer, h. 159 Broadway 
Foss Wm. H., driver chemical engine No. 

1, Central square building, Western 

avenue, house do. 
Foster Alvin, carpenter, b. 59 Auburn 
Foster Calvin H., hay and grain, 26 

Brighton, rooms 139 Mt. Auburn 
Foster Catherine B. Miss, h. 7 Kirkland 
Foster Catherine S., widow of Edward 

R., house 13 Winsor 
Foster Charles, boards 19 Tremont 
Foster Charles A., clerk (67 Union, B.), 

boards 307 North avenue 
Foster Chas. E., printer University Press, 

house 9 Revere 
Foster Charles C, student, b. 140 Brattle 
Foster Chas. H. W., student H. U., rooms 

43 Weld Hall 
Foster Eben B., clerk (87 State, Boston), 

house 340 Broadway 
Foster Eben B. Mrs., h. 340 Broadway 
Foster Edward A., brick manufacturer, 

rear Martin Wiuslow Sands' brick- 
yard. Walden, house at Somerville 
Foster Edwin K, clerk (25 Winter, Bos- 
ton), house 11 Sixth 
Foster Elizabeth, widow, boards 6 Elmer 
Foster Elizabeth J., widow of Charles, 

house 47 Winsor 
Foster Francis C, counselor (8 Congress, 

Boston), house 15 Oxford 
Foster Frank K., printer University Press, 

house 10 Wendell 
Foster Harry, waiter, house 40 Plymouth 
Foster Henry, bookbinder (25 Arch, Bos- 
ton), house 4 Gore place 
Foster Hiram T., bookbinder (25 Arch, 

B.), boards Mrs. M. C. Foster's, Vine 
Foster Hosea J., piano action-maker, 

boards 47 Winsor 
Foster Isabel Miss, copyist H. U. library, 

boards 25 Hudson 
Foster Isabella, widow of Robert, house 

rear 65 Mount Auburn 
Foster Isadore I. Miss, teacher Cushing 

street primary school, b. 25 Hudson 
Foster John, foreman, 502 Main, boards 

168 Hampshire 
Foster John McGaw, student H. U., rooms 

18 Holworthy Hall 
Foster Jos., laborer, h. 37 Cowperthwaite 
Foster J. Albert, express driver, boards 98 

Spring 
Foster Lewis J., sewing-machine agent, 

house 1 Hotel Clark, Clark 
Foster Margaret C, widow of Hiram T., 

house 100 Vine, corner Sixth 
Foster Margaret E. Mrs., house 4 Grant 
Foster Martha F., widow of Charles I., 

house 307 North avenue 
Foster Mary, boarding-house, 29 Holyoke 
Foster Otis, waiter Memorial Hall 



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Foster Robert H., conductor Fitchburg 
R. R., house 14 Leigh ton court 

Foster Robt. S.. carpenter, h. 105 Kinnaird 

Foster Samuel L., student H. XL, rooms 5 
DeWolf 

Foster Theodore D., clerk (32 Bromfield, 
Boston), boards 12 Mellen 

Foster William, carpenter and city lamp- 
lighter, h. 3 Shepherds blk., Charles 
River 

Foster William E., engineer (McLean Asy- 
lum, Somerville), h. 106 Cambridge 

Foster William H., silver plater, h. 6 Pine 

Foundation Thomas, stone-cutter, house 
124 Green [h. 2 Harrison 

Fountain Geo.W.,carriagesmith,376 Main, 

Fountain James W., hair-dresser, 208 
Hampshire, house at Salem 

Fountain, see Fontaine 

Fouquet Peter, upholsterer, house rear 
144 Thorndike 

Fowler Charles C, brick-layer, house 1 
Second street place 

Fowler Charles O., tuner, 162 Broadway, 
house at Medford 

Fowler Frank A., mason, h. 22 Tremont 

Fowler Helen M. Miss, dressmaker, 8 Har- 
vard square, boards 27 Trowbridge 

Fowler Samuel A., harness-maker, 249 
Cambridge, house at Somerville 

Fowler Stacy Rev., associate editor Cam- 
bridge Tribune, house 30 Wendell 

Fowler Stephen D., bookbinder, 7 Brattle, 
house 5 King place 

Fowles Augustus J. L., confectioner, 503 
Main, house 4£ Essex 

Fox Bernard, hostler U. R. Co., Pun- 
ster, boards 23 Brighton 

Fox Charles S., clerk H. T. Weltch, boards 
166 Putnam avenue 

Fox Edward B., clerk, 456 Harvard, boards 
102 Western avenue 

Fox Edward P., printer Riverside Press, 
house 166 Putnam avenue 

Fox George J., reporter (15 Milk, Boston), 
house 3 Orchard 

Fox Jabez, lawyer (30 Court, room 21, 
Boston), house 4 Mount Auburn 

FOX JAMES A., mayor city of Cam- 
bridge, office City hall, h. 808 Main 
Fox John, baker, 502 Main, boards rear 

44 Washington 
Fox John, harness-maker, 105 Bridge, 

boards rear 55 Charles 
Fox John, helper, 17 Main, h. at Boston 
Fox John E., currier, house 28 Harvey 
Fox John L., salesman (250 Devonshire, 

Boston), house 408 Main 
Fox John W., student H. XL, rooms 43 

Thayer Hall 
Fox Joseph, gardener and contractor, 

house 14 Lowell 
Fox J. E., molder H. M. Bird, Pelham 
Fox Michael, glass-maker, b. r. 55 Charles 
Fox Peter, glass canvasser, b. 139 Bridge 
Fox Robert L. B., foreman harness-maker 

(150 Tremont, B.), h. 102 Western av. 



Fox Sarah A., widow of Henry H., house 

4 Mount Auburn 
Fox Sarah W. Miss, teacher High school 

(Somerville), boards 4 Mount Auburn 
Fox Thomas, house rear 55 Charles 
Fox Thomas jr., harness-maker, 105 

Bridge, boards rear 55 Charles 
Foxcroft Francis A. Rev., h. 17 Arlington 
Foxcroft Frank, asst. editor Boston Jour- 
nal (262 Washington, Boston), house 

Foxcroft, corner Avon hill 
Foy Michael, stone-cutter, 29 Main, house 

McDonald 
Foy Richard, tinsmith, h. 189 Hampshire 
Foye Calista E. Mrs., dressmaker, house 

27 Tuttle 
Foye Frank W., carpenter, h. 27 Tuttle 
Foye Nathaniel W., cabinet-maker (477 

Tremont, Boston), house 3 Tenney 
France John W., janitor (228 Washington, 

Boston), house 15 Webster avenue 
Francilow Francis, hairdresser, 128 Cam- 
bridge, boards 49 Fourth 
Francis Abby B. Miss, h. 21 North avenue 
Francis Anton, laborer F. Geldowsky Fur- 
niture Co., house 36 Cambridge 
Francis David, laborer, house 5 Winter 
Francis Eben, clergyman, h. 43 Kirkland 
Francis Ebenezer, house 43 Kirkland 
Francis Ellen M., widow of George C, 

house Oxford, corner Hammond 
Francis George E., coachman, 15 Oxford, 

house 5 Charles River 
Francis George Hills, student H. U., rooms 

13 Holworthy Hall 
Francis James, laborer, bds. 12 Plymouth 
Francis Joseph, laborer, house 24 Vine 
Francis Richard P., student H. U., rooms 

1 Gray's Hall 
Francis William Mrs., house 93 Green 
Francoeur Stanislas, painter, h. 41 Reed 
Frank Charles, ivory carver, h. 33 Harvey 
Frankenstein Isidor, clothing and dry 

goods, 398 Cambridge, house do. 
Franklin Council No. 50, Royal Arcanum, 

603 Main 
Franklin John, blacksmith, h. 58 Spruce 
Franklin John, waiter Memorial Hall, 

house 37 Cowperthwaite 
Frara August, casket-maker, 203 Bridge 
Frary Charles, bookbinder, 105 Maga- 
zine, house 15 Tufts 
Fraser James, coffin-maker, 203 Bridge, 

house at Boston 
Fraser William A. (241 Atlantic avenue, 

B.), house rear 45 Winter 
Frasier Daniel E. (Frasier & Smith), and 

(D. E. Owen & Co.), 555 Main, house 

50 Austin 
Frasier Louisa Mrs., house 408 Main 
Frasier Thomas B., tailor, b. 408 Main 
Frasier & Smith (Daniel E. Frasier and 

Alpheus K. Smith), piano-hammer 

coverers, 555 Main 
Frates Frank, sand-paperer, h. 32 Spring 
Frates Joseph, laborer, house 184 Bridge 
Fratherson C. B., driver U. R. Co. 



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Frawley Michael, laborer, house 43 Banks 
Frazer Henry, gardener, 77 Sparks, b. do. 
Frazier Alex., rope-maker (Brighton), 

house 15 Andrew 
Frazier Alex, jr., printer Riverside Press, 

boards 15 Andrew 
Frazier George, house 121 Thorndike 
Frazier,see Frasier, also Fraser and Frazer 
Freeman Andrew G., clerk, boards 248 

Broadway [Winter 

Freeman Arsene, harness-maker,house 57 
Freeman Augustus M., house Cushing, 

near Belmont line 
Freeman Benjamin, carpenter, house rear 

507 Main 
Freeman Benjamin B., jeweler (11 Hano- 
ver, B.), house 76 Inmait 
Freeman Eunice M., nurse, boards 72 

Washington [3 Suffolk 

Freeman Hannah, widow of Nathan,house 
Freeman Hugh, glass-maker, house 199 

Norfolk 
Freeman Jane, widow of Nathan, nurse, 

house 510 Main 
Freeman Jesse H., clerk (114 F. H. mark- 
et, B.), house 8 Warland 
Freeman John K., clerk (686 Washington, 

B.), boards 231 North avenue 
Freeman Joseph A., harness-maker, bds. 

57 Winter 
Freeman Mary H. Miss, h. 18 Prescott 
Freeman Koxanna, widow of Bartlett B., 

house 22 Watson 
Freeman Samuel, waiter Memorial Hall 
Freeman Sarah Mrs.,h. 341 Cambridge 
Freeman Thomas N., carpenter, house 248 

Broadway 
Freeman Wm., at 139 Broadway, h. Vine 
Freeman Wm. E., iron molder H. M. Bird, 

boards 248 Broadway [ Watson 

Freeman Zoheth B., carpenter, house 20 
Freese John W., teacher Washington 

grammar school, house 15 Shepard 
Freeth Annie, widow of Wm. J., house 

14 Putnam avenue 
French Albert, carpenter, b. 31 Holyoke 
French Albert D., driver TJ. R. Co., bds. 

88 Mt. Auburn 
French Alwin T., machinist, 368 Main, 

house 91 Plymouth 
French Amos T., student H. U., rooms 

14 Little's block 
French Charles A., boarding-house, 15 

Farwell place 
French Charles L., supt. Capen, Sprague 

& Co., Sixth, house at Chelsea 
French Estelle J., teacher Harvard gram- 
mar school, boards 165 Prospect 
French George E., news-dealer, 588 and 

625 Main, house 578£ do. 
French George L. Mrs., house 97 Norfolk 
French George M., medical student, 674 

Main, boards do. 
French Harry C, student H. U., rooms 

13 Holworthy Hall 
French James M., foreman (7 Province 

court, B.), house 165 Prospect 



French Jennie S. Mrs., dressmaker, house 

33 Fourth 
French John A. (11 Chardon, B.), house 

26 Hubbard avenue 
French Lorenzo, tinsmith, h. 12 Conlon ct. 
French Lucy Mrs., dressmaker, 520 Main, 

house do. [h. 13 DeWolf 

French Mary F. Q., widow of Ebenezer, 
French Oren B., carpenter, Palmer, house 

30 Mellen 
French Walter H. M., condensed milk 

agent, boards 165 Prospect 
French William A., stair builder, house 49 

Trowbridge 
Frenette Ferdinand, safe-maker, 17 Main, 

house 2 Pioneer avenue 
Frenette Philippe, safe-maker, 17 Main, 

house 2 Pioneer avenue 
Frenette Telesphore, safe-maker, 17 Main, 

house 2 Pioneer avenue 
Frenkel Jonas B., student H. TL, rooms 

41 Thayer Hall 
Frenning Aurora S., widow of John A., 

house 56 Putnam avenue 
Friel John, junk dealer (25 South Margin, 

B.), house Auburn place 
Friel Patrick, cooper, h. rear 67 Charles 
Friend Edward, teamster, house 1st on 

right of Tannery 
Friend Edward W., ice-dealer, house 23 

Tremont 
Friend Mary G., widow, h. 23 Tremont 
Friend Samuel, house 54 Cedar 
Friend William, bill-poster, house Norris, 

corner Cedar 
Frier Adolphus S., hardware (83 Cam- 
bridge, B.), bouse 41 Pleasant 
Friestrom Andrew P., safe-maker, 17 

Main, house 8 Rogers block, Main 
Fritts William M., clerk (512 Washington, 

B.), house 17 Mead 
Fritz Rainhold S., cabinet-maker F. M. 

Holmes Furniture Co., h. at Chas'n 
Frohock Benjamin R., toys, house 225 

Broadway, room 3 
Frost Charles E., shoe-findings (17 Corn- 
hill, B.), boards 100 In man 
Frost Clarence B., salesman (12 Summer, 

B.), boards 727 Cambridge 
Frost Edmund, house 126 Oxford 
Frost Edward W., student H. IT., rooms 

49 College House [Kirkland 

Frost Frederick, student H. U., rooms 17 
Frost George, foreman (42 Cornhill, B.), 

house 39 Orchard 
Frost Geo. A., artist, 224 North av., h. do. 
Frost Jacob F., house 37 Columbia 
Frost James M., carpenter (2 Bread, B.), 

house Hubbard avenue, n. Raymond 
Frost Luther E., shoe-findings (17 Corn- 
hill, B.), house 100 Inman 
Frost Wm., house 132 North avenue 
Frost William A., shoe findings (17 Corn- 
hill, B.), boards 100 Inman 
Frothingham Amos T., cashier Tremont 

National Bank (8 Congress, B.), house 

338 Harvard 



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Frothingham Henry K., cashier Mass. 

National Bank (60 Congress, B.), h. 

157 Hancock 
Frothingham Nathaniel, student H. TL, 

rooms 18 Appiau-way 
Frothingham Theodore L., student H. TL, 

rooms 64 Thayer Hall 
Frye Edward H., bookbinder (111 Devon- 
shire. B.), house 27 Warland 
Frye Emma C. Miss, liouse 103 Hancock 
Frye James E., provisions, 142 Harvard, 

house do. 
Frye James K. P., laborer, house 453 Cam- 
bridge 
Frye John W., ice, 142 Harvard, house 

111 Norfolk 
Frye Joseph E., bookkeeper (59 Broad, 

B.), house 14 Harrison 
Frye Lydia A., widow of Samuel M., house 

14 Harrison [bridge 

Frye Samuel B., laborer, house 451 Cam- 
Fuches J. W., student H. U., rooms 41 

College House 
Fuchs Frank, baker, 407 Cambridge,h. do. 
Fullam Patrick, shoemaker, house 364 

Cambridge [13 Hilliard 

Fuller Addie R., widow of Richard F., h. 
Fuller Allen T.. salesman John M. Woods, 

house at West Medford 
Fuller Alonzo W., painter, 17 Main, house 

at Boston [h. 19 Forest 

Fuller Charles L., messenger (28 State, B. ), 
Fuller Chester H., paper-hanger, boards 5 

Worcester [Boston 

Fuller Cyrus B., clerk. 71 Main, house at 
Fuller D. L., engineer, 162 Broadway, 

house at Wilmington 
Fuller Edith D. Miss, public library (45 

Boylston, B.), house 13 Hilliard 
Fuller Edward H., boards 5 Prospect 
Fuller Elias J., house 49S Cambridge 
Fuller Elizabeth L. Mrs., h. 233 North av. 
Fuller Emma L., widow of Rev. Arthur 

B., house 13 Hilliard 
Fuller Eugene, student, boards 13 Hilliard 
Fuller Francis E.,printer University Press, 

house at Somerville [Weld Hall 

Fuller Frank E., student H. U., rooms 51 
Fuller Frank F., teamster, 17 East, at 

Medford 
Fuller Geo. C. W. (G. C. W. Fuller & Co.), 

clothing, 561 Main, house 101 Austin 
Fuller Geo. C. W. jr., clerk, 561 Main, 

boards 101 Austin [Magazine 

Fuller Geo. E., clerk, 43 Pleasant, h. 82 
Fuller Geo. S., engineer U. R. Co. repair 

shop, Dunster, house rear 81 Oxford 
Fuller G. C. W. & Co. (George C. W. Ful- 
ler), clothing, etc., 561 Main 
Fuller John P., student H. U., rooms 4 

Gray's Hall 
Fuller Lyman I., clerk, house 12 Essex 
Fuller M. A. Mrs., house 99Inman 
Fuller Richard B., student H. U., rooms 

13 Hilliard 
Fuller Robert N., blacksmith, 24 Cam- 
bridge, house 28 Spring 



Fuller Robt. O., iron and steel (110 North, 
B.), house Prospect, cor. Harvard 

Fuller Samuel D., house 96 Columbia 

Fuller Sarah Mrs., house 111 Austin 

Fuller Simeon H., salesman (202 Devon- 
shire, B.), house 68 Dana 

Fuller Waldo, student H. U., rooms 13 
Hillmrd [Worcester 

Fuller Wm. H., paper-hanger, house 5 

Fullerton Asbury W., machinist, boards 
30 Madison 

Fullerton Ellen Miss, house 21 Hancock 

Fullerton Sarah J., widow of Augustus 
W., house 30 Madison 

Fulton George, carpenter, boards Mrs. M. 
A. Adams', Pearl [Sidney 

Fulton John, painter, 14 Church, house 56 

Fulton John A., house 20 Winthrop 

Furbush Elias, furniture, etc., 94 Harvard, 
house 96 do. 

Furbush Fred B., carpenter, Palmer, h. 
Crescent, 3d from Oxford on left 

Furbush Joseph H., police officer, station 
1, house 33 Ash 

Furfey Hugh, mat-maker, 120 Brookline, 
. house 12 Somerset 

Furfey James, mat mnfr., 120 Brookline, 
house 118 do. [118 do. 

Furfey James A., clerk, 120 Brookline, b. 

Furfey James H., mat-maker, 120 Brook- 
line, boards 12 Somerset 

Furfey Michael, mat-maker, 120 Brook- 
line, house rear 122 do. 

Furfey Wm. P., laborer, 153 Putnam ave- 
nue, boards 12 Somerset 

Furlong Geo., sawyer, house 26 Warren 

Furlong Isaac A., clerk (3 N. F. H. mkt., 
B. ), house 22 Bigelow 

Furlong James J., hairdresser (basement 
Sherman House, B.), h. 38 Porter 

Furlong John J., laborer, bds. 26 Warren 

Furlong Stephen C, broom-maker, 412 
Main, house 402 do. 

Furness Walter R., student H. U., rooms 
12 Matthews Hall 

Fuzzard John, house 15 Sands 

GADDES W., driver U. R. Co. 

Gadesby Chas., iron worker, house 4 Fos- 
ter block, 87 Main 

Gaffigan Edward, blacksmith, 4 Cam- 
bridge, house at Somerville 

Gaffney Anthony, coffin-polisher, 203 
Bridge, boards 57 Gore 

Gaffney Bernard H., boot-treer.h. 26 Vine 

Gaffney Elizabeth, widow, house 125 Web- 
ster avenue [Third 

Gaffney James, machinist, 72 Main,h. 108 

Gaffney Thos., brass-molder, 368 Main, 
boards 147 Columbia 

Gaffney Thos., baker, 502 Main, b. 464 do. 

Gage Abby R. Mrs., boards F. Perrin's, 
Arsenal square 

GAGE DAXIEL W., stoves, tin 
ware and plumber, 157 North ave- 
nue, house Lambert av.,c. Mt. Pleasant 
Gage Geo. E., carpenter, house 9 Perry 



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Gage George G. .carpenter, house 9 Perry- 
Gage George W., at Hale, Teele & Bisbee, 

house 240 Broadway 
Gage Homer, student H. XL, rooms 26 

Gray's Hall 
Gage Lydia A., widow of Samuel C, bds. 

Daniel W. Gage's, Lambert avenue 
Gage Mary C. Miss, nurse, b. 204 Harvard 
Gage Milton (Gage & Bent), furniture, 200 

North avenue, house 36 Orchard 
Gage William, pressman, 3 Hampshire, 

boards 23 Washington 
Gage & Bent (Milton Gage and John H. 

Bent), furniture, 200 North avenue 
Gahm John, varnisher, Otis, corner First, 

house 96 Vine 
Gahm Philip, house 3 Spring place 
Gainer Edward F., driver, 203 Bridge, bds. 

56 Second 
Gaines Major, laborer, house 90 Harvard 
Galarneau Charles J., sewing-machine 

agent, house 198 Norfolk 
Galbraith Wm. A., gardener, h. 72 Wright 
Gale Charles, planer, 162 Broadway, house 

60 Webster avenue 
Gale Cicero C. , salesman (61 Chauncy, B. ), 

house 246 Harvard 
Gale Frank, fireman B. L. & C. K. R., 

rooms 120 Cambridge 

GALE GEORGE T., pres. National 
Citv Bank. 553 Main, bds. 330 Harvard 
GALE GEORGE W., lumber, 60 
Main, West Boston bridge, house 330 

Harvard 
Gale Hezekiah C, teamster, h. 29 Chauncy 
Gale Justin E., boards 25 Kirkland 
Gale Margaret, vrid.of Wm. G., h. 1 Athens 
Gale Priscilla, widow of Thomas, house 52 

Putnam avenue 
Galigo Lucy, widow, house 82 Harvard 
Gallagher Henry J., machinist B. & M. 

R. R., boards 185 Cambridge 
Gallagher Hugh, cigars, etc.. 508 Main, 

and baker, 502 Main, b. 187 Hampshire 
Gallagher Hugh J., laborer F. R. R., h. 

30 Gore 
Gallagher James, night watchman, 17 

Main, bds. Peter Gallagher's, Munroe 
Gallagher James, varnisher, house 103 

Webster avenue 
Gallagher James H, sail-maker, h. 51 Gore 
Gallagher Jane C. Mrs., h. 185 Cambridge 
Gallagher Jeremiah, plumber (21 Elm, B-), 

house 55 North 
Gallagher John, stone-cutter, h. Third. 

near Broadway [Hampshire 

Gallagher John, tinsmith, house 4, r. 189 
Gallagher John A., laborer, 72 Main, h. 

103 Webster avenue 
Gallagher Margaret Miss, h. 2 Hastings 
Gallagher Mary, widow of Owen, house 

51 North [b. 10 Broad way 

Gallagher Michael, stone-cutter, 53 Main, 
Gallagher Mich'l, trunk-maker, b. 57 Moore 
Gallagher Neal, teamster, h. 115 Fourth 
Gallagher Nichols, clerk (516 Washington, 

B. ), boards 62 Charles 



Gallagher Owen J., bookbinder Riverside 

bindery, house 22 Lopez 
Gallagher Patrick, horse-shoer, 436 Main, 

boards 19 Harvard 
Gallagher Patrick, molder, h. 62 Charles 
Gallagher Peter A., machinist, 17 Main, 

house Munroe, near Third 
Gallagher Samuel, iron-molder, house 353 

Cambridge 
Gallagher Thomas, plasterer, 618 Main, 

house 101 Webster avenue 
Gallagher William, police, station 2, house 

101 Webster avenue 
Gallagher Wm. J., clerk (450 Washington, 

B.), and fancy goods, 195 Cambridge, 

house 185 do. 
Gallant Felix, hostler, house 41 Spruce 
Gallary Wm. J., laborer John Reardon & 

Sons, house 60 Waverly 
Galligan James, machinist, 17 Main, house 

83 Clark 
Galligan Jas. jr., helper, 17 Main, h. 143 do. 
Galligan John W., asst pastor St. John's 

church, house 83 Otis [Clark 

Galligan Peter A., machinist, 17 Main.h. 83 
Gallivan Jas., provisions, 36 Sparks, h. do. 
Gallivan James, printer University Press, 

boards 80 Brighton 
Gallivan John, carpenter, h. 164 Dublin 
Gallivan John, laborer, h. 59 Brighton 
Gallivan John, hostler U. R. Co., Dunster, 

house 51 Holyoke 
Gallivan John, overseer U. R. Co. stable, 

Dunster, house 7 Willard court 
Gallivan John jr., overseer U. R. Co., Mt. 

Auburn stable, boards 7 Willard court 
Gallivan Patrick, laborer Mt. Auburn 

cemetery, house 26 Sparks 
Gallivan Timothy, hostler, house 30 

Charles River 
Galloway Wm., blacksmith, h. 30 Decatur 
Galvin Johanna, widow of Phillip, house 

116 Brookline 
Galvin John, laborer, house 6 Grant 
Galvin John A., laborer, bds. 171 Norfolk 
Galvin Mary, widow, house 5 Hilliard 
Galvin Michael, candy-maker, boards 171 

Norfolk 
Galvin Michael, tailor, house 171 Norfolk 
Galvin Michael J., electrician (109 Court, 

B.), house 116 Brookline 
Galvin Patrick, laborer, house rear 209 Mt» 

Auburn 
Galvin Philip J., pressman Riverside 

Press, house 114 Brookline 
Galvin Richard, cooper J. H. Eames, bds. 

116 Brookline [Charles 

Galvin Thomas, blacksmith, h. rear 64 
Galvin Thomas, laborer, h. 269 Putnam av. 
Galway William, marble polisher, Mt. Au- 
burn, opposite Elmwood avenue, h. 

211 Mt. Auburn 
Gammon Edwin E., carpenter, house 37 

Washington 
Gammon James, painter, h.178 Hampshire 
Gammons Bertha L., widow of Charles H., 

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Gandy Thomas, laborer, h. 101 Portland 
Ganette Layare, brickmaker, h. Ill Spruce 
Gauhan John, case-maker, 162 Broadway, 

house Ninth 
Gannett Agnes Mrs., house 42 Brattle 
Gannett Geo. S., clerk (Tremont, B.), b. 

3 Dana 
Gannett John P., ship-broker (5 Pember- 

ton sq., B.), house 10 Frost 
Gannett John S., supt. Union Safe De- 
posit Vaults (40 State, B. ) , h. L0 Frost 
Gannett Thomas B., supt. Revere Sugar 

Refinery, boards 3 Dana 
Gannett William W., house 3 Dana 
Gannett Wm. Wyllys, bookkeeper (52 Cen- 
tral, B.), house 10 Frost 
Gannett Wm. W. jr., physician, boards 3 

Dana 
Gannon James H., varnisher, 162 Broad- 
way, h. Berkshire, c. Berkshire pi. 
Gannon John L.," painter, bds. 80 Elm 
Gannon Patrick, mason, house 80 Elm 
Gannon Peter James, mason, bds. 80 Elm 
Gannon Peter Joseph, clerk, 69 Norfolk, 

boards 80 Elm 
Gannon Thomas, laborer, h. 15 Brewery 
Gannon Thomas, mason, house 84 Elm 
Ganny John, laborer, boards 133 Dublin 
Ganong Allison W., blacksmith, 130 Main, 

boards at Boston 
Garbit Frederick J., physician, h. 13Hewes 
Garden William, proof-reader University 

Press, house 57 Mt. Auburn 
Gardhan George T., glass- worker, boards 
56 Winter [Winter 

Gardhan Jane, widow of John, house 56 
Gardhan William S., cook, b. 56 Winter 
Gardiner Geo. C, clerk, 221 Bridge, b. at 
Charlestown [20 Harvard 

Gardiner George W., china decorator, b. 
Gardiner James G., student H. U., rooms 

10 Stoughton Hall 
Gardiner John H., student H. U., rooms 

32 College House 
Gardner Amelia C, widow of George M., 

house 14 Coggswell avenue 

Gardner Benjamin R., shoe-laster, h. 203 

Hampshire |st. ct. 

Gardner Charles, carpenter, bds. 37 School 

Gardner Charles A., action-maker, 162 

Broadway, house at Med lord 
Gardner diaries W., blacksmith, 280 Mt. 
Auburn, house next do. [Third 

Gardner Elizabeth, widow of David, h. 27 
Gardner E. H., waiter Memorial Hall 
Gardner Frank W., boards 196 Cambridge 
Gardner George W., clerk (11 Chauncy, 

B.), h. f4 Coggswell avenue 
Gardner Gerald, conductor U. R. Co. 
Gardner James, boiler-maker, 92 Main 
Gardner James, hostler, house 47 Gore 
Gardner James A., painter, 3 River, h. 31 

Flagg 
Gardner John C, engineer B. L. & C. R. 

R., house 26 Sixth 
Gardner John W., baker, and fancy 
goods, 196 Cambridge, house do. 



Gardner Joseph P., student H. U., rooms 
24 Little's block [Decatur 

Gardner Mary A., widow of Miles, h. 17 
Gardner Mary Jackson Mrs., h. 9 Dana 
Gardner Peter, laborer, h. 22 McCabe 
Gardner Randall, machinist, 72 Main 
Gardner Robert, waiter Memorial Hall, h. 
445£ Main [house 10 Lake 

Gardner Samuel B., cooper (212 High, B.), 
Gardner William, teamster, h. 165 Otis 
Gardner Wm. A., student H. U., rooms 4 
Little's block [at Boston 

Gardner Wm. J., salesman, 9 Brattle, h. 
Garfield Cephas, at 139 Broadway, b. 12 

Suffolk 
Garfield Clara R. Miss, private school, 96 

Franklin, house do. 
Garfield Daniel L., house 12 Suffolk 
Garland Adelbert, furnace-maker, boards 

218 Broadway 
Garland Gilman B., painter, h.218B'dway 
Garland Henry, in Cambridge rolling mill, 
house 85 Clark [cord av. 

Garland Walter E., teamster, bds. 70 Con- 
Garuian Samuel W., asst. in Herpetology 
and Ichthyology Museum of Compar- 
ative Zoology, rooms Divinity Hall 
Garrett Clairborne, student Epis. Theo- 
logical School, Brattle 
Garrigan Eliza, widow of Lawrence, h. 

252 Franklin 
Garrigan Patrick, blacksmith, 168 North 

avenue, boards at Somerville 
Garrison Geo. T., bookkeeper (137 Feder- 
al, B.J, house 94 Franklin 
Garritt Theda Airs., house Richdale av., 

3d from Walden 
Garrity Catherine, widow of John, house 
6 Beaver [Baldwin 

Garrity Hugh, blacksmith, 87 Bridge, b. 29 
Garrity Jas., building-mover, h. r. 8 Davis 
Garrity Martin, curer NilesBros. 
Garrity Michael, laborer, 166 River, h. 5 
Hamilton [16 Mill 

Garrity Nicholas, horseshoer U. R. Co., h. 
Garrity Peter, laborer, h. 6 Portland 
Garrity Thomas, laborer, h. 31 Cowper- 

thwaite 
Garrity Thomas E., assistant Harvard Col- 
lege Library, rooms Harvard Hall 
Garside John H.. action-maker, 113 Broad- 
way, house 98 Fourth 
Gartland Michael, laborer, house Concord 

avenue, near Belmont line 
Gartland Patrick, teamster Hovey & Co., 

house 80 Kirkland 
Garvey James, blacksmith, junc. Webster 

avenue and Hampshire, house do. 
Garvin David, carpenter, h. 28 Warren 
Garvin Edward, house Charles, c. Fifth 
Garvin Ellen, wid. of Wm., h. 103 Fourth 
Garvin James, laborer, 3 Hampshire, h. 47 

Vine 
Garvin James J., brushmaker.h. 70 Spring 
Garvin John, carpenter, b. 88 Mt. Auburn 
Garvin John, glass-blower, 137 Bridge, b. 
103 Fourth 



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Garvin Josephine,wid. of Wra., h.20 Green 
Garvin Lizzie M. Miss, dressmaker, 20 

Green, house do. 
Garvin Patrick J., glass-blower, 137 

Bridge, boards 103 Fourth 
Garvin Terrance, expressman, h. 163 

Spring 
Garvin William E., compositor (Fayette 

ct., B.), boards 20 Green 
Gary Wesley W., electrician (11 Hawkins, 

B.), house 27 Ellery 
Gaskill Tyler B., house 9 Forest 
Gass Charles H., produce com. mer. (61 

and 63 F. H. Market, B.), house 11 

Roseland 
Gassett Charles, clerk (157 Blackstone, 

B.), house rear 365 Harvard 
Gateley Thomas, varnisher in American 

Rubber Co., house 13 School 
Gately James, laborer, house 5 Grant 
Gately John, collar maker, 10 Arrow, 

house 5 Grant 
Gately John, marble worker, 53 Main, h. 

6 Hastings 
Gately John, laborer, house Vineyard, 

corner Cushing 
Gately Michael, furniture varnisher, house 

63 Spring 
Gately Peter, marble polisher, 53 Main, 

house 49 Amory 
Gately Thomas, laborer, h. 105 Kinnaird 
Gately Thomas, machinist, 368 Main 
Gates Edwin F., teamster, bds. 13 Green 
Gates H. Sumner, painter, bds. 23 William 
Gates Lewis E., student H. U., rooms 6 

North avenue 
Gates Maria F., widow, house 13 Green 
Gates Sally, wid. of Henry, h. 23 William 
Gates Stephen F., mechanical engineer, 

17 Main, house 90 Auburn 
Gates Wm. H., painter, 23 William, h. do. 
Gatz Thomas, cabinet maker, house rear 

186 Cambridge 
Gaughan John, case maker, 162 Broadway, 

house Ninth, corner Otis 
Gaughan Winifred, wid. of Michael, house 

Ninth, corner Otis 
Gaul Russell, porter, house 28 Harrison 
Gaulropp Frank, saloon and boarding- 
house, 440 North avenue, house do. 
Gault Benjamin F., carpenter, house 99 

Pleasant 
Gauthier Alex., cabinet maker, 348 Main, 

house 7 Portland 
Gaven Rebecca, widow, h. r. 48 Broadway 
Gavett Joseph, boards 38 Essex 
Gaw James, at American Tube Works 

(Somerville), house 3 Stinson court 
Gay Charles A., janitor City Hall, house 

93 Green 
Gay Edward DeForest, salesman (20 Tre- 

mont row, B.), house 132 Auburn 
Gay Elizabeth P., widow of George E., 

house 10 Cottage 
Gay Elliott A., canvasser, house 27 Sidney 
Gay Franklin M., tuner, 162 Broadway, h. 
at Boston 



Gay George A., carpenter, 162 Broadway, 

house 10 Cottage 
Gay George R., fancy goods (278 Devon- 
shire, and 102 Court, B.), house 301 

North avenue 
Gay Herbert E., tinsmith, h. 10 Cottage 
Gay Howard E., hairdresser, 531 Main, h. 

10 Cottage 
Gay Walter S., farmer, boards Mrs. Wm. 

Gay's, Adams 
Gay Wm., letter carrier Cambridge P. O., 

house 49 Sacramento 
Gay William Mrs., house Adams, near 

Belmont line 
Gaylord Edson D., dentist (126 Tremont, 

B.), house 21 Worcester 
Gaynon M., boiler maker, 72 Main 
Gaytons Bernard, peddler, h. 167 Spring 
Gaytons James, teamster, boards Patrick 

Gaytons', Charles 
Gaytons John, salesman (24 Sudbury, B.), 

house rear 142 Spring 
Gaytons Patrick F., teamster, h. Charles, 

corner Sixth 
Gear Samuel A., boards 32 Park 
Gear Samuel W., foreman stamping room, 

153 Putnam avenue, house 32 Park 
Geary Daniel, laborer, h. 323 Cambridge 
Geary Joseph, laborer, house 40 Spring 
Geary Mary E. Miss, milliner, 38 Third, 

boards do. 
Geary Thomas, laborer, house 50 Cedar 
Geary William, currier, boards 50 Cedar 
Geddes William E., traveling agent, house 

95 Austin 
Geisler Charles, laborer, house 41 Baldwin 
Geisler Francis C, house 125 Winsor 
Geissel Albert E., student H. U., rooms 60 

College House 
Geldowsky Ferdinand (F. Geldowsky 

Furniture Co.), furniture mnfr., Otis, 

corner First, house 764 Main 
Geldowsky F. Furniture Co. (Ferdinand 

Geldowsky, Coruelius P. Keeler, and 

George A. Keeler), furniture mnfrs., 

Otis, corner First 
Geldowsky John, clerk F. Geldowsky Fur- 
niture Co., boards 764 Main 
Genthner Gilmore, tinsmith, 57 Cam- 
bridge, house 80 Fourth 
Geoghegan Francis, cigar-maker, house 

123 Hampshire 
Geoghegan Thomas, laborer, h. 7 Porter 
George Harvey, house 104 Otis 
George Mattie R. Miss, recorder registry 

of deeds, Otis, corner Second, boards 

375 Cambridge 
George Frank, traveling salesman, boards 

15 Mt. Auburn 
George Obadiah, house 375 Cambridge 
Gerald Fred, potter, boards Joseph Du- 

teau's, Walden, near Raymond 
Gerald William L., boards 136 Spring 
Gerhard David, brass-finisher, house 2 

Chestnut Park 
Gerhard John B., machinist, Gordon pi., 

boards 2 Chestnut place 



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Gerlach Frank C, jeweler (383 Washing- 
ton, room 22, B. ), rooms 11 Norfolk 
Germaine David, gardener and sexton, St. 
Peter's R. C. church, house 19 Tuttle 
Germaine Matthew, blacksmith. Church, 

corner Palmer, boards 19 Tuttle 
Gerrish Horace G., hairdresser (B.), house 

rear 65 Mt. Auburn 
Gerrish Mary A., widow of Samuel, house 

104 Allston 
Gerrish Peter, upholsterer, h. 69 Sixth 
Gerrish Woodbury, wood-carver (103 West 

Canton, B. ), house 83 Green 
Gerry Frederick A., house 89 North av. 
Gerry George H., hairdresser, 436 Main, 

house 536 do. 
Gerry James, cooper, house 2 Bell 
Gerry James jr., cooper J. H. Eames, h. 

rear 53 Vine 
Gerry John W., horse-shoer, 9 Tenney, h. 

Elm, corner Tenney 
Gerry Patrick, laborer, house rear 3 Short 
Gerry Trueworthy. clerk (33 High, B.), 

boards 67 Pleasant 
Gerry Warren A., boards 89 North avenue 
Gerstlauer Daniel, house 33 Fifth 
Gertz Wm. H , patent medicines, 124 Win- 
sor. h. do. [College House 

Getchell Clarence, student H. U., rms. 3 
Getchell Elihu B., intelligence office, fruit, 

etc., 29 Central sq., h. 18 Front 
Getchell Eliza S. Miss, teacher Putnam 

grammar school, boards 65 Otis 
Gethins Patrick, coachman, 320 Harvard, 

house 167 Green 
Geyer Andrew, apothecary,88 Cambridge, 

cor. Third, house 35 Third 

Geyer Antone, piano action maker, boards 

54 Spring [artist, b. 35 Third 

Geyer Fredricka S. Miss, crayon portrait 

Geyer John W., piano hammer coverer, 

355 Main, boards 17 Boardman 
Gibbons Eliza P. Mrs., house 11 Quincy 
Gibbons James E., laborer, h. 7 McCabe 
Gibbons John P., liquors (169| Black- 
stone, B.), h. 198 Cambridge 
Gibbons Wm. J., professor H. TJ., house 

11 Quincy 
Gibbs Atnory T., house 13 Wendell 
Gibbs Benj. F., painter, h. 22 DeWolf 
Gibbs Fletcher B., clerk f53 Devonshire, 

B.), boards 13 Wendell 
Gibbs Fred T., clerk (40 Court sq., B.), h. 

45 Norfolk 
Gibbs Geo. H., watches and jewelry, 593 

Main, house 220 Pearl 
Gibbs Geo. O., boards 13 Wendell 
Gibbs Herbert R., clerk Riverside Press, 

house 97 Auburn 
Gibbs Horace G., gas machines (Cincin- 
nati, Ohio), house 110 Inman 
Gibbs Mary J. Mrs., h. Dailey's alley 
Gibbs Phineas C, expressman, house 26 

Suffolk 
Gibbs Wolcott, Rumford Professor and 
Lecturer of the Application of Science 
to the Useful Arts H. U. 



Gibson Andrew, porter (99 Broad, B.), 
boards James Gibson's, Holworthy pi. 
Gibson Chas. O., brass-finisher, 368 Main 
Gibson Cyrus, at 368 Main, b. 181 Harvard. 
Gibson Harry, blacksmith, boards 88 Mt. 
Auburn " [rear 45 Norfolk 

Gibson Henry, gardener, 333 Harvard, h. 
Gibson Jacob H., horse-shoer, 9 Church, 

boards 88 Mt. Auburn 
Gibson James, carpenter, b. 47 Harding 
Gibson James, laborer, h. Holworthy pi. 
Gibson John, laborer, house 5 Eustis ct. 
Gibson John, florist, r. 148 Brattle, h. do. 
Gibson Joseph, house 36 Western avenue 
Gibson Joseph P., reporter, house 36 

Western avenue 
Gibson Robt, baker, h. 67 Brookline 
Gibson Stephen B., polisher, 203 Bridge, 

house 19 Murdock 
Gibson Walter W., clerk (51 No. Market, 

B.), boards 40 Cottage 
Gibson Wm. Mrs., house 40 Cottage 
Gibson Wm., gardener, house 44 Garden 
Gibson Wm. T., watchman Harvard Col- 
lege, house 11 Willard 
Giddings Samuel, livery stable, 15 Gore, 

house rear 149 Cambridge 
Gifford Elisha, clergyman, house Sacra- 
mento place, 1st on left 
Gifford Franklin K., student H. XL, rooms 

1 Sacramento place 
Gifford William L. R., student H. U., 

rooms 18 Thayer Hall 
Gilban Cornelius, laborer, b. 167 Broadway 
Gilbert Alvah A., boiler-maker, 72 Main, 

house 6 Sands 
Gilbert Benjamin F.,mpss. Boston Nation- 
al Bank (95 Milk, B.). h. 27 Inman 
Gilbert Charles, clerk (39 So. Market, B.), 

boards 2 Cherry 
Gilbert Ellery T., cook (Parker House, 

B.), house 6 Tufts 

Gilbert Emily H., widow of Wallace H., 

house 17 Eliot [27 Lee 

Gilbert Frederick M., clerk, 571 Main, b. 

Gilbert Jas. L., musician and piano tuner, 

house 87 Cambridge 
Gilbert James W. (400 Washington, B.), 

house 28 Prospect 
Gilbert Samuel C, student H. IT., rooms 

10 Gray's Hall 
Gilbert Wm. F., painter, 72^ Inman, h. do. 
Gilboult Frank, cooper, house Squire's 

brick block, Gore 
Gilcreas Chas, S., salesman (29 Hawley, 

B.), boards 57 Franklin 
Gilcreas D. Austin, carpenter, rear 577 

Main, house 57 Franklin 
Gilcreas Hannah, wid., h. 385 North av. 
Giles Emma E. R., widow of Jas. H., h. 12 
Elmer [South 

Giles Smiley, driver U. R. Co., rooms 5 
Gilgannon Thomas, laborer, boards 167 
Broadway [121 Elm 

Gill Bridget, widow of Patrick, house 
Gill Emlyn M., student H. U., rooms 10 
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Gill John, watches and jewelry, 458 Har- 
vard, house 29 Ash 
Gill Michael, laborer, house 22 Harding 
Gill Peter P., clothes-cleaner, house 98 

Harvard 
Gillam Alfred, laborer, boards 70 Tremont 
Gillarn Charles H., coal and wood, 1 Nor- 
folk court, house do. 
Gillam Emma, wid., h. r. 90 Harvard 
Gillam George M., painter, Palmer, house 

25 Bow 
Gillan John, grocer, 242 Cambridge, h. do. 
Gillespie E. J. Mrs., fancy goods, 833 Main, 
house do. [81 Winsor 

Gillespie Isaac W., piano-key maker, h. 
Gillespie John, student H. U., rooms 24 

Hollis Hall 
Gillies John P., house 40 Mt. Auburn 
Gilligan Barney, base ball catcher, boards 

126 Prospect 
Gilligan James, laborer John Reardon & 

Sons, house 128£ Brookline 
Gilligan John, laborer, house 113 Elm 
Gilligan John H., furniture-mover, house 

246 Bridge 
Gilligan Patrick, laborer, h. 126 Prospect 
Gilligan Rose Mrs., dressmaker, 79 Gore, 

house do. 
Gilligan Thomas, glassware, h. 79 Gore 
Gillin Thomas E., packer, 162 Broadway, 

house at Boston 
Gillis Chas. P., brass-finisher, boards 61 

Charles 
Gillis John, laborer John Reardon & 

Sons, house Cushing, near Belmont 
Gillis Patrick, carpenter, bds. 61 Charles 
Gillis Patrick, laborer U. R. Co., Mt. Au- 
burn, house 261 Mt. Auburn 
Gillis Peter, hackman, b. 15 McCabe 
Gillis Peter, lithographer Riverside Press, 

house 14 Andrew 
Gillis Simon P., cabinet-maker, 348 Main, 
Gilloran Catharine Miss, bds. 163 Spring 
Gilloran Patrick, fish-dealer, h. 163 Spring 
Gilman Arthur, sec. of private instruction 

for women H. U., h. 5 Waterhouse 
Gilman Charles, cigar maker, 132 Cam- 
bridge, house 73 Spring 
Gilman Charles F., student H. U., rooms 

33 Felton building 
Gilman Edward, grocer, 9 Reed, house do. 
Gilman Elizabeth C, widow of John C, 

house 18 Story 
Gilman Eliza M., widow of Leander P., 

house 79 Allston 
Gilman Francis B., clerk (28 State, B.), 

house 7 Hawthorn 
Gilman George W., clerk, 238 North ave- 
nue, house 10 Coggswell avenue 
Gilman Henry H., student H. U., rooms 

35 Weld Hall 
Gilman J as., currier, house 27 Reed 
Gilman Jas. A., carpenter, h. 31 Sixth 
Gilman James A., printer, 1 Dunster, bds. 

18 Western avenue 
Gilman John T., carpenter, house 54 
Putnam avenue 



Gilman John W., clerk (229 Franklin, B.), 
boards 231 North avenue 

Gilman Samuel, laborer, h. 42 Jefferson 

Gilman William A. (Custom House, B.), 
house 231 North avenue 

Gilman William B., conductor U. R. Co., 
boards 42 Antrim 

Gilmartin James, teacher St. Mary's Pa- 
rochial school, house 35 Winsor 

Gilmore David, laborer, house rear 63 
Washington 

Gilmore E. J., conductor IT. R. Co. 

Gilmore Henry H. (Gilmore & Eustis), 
Cambridge Rolling Mill, 126 Portland, 
house 26 Clinton 

Gilmore Hibbert \Y\, fireman Am. Net & 
Twine Co., Third, house at Royalston, 
Mass. 

Gilmore James H., grocer, Holworthy, n. 
Belmont, boards John Gilmore's, Au- 
burn place 

Gilmore James M., assistant civil engi- 
neer, boards 26 Clinton 

Gilmore John, laborer, h. Auburn place 

Gilmore John jr., conductor U. R. Co., 
bds. John Gilmore's, Auburn place 

Gilmore Robert H., clerk Cambridge Roll- 
ing Mill, boards 26 Clinton 

Gilmore Thomas, iron-molder, 368 Main, 
house rear 72 Allston 

GIL3IOKE & EUSTIS (Henry H. 
Gilmore and Frank I. Eustis), props. 

Cambridge Rolling Mill, 126 Portland 
Gilmour Mary Ann, widow of William, 

house 5 Cottage court 
Gilmour Robert, watch-case maker (309 

Washington, B.), house 10 Upton 
Gilmour William J., brass-finisher (126 

Fulton, B.), house 256 Pearl 
Gilpatrick Elizabeth, widow, house 2 

Pleasant place 
Gilroy Jas., clerk, 171 Bridge, b. 175 do. 
Gingros Leon, carpenter, h. 104 Dublin 
Ginty Michael, grocer, 26 Brewery, house 

31 Cherry 
Girard Ernest L., boards 96 Antrim 
Giroux Yoes, laborer, 162 Broadway, 

house at Boston 
Given Josie A., action maker, 162 Broad- 
way, house 147 Harvard 
Given J. Leslie, automatic music paper 

(233 Cambridge, B.), b. 147 Harvard 
Given Mary A. Mrs., house 47 Brattle 
Glaab Leonard, shoemaker (Watertown), 

house Cushing, beyond Woodlawn 
Giancy John T., stone-mason, house 110 

Tremont 
Giancy Joseph W., clerk, 437 Cambridge, 

boards 114 Tremont 
Glaser Frank, baker, 502 Main, h. 29 Green 
Glaser Jos., baker, 502 Main, boards 29 

Green 
Glasgow Robert F., clothes-wringers (29 

Cornhill, B.), house 97 Spring 
Glass Charles, sawyer, Rhoades building, 

State, rooms 34 Pearl 
Glass John Mrs., h. 116 Webster avenue 



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Glass John H. , sawyer, 624 Main, house 

69£ Western avenue 
Glass Richard, jig-sawyer, 624 Main,house 

65 Western avenue 
Glassinacher Henry, teacher St. Thomas 

Aquinas College, h. 147 Harvard 
Glatton John, laborer, house 41 Rice 
Glazier George M., small wares (12 Sum- 
mer, B. ), house 19 Ellsworth avenue 
Glazier Joseph S., tinsmith, h. 15 Pine 
Gleason Charles B., student H. U., rooms 

10 College House 
Gleason Daniel, turner, 152 Broadway, 

house 393 Main 
Gleason DeForest C. , apprentice, 188 Cam- 
bridge, boards 87 Vine 
Gleason Hannah Miss, teacher High 

school, boards 27 Trowbridge 
Gleason Julius I., organ-trimmer, house 

180 Harvard [Washington 

Gleason Michael J., iron-molder, house 21 
Gleason Michael J., iron-molder, house 59 

Portland 
Gleason Patrick C, molder, 624 Main, 

boards 3 Prospect [bds. 393 do. 

Gleason Thos. F., iron-worker, 368 Main, 
Gleason T., laborer, 368 Main 
Gleason William H., carriage-trimmer, r. 

10 Brattle, house 35 Banks 
Gleeson Daniel J., asst. pastor St. Paul's 

church, boards 34 Holyoke 
Glen David, printer (6 Williams court, B.), 

house 15 Sumner 
Glennon Patrick, laborer John Reardon 

& Sons, house 93 Brookline 
Glennon William, stone-cutter, house 

Locust, near Holworthy 
Glidden Arno W., printer University 

Press, house 20 Dunster 
Glidden Asa M., salesman J. O. Bullard, 

house 6 Centre 
Glidden Clinton S., clerk (173 State, B.), 

boards 6 Centre 
Glidden Edward O., com. mer. (94 State, 

B), house Elm, 2d north of Beech 
Glidden Frank W., tel. operator (25 Con- 
gress square, B. ), h. 32 Mt. Auburn 
Glidden Fred. B., printer, bds. 6 Centre 
Glidden Osmond N., clerk, 497 Main, bds. 

516 Main 
Gloutein Simon, varnisher, 203 Bridge 
Glover Henry R , bedding supplies (129 

Friend, B. ), house 13 Waterhouse 
Glover Horatio N., student H. U., rooms 

33 Thayer Hall 
Glover S. Mrs., widow, b. 44 Brookline 
Glufling Edward H., sawyer F. M. Holmes 

Furniture Co., boards 26 Second 
Glynn Andrew, blacksmith, boards 327 

Cambridge 
Glynn James P., iron molder, 368 Main 
Glynn Julia Miss, cigars, etc., 327 Cam- 
bridge, house do. 
Glynn John P., blacksmith, boards 327 

Cambridge 
Glynn Lawrence, blacksmith (36 Charles- 
town, B. ), house 327 Cambridge 



Glynn Mary Miss, house rear 25 Grant 
Glynn Matthew, blacksmith, boards 327 

Cambridge 
Glynn Patrick, laborer John Reardon & 

Sons, boards rear 112 Brookline 
Glynn Thomas, tinsmith, house 179 Main 
Glynn Winnifrecl, widow of Dennis, bouse 

rear 112 Brookline 

Goddard Farley B., student H. U., rooms 

64 College House [1 Beck Hall 

Goddard Frederic X., student H. U., rms. 

Goddard Mary C. C, teacher High school, 

boards 67 Oxford 
Goddu John B., house 5 Portland 
Godfrey Benjamin F., cooper, 169 Gore, h. 

190 Cambridge 
Godfrey Charles G., cooper, h. 14 Elmer 
Godfrey George A., at F. M. Holmes' Fur- 
niture Co., house 62 Thorndike 
Godfrey George A., planer, house rear 62 

Thorndike 
Godfrey John G., mariner, h. 95 Winsor 
Godfrey Paris W., cooper, 169 Gore, house 
148 do. [95 Winsor 

Godfrey Willard F., boiler-maker, boards 
Godfrey William, helper, 356 Main 
Godfrey William, teamster, 6£ Harvard sq., 

house at Boston 

Godfrey W.J. , overseer, 130 Gore, house 

at Wakefield [bridge 

Goding Eugene F., tinsmith, b. 383 Cam- 

Goding Luke E., foundryman, house 308 

North avenue 
Goepp Philip H., student H. XL, rooms 100 

Mt. Auburn 
Goepper Bros. (William and Gustavus 
Goepper), barrel mnfrs., Ninth, cor. 
Spring 
Goepper Gustavus (Goepper Bros.), bar- 
rels, house 133 Cambridge 
Goepper John, cooper, h. 133 Cambridge 
Goepper Wilhelmina, widow of John, h. 

133 Cambridge 
Goepper William (Goepper Bros. ), barrels, 

house 137 Cambridge 
Goggin James H., carpenter, h. 15 Grant 
Goggin Michael, laborer, house 3 George 
Goines Joseph H., hairdresser, house rear 

133 Columbia 
Going Miron F., salesman, 81 Bridge, h. 

at Charlestown 

Golden Bridget, widow of John, house 5 

Rogers' block, Main [Murdock 

Golden Christopher C, brass-molder, h. 9 

Golden Elizabeth, widow of Thomas, h. 9 

Murdock [thwaite 

Golden Isaac, laborer, house 37 Cowper- 

Golden Sarah E. Miss, teacher Harvard 

grammar school, boards 275 Broadway 

Goldsmith Mary Miss, telegraph operator 

B. L. & C. R. R. depot, h. 184 Camb. 
Goldsmith Wm. H., bookbinder Riverside 

Press, house 39 Fairmont 
Goldsmith William H., carpenter, boards 

225 Franklin 
Goldspring Edward, printer University 
Press, house 59 Brighton 



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Goldspring Timothy, plasterer, house 14 
Sparks [12 Dunster 

Goldthwait Anstiss M. Miss, nurse, bds. 

Goldthwait Francis, action-maker, 162 
Broadway, house 29 Market 

Goldthwait Francis E., action maker, 162 
Broadway, house 15 Hewes 

Goldthwaite Charles H., student H. XL, 
rooms 45 College House 

Goldthwaite Frank E., action-maker, 162 
Broadway, house 15 Hewes 

Goldthwaite Frederick H., boards 24 Jay 

Gomes Joseph, laborer, house 105 Fourth 

Gomez Antoine, varnisher, house rear 
23 Gore 

Gommels John, teamster, house 14 North 

Gonce Beverly R., pill-maker, 150 Broad- 
way, boards 564 Main 

Gonier Peter, laborer Cambridge cemete- 
ry, house 37 Sargent 

Gonyou Ulric, blacksmith (Brighton av., 
B.), house Bailey place 

Gooch Joshua G. (J. G. & N. (+. Gooch), 
lumber (Western avenue, Brighton), 
order box 8 Brattle, and (13 Kilby, 
B.), house 2 Mt. Auburn 

GOOCH J. G & N. G. (Joshua G. 
and Nathan G. Gooch), lumber (West- 
ern avenue, Brighton), order box, 8 

Brattle (13 Kilby, Boston) 
Gooch Nathan G. (J. G. & N. G. Gooch), 

lumber (Western av., Brighton), order 

box 8 Brattle, also coal (13 Kilby, B ). 

house 3 Fayerweather 
Gooch William D., messenger, Blackstone 

National Bank (132 Hanover, B.), bds. 

3 Fayerweather 
Good Jeremiah, clerk (307 Washington, 

B.), house 102 Gore 
Good John, action-maker, 162 Broadway, 

house 21 Grant 
Good Mary, widow of John, h. 102 Gore 
Good Mary, widow of Thomas, house 41 

Jefferson 
Good Thomas F., carpenter, boards Thos. 

Moran's, Hoi worthy place 
Good Thomas, laborer, house 102 Gore 
Good Thomas F., glass-cutter (471 Tre- 

mont, B. ) , boards 27 Union 
Good Timothy J., laborer, house 27 Union 
Good Timothy J. jr., wood turner, 380 

Main, boards 27 Union 
Good William, laborer, b. 167 Broadway 
Goodale George L., Professor of Botany 

H. U., and director of Botanic Garden, 

Garden, corner Linnaean , house do. 
Goodale John, inventor, h. 44 Tremont 
Goodale John M., student H. U., boards 

8 DeWolf 
Goodell John S., sign painter (8 Broad, 

B.), house 12 Lake 
Goodell R. W. Mrs., house 17£ Shepard 
Goodfellow Mary A., widow of S. Percival, 

house 99 Spring 
Gooding Alfred, student H. U., rooms 17 

Divinity Hall 
Goodman Henrietta, widow, b. 88 Harvard 



Goodman Thomas, machinist, 72 Main, 
house 160 Main 

Goodnough Xantbus H., student H. U., 
rooms 26 Weld Hall 

Goodnow Freeman C, marine clerk (54 
State, B.), house 308£ Harvard 

Goodnow George W., grocer, 63 Norfolk, 
house 18 Tremont 

Goodnow Joseph, lumber (295 Causeway, 
B.), house 336 Broadway 

Goodnow Luvia Miss, teacher Otis prima- 
ry school, boards 65 Otis 

Goodnow Nancy Mrs., h. 30 Concord av. 

Goodrich diaries Newton (7 Exchange 
place, B.), house 309 Broadway 

Goodrich Elijah D. (7 Exchange place, 
Boston), house 309 Broadway 

Goodrich George H., laborer, h. 86 Allston 

Goodrich Silas, house 7 Summer 

Goodridge Alfred M., grocer (75 Commer- 
cial, Boston), house 26 Lee 

Goodridge Ambrose H., house 48 Cherry 

Goodridge Charles, brass-finisher, boards 
52 Elm 

Goodridge Charles E, clerk (40 Court, 
Boston), boards 48 Cherry 

Goodridge Charles F., grocer (75 Commer- 
cial, Boston), house 82 North avenue 

Goodridge Nancy, widow of Frederick, 
house 26 Lee 

Goodridge Susie L. Miss, copyist Registry 
of Deeds, Otis, corner Second, boards 
at Newton Centre 

Goodrow Eli L., janitor Zoological Muse- 
um, house 114 Oxford 

Goodspeed Helen B., widow of Obed, 
house 862 Main 

Goodspeed J. Arthur W., student H. U., 
boards 862 Main 

Goodwillie Fred M., clerk (66 Federal, Bos- 
ton), boards 88 Auburn 

Goodwillie James M., foreman (338 Wash- 
ington, Boston), house 88 Auburn 

Goodwin Daniel H., currier, house 25 
Harvey 

Goodwin Elizabeth S., widow of Stephen, 
nurse, house 7 Seventh 

Goodwin Fred L., molder, 368 Main, 
boards 11 State 

Goodwin Frank E., driver, 249 Cambridge, 
rooms 114 Thorndike 

Goodwin George E., engineer Riverside 
bindery, house rear ill Putnam av. 

Goodwin Hersey B., commission mer- 
chant (15 India, Boston), h. 8 Follen 

Goodwin James, at N. E. Glass Co., house 
rear 43 Winter 

Goodwin Mary G. Mrs., house 20 Lowell 

Goodwin Montgomery M., student Epis. 
Theo. School, Brattle 

Goodwin Stephen Franklin, bread store, 
207 Cambridge, house 7 Seventh 

Goodwin Thomas, house 59 Hampshire 

Goodwin William H., student H. U., 
rooms 41 Matthews Hall 

Goodwin Wm.W., Eliot Professor of Greek 
literature H. U., boards 10 Follen 



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Googins Eben H., traveling salesman, 503 

Main, house 87 Franklin' 
Googins George A., traveling salesman, 

503 Main, house 87 Franklin 
Googins John ($6 F. H. market, Boston), 

house 8 Warland 
Googins Thomas B., house 98 Winsor 
Googins William B., wood worker, 139 

Broadway, house 109 Winsor 
Gookin Frank L., printer University 

Press, house 42 Putnam avenue 
Gordon Charles E., cabinet maker, 384 

Main, house 143 do. 
Gordon Charles F., laborer, h. 165 Otis 
Gordon Edmund A., bookbinder, boards 
101 Winsor [101 Winsor 

Gordon Elizabeth, widow of John, house 
Gordon Eugene L, cooper, h. 27 Warren 
Gordon Flora S., widow of Daniel, house 

31 Winthrop 
Gordon Henry F., carriagesmith, 246 

Main, house 34 Coggswell avenue 
Gordon John M., bookbinder (51 Chardon, 

Boston), boards 101 Winsor 
Gordon John W., clerk (85 Court, Boston), 

house 72 Auburn 
Gordon Lysson, student H. U., rooms 48 

Thayer Hall 
Gordon Matthew, teamster, bds. 164 Gore 
Gordon Thomas, carpenter, house 3 Em- 
erson's block, Crescent avenue 
Gordon Thomas M., foreman (Boston), 

house 171 Cambridge 
Gordon William, roofer, 559 Main, house 

62 Sidney 
Gordon William, proof-reader University 

Press, house 57 Movant Auburn 

Gordon Wm. M., compositor, boards 101 

Winsor [128 Magazine 

Gore Avery W., junk (164 Canal. B.), h. 

Gore George A., clerk (164 Canal, Boston), 

boards 128 Magazine 
Gore William, paver, house 1 Third 
Gorham Alfred, bookkeeper (60 Equitable 

building, B.), h. 176 Putnam avenue 
Gorham Frank A., clerk, 502 Main, house 

11 River 
Gorham Robert S., student H. U., rooms 

26 Hollis Hall 
Gorman Ellen, widow of Timothy, house 
10 East [Plympton 

Gorman Francis jr., tutor, rooms 10 
Gorman James, cooper Goepper Bros. 

boards 51 Vine 
Gorman John, foreman (101 Milk, Bos- 
ton), boards 115 Spring 
Gorman John, junk, house 134 Columbia 
Gorman Julia, wid. of John, h. 51 Vine 
Gorman S., student H. U., rooms 13 Di- 
vinity Hall 
Gorman Valentine, laborer, house 116 

Webster avenue 
Gorman William, blacksmith, h. 30 Bay 
Gorman William, horseshoer, 498 Main, 

boards 9 Bristol 
Gormley Arthur H., brass finisher, boards 
62 Hastings 



Gormley John, upholsterer, h. 40 Willow 
Gormley John, laborer, h. 62 Hastings 
Gormley J. J as., stair builder, b. 40 Willow 
Gorrel Samuel, teamster, h. 186 Winsor 
Gorton Amos O., teamster, h. 94 Fourth 
Gorton Sam'l M., carpenter, h. 4 Summer 
Gosnell William, laborer, 17 East, house 

18 North 
Gould Alma A. Mrs., h. 527 Cambridge 
Gould Augustus D., salesman (47 South, 

Boston), boards 115 Prospect 
Gould Edwin, boards 527 Cambridge 
Gould Caroline A., widow of Dudley F., 

house 115 Prospect 
Gould Everett E., boards 115 Prospect 
Gould Frederick L. (15 Kilby, B.), house 9 
Highland [land 

Gould Frederick W., student, bds. 9 High- 
Gould Harvey H., blacksmith, h. 8 Leigh- 
ton's court 
Gould John B., house 21 Washington 

GOULD LEVI S. (F. M. Holmes 
Furniture Co.), Cambridge, n. First 
(107 Washington, B.), h. at Melrose 

Gould Mary S. Miss. b. 19 Buckingham 

Gould Michael, laborer, h. 269 Cambridge 

Gould Nathaniel S., shoe mnfrs. goods 
(280 Dover, B.), bds. 115 Prospect 

Gould Robert, house 147 Cambridge 

Gould William, baker, 912 Main, house 9 
Remington 

Gould William, teamster, house 32 Davis 

Gould Wm., laborer, house 22 North 

Gould Wm. H., letter-carrier (P. O., B.), 
house 163 Cambridge 

Gould ing James, laborer, house 21 Carson 

Govan David (Govan & Cochran), 162 
Broadway, house 102 Hampshire 

Govan John, cabinet-maker, h. 128 Winsor 

Govan John C, case-maker, 162 Broad- 
way, boards 102 Hampshire 

Govan & Cochran (David Govan and John 
Cochran ), organ-case makers, 162 
Broadway 

Gove Archibald R. (Page & Gove), 15 Sec- 
ond, house 23 Ellsworth avenue 

Gove Calvin, provisions, 565£ Main, house 
20 Cottage 

Gove Charles S., soda and mineral water 
mnfr. (30 Canal, B.), h. 28 Warland 

Gove Ezra C, apothecary, Main, junction 
Washington, h. 1 Rogers block, Main 

Gove Henry M., variety store, 214 North 
avenue, boards Porter's Hotel 

Gove Milo, provisions, 471 Main, house at 
Boston 

Gove Nathan, house 71 Vine 

Gove Robert H., baker, 378 Cambridge and 
71 Vine, house 71 Vine 

Gowdey Martha W., widow of Wm., rooms 
105 Spring 

Gowell Frederick A., engineer, 150 Broad- 
way, house 134 do. 

Gowen Howard L., agent Dudewell lime 
(91 Lowell, B.), house 34 Auburn 

Gowey Henry, wire-worker (Brighton av., 
B.), house 149 Brookline 



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Grace John, baker, 502 Main 

Grace R., helper, 72 Main 

Grady Bridget, widow, house rear 6 East 

Grady Catherine, widow of Joseph, house 
73 Gore 

Grady Frank, boards 73 Gore 

Grady John, teamster Holt & Bugbee, h. 
rear 6 East 

Grady John, teamster, h. 6 Lechmere bldg. 

Grady Joseph, boards 73 Gore 

Grady Martin, liorseshoer, Main, corner 
Harvard, house do. 

Grady Thomas, boiler-maker, 72 Main 

Graf John U., student Epis. Theo. school, 
Brattle 

Graffam Louisa Mrs., h. 2 Coggswell pi. 

Gragg Frank P., salesman (49 Arch, B.), 
boards 10 Gardner 

Gragg George C., action-maker, 102 Broad- 
way, boards 10 Gardner 

Gragg Moses H., action-maker, 162 Broad- 
way, house 10 Garduer 

Graham Bernard, blacksmith, 92 Main, h. 

I Pioneer place 

Graham James, laborer, h. 89 Harvard 
Graham Jane, widow of Thomas, house 

II Dinsmore court 

Graham Malcom, pressman, h. 68 Fairmont 

Graham Maria Miss, clerk, 103 Cambridge, 
boards 67 do. 

Graham Michael, laborer John Reardon & 
Sons, house 56 Waverly 

Graham Patrick, laborer John Reardon & 
Sons, house 56 Waverly 

Graham Richard, molder, bds. 109 Third 

Graham Robert, house 34 Cherry 

Graham Sarah D. Miss, teacher Gore street 
primary school, boards 57 Third 

Graham Thomas A., mason, h. 122 Spring 

Graham Wm., laborer, h. 428 Cambridge 

Graham Wm. Rev., clergyman (Ferdinand, 
cor. Isabella, B.), house 57 Third 

Graham William W., baker, 315 Cam- 
bridge, boards do. 

Grahmbom Gustavus, blacksmith Burnett 
& Brown, h. 22 Pioneer avenue 

Grames Charles T., car-builder F. R. R., 
b. 8 Holyoke 

Grames Elbridge G., car-builder F. R. R., 
house 8 Holyoke 

Grand Charles, molder F. M. Holmes Fur- 
niture Co., house at Boston 

Grand George, molder F. M. Holmes Fur- 
niture Co., house at Boston 

Grandgent Chas. H., student H. U.» rooms 
34 Wendell 

Grandgent L. Hall, master English high 
school (Warren av., B. ), h. 34 Wendell 

Grandson William, laborer, h. 12 Elmer 

Graney Michael, teamster Michael Eagan, 
house 21 Valentine 

Granger John H., varnisher, 203 Bridge, 
boards 198 do. [Bridge 

Granger Mary, widow of Patrick, h. 198 

Granger Thomas, trimmer, 203 Bridge, h. 
94 Gore [Cambridge 

Grangh Charles H., shoemaker, house 144 



Grannan Daniel W , printer University 

Press, house 212 Green 
Grannan Ellen Mrs., house 227 Franklin 
Grannan James, boiler-maker, 72 Main, 

boards 374 do. 
Granner Amelia, widow, house 48 Pine 
Grant Albert, printer, house 3 Sands 
Grant Alfred, boards 8 Prince 
Grant Alfred S., cutter, 105 Magazine, h. 

at Somerville 
Grant Anna, widow, house 4 Suffolk 
Grant A. R. Mrs., action-maker, 162 Broad- 
way, house at Boston 
Grant Charles E., shoemaker (B.),h. 425 

Main 
Grant Daniel, cooper,h. Squire's blk., Gore 
Grant Elizabeth, widow, h. 19 Brewery 
Grant Elizabeth, wid. of Chas., h. 55 Fifth 
Grant Felix, laborer, house 147 Dublin 
Grant Frank A., mason (B.). b. 262 Sidney 
Grant George, cabinet-maker F. M. 
Holmes Furniture Co., h. at Charles- 
town 
Grant George F., dentist (86 Pinckney, 

B.), house 39 Sacramento 
Grant Geo. W., mason (B ), b. 262 Sidney 
Grant James (Grant & Mann), cabinet- 
maker, 384 Main, house 50 Union 
Grant James, farmhand, h. north of Mass. 

Central R. R., east of Hills crossing 
Grant James, stone-cutter, house 10 Eliot 
Grant James jr., upholsterer, b. 50 Union 
Grant John A., 17 Main, house at Boston 
Grant Joseph H., grocer (Watertown), h. 

Holworthy, near Belmont 
Grant Marcus M., shipper, 105 Magazine, 

house 8 Prince 
Grant Merrill H., wood-worker, 54 Bridge, 

house at Somerville 

Grant Percy S., student H. U., rooms 41 

Holyoke House [Sidney 

Grant Sarah N., widow of Elbridge, h. 262 

Grant Wallace M., machinist, house 122 

Broadway 
Grant William H., car-maker U. R. Co., 

Dunster, house at Somerville 
Grant & Mann (James Grant and James 
F. Mann), cabinet-makers and uphol- 
sterers, 384 Main 
Gratz Laura E. Miss, operator Western 
Union Telegraph Co., 625 Main, bds. 
40 Pearl [40 Pearl 

Gratz Louise H. Miss, copyist, 502 Main, b. 
Graustein Adolf, clerk, 15 Second, boards 

52 Lynde, Charlestown 
Graves Frank, painter, boards 559 Main 
Graves George, agent for Mass. Total Ab- 
stinence Society, h. 102 Thorndike 
Graves Geo. A. Mrs., wid., b. 25 William 
Graves George W., action-maker ,624 Main, 

house 25 William 
Graves Oliver B., assistant foreman Cam- 
bridge Tribune, house at Boston 
Graves Wm. H., key-finisher, 139 Broad- 
way, house 31 Grigg 
Gray Alice, teacher Webster grammar 
school, boards 52 Magazine 



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Gray Asa, Fisher Professor of Natural 

History EL U., house Botanic Garden, 

Garden, corner Linnssan 
Gray Elizabeth Miss, house 107 Green 
Gray Elizabeth Mrs., house 128 Pleasant 
Gray Frank, teamster, house Montgome- 
ry, 2d from Spruce 
Gray Geo. Z. d.d.. Dean Episcopal Theo. 

School, house 3 Mason 
Gray Hannah, wid. of Gideon, b. 693 Main 
Gray Harry, clerk, 122 Cambridge, boards 

58 Sixth 
Gray Henry, plasterer, house 329 Main 
Gray Horace J., deputy collector Internal 

Revenue (P. O. building, B.), house 

Bristol, corner Webster avenue 
Gray James, boards 17 Gerry 
Gray James, boiler-maker, 72 Main, house 

126 Green [445* Main 

Gray James M., waiter Memorial Hall, h. 
Gray John C, teamster, h. rear 8 Holyoke 
Gray John L., laborer, h. 159 Broadway 
Gray Joseph, laborer, house 2 George 
Gray Joshua P., box-maker, 3 Hampshire, 

boards 41 Franklin 
Gray Peter, steward, house 40 Plymouth 
Gray Peter, tinsmith (12 Marshall, B.), 

house Groveland, 1st from Spruce 
Gray Rebecca Miss, house 107 Green 
Gray Robert, bookbinder University Press, 

house 13 Hewes 
Gray Robert A., postal clerk (B.), house 7 

Pleasant place 
Gray Stephen, clerk (2 Lakeman market, 

B.), boards 142 Harvard 
Gray Stephen W., house 3 Lamson place 
Gray Walter, printer University Press, 

boards Wm. T. Swinnerton's, Cushing 
Gray William H., instructor House of 

Correction, house 90 Thorndike 
Grayson Peter, machinist (Charlestown, 

B.), house 60 North 
Grazaini Lewis, plaster-paris molder, h. 

1 Rogers block 
Greaves C. H., conductor U. R. Co. 
Greaves Thomas J., carriage-painter, h. 

Elm, corner White 
Grebenstein Edward W. , bookbinder Riv- 
erside Press, house 55 Green 
Greco Letterio C., hairdresser, 573 Main, 

house 19 Essex 
Greehan John B., cooper, h. 169 Winsor 
Greely Leauder, carpenter, builder and 

lumber, 113 Broadway, h. 13 Pleasant 
Greely Noah, house 80 Norfolk 
Greely Philip Mrs., house 13 Centre 
Greely Philip T. (177 State, B.), house 13 

Centre 
Greely Wm. B., clerk (B.), b. 13 Pleasant 
Green Allen M., clerk (69 Kilby, B.), h. 71 

Allston 
Green Andrew J., principal assessor, dis- 
trict 3, office City Hall, h. 28 Second 
Green Ansil W., foreman car- house U. R. 

Co., Dunster, house 18 do. 
Green Catherine, widow of Charles A., 

house 14 Washington avenue 



Green Charles, tobacco (127 Cambridge, 

B.), house 15 Hollis 
Green Charles G. (36 Hawley, B.), house 

14 Washington avenue 
Green Charles R., stair-builder, 113 Broad- 
way, house 15 State 
Green Cheney (12 Leather sq., B.), house 

34 Cottage 
Green Daniel, hostler, house 13 Sparks 
Green Elizabeth Winthrop Miss, teacher, 

17 Berkeley, boards 8 Story 
Green Eugene, laborer, bds. 23 Brighton 
Green Frank F., gardener, 273 North av- 
enue, house 21 Reed [vard 
Green Gustof, helper, 17 Main, h. 20 Har- 
Green Henry T., printer Riverside Press, 

house 81 School 
Green H. R., conductor U. R. Co. 
Green James, at Cambridge Rolling Mill, 

boards 163 Broadway 
Green James D., house 8 Story 
Green Jeremiah, clerk, 10 Broadway, "b.do. 
Green John, shoemaker, 119 Gore, h. do. 
Green John, laborer, boards 14 Vine 
Green John, hostler U. R. Co., Dunster 
Green John H., gas-fitter, h. 20 DeWolf 
Green John R., confectionery mnfr., 436 

Main, house 65 Green 
Green John S., organ-maker (Wareham, 

B.), house 71 Allston 
Green John W., teamster Work & Hay- 
ward, house 74 River 
Green Joseph W., variety store, 93 Main, 

house do. 
Green Lewis, laborer, house 70 Tremont 
Green Margaret, widow of John, house 
42 Foster [b. 589£ do. 

Green Michael, cigar maker, 599 Main, 
Green Nicholas St. John Mrs., h. 8 Story 
Green Oscar F., stair builder, h. 4 Seckel 
Green Patrick, laborer, house 14 Vine 
Green Philip, painter, h. 4 Cowperthwaite 
Green Thomas, fireman Revere Sugar Re- 
finery, house 80 Sixth 
Green Thomas, laborer, house 14 Reed 
Green Thomas H., gardener Cambridge 

Cemetery, boards 14 Reed 
Green Walter H, carver, bds. 74 River 
Green Wm. F., wood engraver, h. 4 Seckel 
Green William Lawrence, student H. U., 

rooms 22 Beck Hall 
Greene Albert T., artist's oil color mnfr., 

rear 382 Main, house 95 Green 
Greene Benj., musician, h. 60 Webster av. 
Greene Chas. A., conductor U. R. Co., 

boards Cambridge, corner Baldwin 
Greene Elbridge A. (Greene & Co. ), stoves, 
etc., 552, 651 and 653 Main, h. 97 Green 
Greene Harris R. Rev., pastor Second 

Baptist Society, house 122 Otis 
Greene James, boards 69 Elm 
Greene James, laborer, bds. 167 Broadway 
Greene John, laborer, house Burns block, 

Foster place 
Greene John, cabinet maker, bds. 69 Elm 
Greene Joseph G. jr., boots and shoes, 11 
Harvard row, boards 46 Mt. Auburn 



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Greene Joseph T., upholsterer, b. 69 Elm 
Greene Mary H., widow of Issacher A., 

house 95 Green 
Greene Peter, cabinet-maker, h. 69 Elm 
Greene Koland D., conductor U. R. Co., 

house Baldwin st. station U. R. Co. 
Greene Thomas L., varnisher, 203 Bridge, 

house 39 Gore 
Greene Walter A., organ action maker, 

624 Main, house 71 School 
Greene Warren L., boards 60 Webster av. 

GRfcENE .& CO. (Elbridge A. 
Greene), stoves, furnaces, gas and 
steam fitting, 552, 661 and 663 Main 
Greener Mary A.,widow.h. 63 Washington 

GRKEXLEAFALBELiT P./ ma- 
son, 469 and 509 Main, and 6 Doug- 
lass, paper-hangings, 469 Main, house 
464 do. [b. 9 Norfolk 

Greenleaf Eugene, clerk (122 Canal, B.), 
Greenleaf Geo. J., laborer, b. 94 Prospect 
Greenleaf Geo. W., plumber, house Chest- 
nut, corner Sidney 
Greenleaf James Mrs., house 76 Brattle 
Greenleaf Joseph, mason, h. r. 18£ Lopez 
Greenleaf Joseph, millwright, h. 28 Fifth 
Greenleaf Oliver P., mason, 26 Central 

square, house 49 Essex 
Greenleaf Robert W., rooms 76 Brattle 
Greenley Jennie Miss, seamstress Alms- 
house, Tannery, boards do. 
Greenough Henry, house 747 Cambridge 
Greenough James, flour (27 Doane, B.), 

house 33 Tremont 
Greenough James B., assistant professor 

of Latin H. U., house 10 Oxford 
Greenough James Jay, student H. U., 

rooms 5 Wadsworth House 
Greenough Joseph F., boards 9 Garden 
Greenough Walter C, crayon artist, 12 
White, boards 123 Oxford 

GREENOUGH W3I. A., pub. of 
the Cambridge City Directory, Bos- 
ton Business Directory, etc., etc. (31 

Milk, room 39. B. ) , house 18 Prescott 
Greenough Wm. H. Mrs., house 10 Garden 
Greenough Wm. P., flour (27 Doane, B.), 

house 123 Oxford, N. C. 
Greenslet Belden A., salesman (Court, 

B. ), house 9 Kinnaird 
Greenwood Christian, varnisher, house 7 

Muliin's court 
Greenwood Frederick H., carpenter, house 

222 Broadway 
Greenwood Lemuel A., overseer U. R. 

Co.'s stable, 201 Main, house 82 Green 
Greenwood Moses, salesman (177 and 181 

Congress, B.), house 8 Mellen 
Greenwood Wm. P., house 56 Auburn 
Greer Hiram, truckman (22 Kingston, B.), 

house 32 Second 
Greer John, furniture rubber, h. 24 Vine 
Gregory Chas. F., shoe mnfr., boards 6 

Maple avenue 
Gregory Frank B., student H. XL, boards 

Mrs. J. W. Harris', Francis avenue 
Gregory Franklin E., h. 6 Maple avenue 



Gregory Frederick W., com. mer. (3 Cen- 
tral wharf, B.), house 29 Lee 
Gregorv John P., agent Union Glass Co. 

(129 Milk, B.), house 86 Prospect 
Gregory Matthias, cooper J. H. Eames, 

house 130 Putnam avenue 
Gregory Thos. B., packer N. E. Glass Co., 

house 26 Fifth 
Gribben Bessie Miss, h. Charles, n. Sixth 
Gribbon J as., blacksmith, 72 Main, house 

.at East Boston 
Gridley Eunice M. Miss, h. 25 Prospect 
Gridley James F., house 61 Oxford 
Gridley Wm. A., salesman, 203 Bridge, 

house at Jamaica Plain 
Grieves Chas. H., brass-molder, boards 

104 Spring 
Grieves J. Edward, salesman (26 Summer, 

B.), house 148 Cambridge 
Grieves Sarah T., widow of Thos., house 

3 Sixth [Spring 

Grieves Walter F., coal weigher, bds. 104 
Grieves Wm. H., watchman N. E. Glass 

Works, house 104 Spring 
Griffin Appleton P. C., custodian of 
shelves Public Library (40Boylston, B.), 

house 729 Cambridge 
Griffin Arthur C, wheelwright, 270 North 

avenue, house 2 Henderson place 
Griffin Clarence E., student H. U., rooms 

58 Mt. Auburn 
Griffin Daniel K., bookkeeper (49 Fulton, 

B.), house 11 Fourth 
Griffin David, baker. 502 Main 
Griffin Dennis, laborer, hou^e 14 McCabe 
Griffin Dennis C. gents' furnishing goods, 

161 Bridge, house at Somerville 
Griffin Edward, teamster, house 32 North 
Griffin Eliphalet. carpenter, h. 26 Rice 
Griffin Frank, plumber, 5 Brattle, boards 

at Charlestown 
Griffin Geo. H., tinsmith, 220 North av., 

house 36 Coggswell avenue 
Griffin James, blacksmith, 368 Main, h. 

Auburn place 
Griffin Jas. A., brushmaker, b. 159 Spring 
Griffin John, laborer, boards 12 East 
Griffin John H., carpenter, house 2 Hen- 
derson place 
Griffin Mary, widow of Dennis, house 8 

Shepherd's block, Charles River 
Griffin Mary, wid. of Michael, h. 12 East 
Griffin Michael, bookbinder, boards 8 

Shepherd's block, Charles River 
Griffin Michael (Griffin & Dolan), soap 

mnfr., r. 13 Decatur, h. 75 Brookline 
Griffin Morris J., clerk, 161 Bridge, bds. at 

Somerville 
Griffin Stephen, laborer, h. 121 Harvard 
Griffin Sylvanus G., driver hose carriage 

No. 4, boards 32 Orchard 
Griffin Thos., book-gilder Riverside Press 
Griffin Thomas H., boards 8 Shepherd's 

block, Charles River 
Griffin Walter E., clerk, 225 North avenue, 

boards 26 Rice 
Griffin Wm., brass molder, b. 159 Spring 



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Griffin William, wheelwright, Brighton, 

cor. Murray, house Auburn place 
Griffin Woodbury, tuner, 162 Broadway, 

house at Greenwood 
Griffin & Dolan (Michael Griffin and John 

Dolan), soft soap manufacturers, rear 

13 Decatur 
Griffing Augustus P., house 85 Thorndike 
Griffis Elias D., tin-worker, 153 Putnam 

avenue, house 3 Gordon place 
Griffis George W., laborer, 153 Putnam 

avenue, boards 3 Gordon place 
Griffith James E., cabinet maker, 17 Main, 

house at Boston 
Griffith John J., laborer Wm. Reardon & 

Sons, boards 11 Valentine 
Griffiths George, teamster, 11 Bridge, bds. 

27 Second 
Griffiths John J., slater (232 Cambridge, 

B.), house 2 Rogers block, Main 
Griffiths William, planer, Rhoades build- 
ing, State, house 75 Hastings 
Griggs George W., at 139 Broadway, h. 

105 Winsor 
Griggs James B., clerk (B.), h. 52 Sidney 
Griggs Lucy J. Mrs., house 11$ Norfolk 
Grimes James H. (Grimes & Davis), gro- 

< cer, 395 Main, house at Somerville 
Grimes & Davis (James H. Grimes and 

Alma W. Davis), grocers, 395 Main 
Grimshaw Samuel, stamper, 153 Putnam 

av., boards John H. Sumner's, Lawn 
Griner Adolph, wood-turner, Otis, corner 

First, house 17£ Third 
Griner Peter, cabinet maker, h. 19 Third 
Griner Peter, laborer, house 184 Bridge 
Grinham John, grocer, 115 Pleasant.h. do. 
Grinham Patrick, currier, house Andrew 
Griswold Daniel C, prop. Boston Star 

Collar Co., house at Boston 
Griswold Freeman C, law student H. U., 

rooms 42 Beck Hall 
Griswold Loren E., student H. U., rooms 

65 Thayer Hall 
Groom Thomas, paper-box cutter, h. 137 

Hampshire 

GROSH GEORGE L.. (Citizens Ice 
Co.) boards 5S Elm 
Grose Edgar F., provisions, h. 84 School 
Grose William, provisions, h. 5 Suffolk 
Gross Mary E., widow of Robert G., house 

2* Hastings 
Grosslaub Augustus Henry,cabinet maker. 

house rear 107 Spring 
Grossman Charles, bootmaker, house 133 

Brookline 
Grossman Frederick.machinist (109 Court, 

B.), house 263 Putnam avenue 
Grother Herman, sugar-boiler,h. 50 Spring 
Grover Chester B., house 331 Broadway 
Grover Edward O., master Shepard gram- 
mar school, house at Arlington 
Grover Lucas B., house 335 Broadway 
Grover Nathan M., printers' detergent 

manufacturer, house 18 Kinnaird 
Grover Walter, clerk (34 Central, B.), bds. 

335 Broadway 



Grueby Edward L., American Net and 
Twine Co. (43 Commercial, B.), house 
33 Harris [8 Norfolk 

Grundin Amelia, widow of Charles F., h. 

Grunenwald Chris., varnisher, 162 Broad- 
way, house 2 Mullin's court 

Guddor Louis, brick-maker, h. Vassal lane 

Gudey Harmon, laborer, house rear 36 
Washington 

Guenther John, salesman (B.), house 507 
Main 

Guesler William, baker, boards 28 Fifth 

Guesnow Manuel, laborer, house 16 East 

Guest William, blacksmith, b. 12 Hamilton 

Guild Albert, house 44 Prospect 

Guild Charles E. jr., student H. IL, rooms 
32 Hollis Hall 

Guild Charles H., baker, h. 15 Myrtle pi. 

Guild, Church & Co. (Geo. M. Guild), 
piano mnfrs., Rhoades bldg., State 

Guild Frank H., machinist, 368 Main, bds. 
15 Myrtle place 

Guild George M. (Guild, Church & Co.), 
piano mnfr., Rhoades building, State, 
house at Boston 

Guild Henry E., law student H. U., rooms 
12 Gray's Hall 

Guild James E., machinist, 368 Main, bds. 
15 Myrtle place 

Guild Otis S., carriage-painter, 133 Main, 
house Hotel Brooks, Brooks 

Guilmartin James, teacher St. Thomas 
Aquinas College, house 35 Winsor 

Guilmet Joseph, currier, house 111 Dublin 

Guiney John, currier, house 65£ Spruce 

Guiney John, weigher John Reardon & 
Sons, house 54 Waverly 

Gummere Francis B., instructor in Eng- 
lish H. U., rooms 51 Gray's Hall 

Gummo Wm. H.. blacksmith,h. 67 Norfolk 

Gunn Alfred, laborer, house 17 South 

Gunn Wm. D., carriage-painter, 178 North 
avenue, house at West Somerville 

Gunning John J., clerk (B.),b. 3 Grotto pi. 

Gunnison Daniel O., painter, 63 Moore, h. 
64 In man 

Gunnison Eugene C, boards 64 Inman 

Gunnison Frederick A., clerk, b. 64 Inman 

Gunnison Jane, widow, boards C. Board- 
man's, Washington av., opp. Foxcroft 

Gunnison Sarah J., teacher Felton pri- 
mary school, boards 64 Inman 

Guppy Annie M. Mrs. (Guppy & Dear- 
born), dressmaker, 419 Camb., h. do. 

Guppy & Dearborn (Mrs. A. M. Guppy 
and Miss E. E. Dearborn), dressmak- 
ers, 419 Cambridge [Amory 

Gurney Edwin L., music teacher, house 15 

Gurney Ephraim W., University Professor 
of History H. U., h. 10 Fayerweather 

Gurney Hannah V., widow of Thomas, 
house 21 Brookline 

Gurney Henry F., driver U. R. Co., house 
12 Eliot 

Gurney Thos. E., mason, h. 21 Brookline 

Gurnham Thomas (Dunn & Gurnham), 
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Gurry Edward, mat. mnfr., house rear 126 

Brookline 
Gurry John, laborer, house 210 Sidney 
Gurry John F. (O'Brien & Gurry), horse- 

shoer. 498 Main, house 18 Blanche 
Gurry John N., boards 2 Lawrence 
Gushee Edward M. Rev., rector St. Peter's 

church, house 30 Lee 
Gushee Julia S. Miss, teacher City pri- 
mary school, Almshouse, Tannery, 
boards 30 Lee 
Gustafson John, machinist, bds. 23 Sidney 
Gutheim Sophia, widow of Frederick L., 
cigar mnfr., 130 Cambridge, house 60 
Spring 
Gutland Michael, butcher Niles Bros. 
Gutman Hugh T., tinsmith (112 Harrison 

avenue. B.), house 23 Sargent 
Gutman Joseph H., clerk, bds. 23 Sargent 
Guyer Lewis B,, boots and shoes, 97 Cam- 
bridge, house 38 Fourth 
Guyett Charles, cornice maker, house 171 

Winsor 
Gwynne James A., clerk, b. 53 Broadway 
Gwynne Samuel, boiler-maker, 92 Main, 
house 53 Broadway 

HAAG JACOB, cigar maker (B.), house 

17 Lopez [Boston 

Haber George, at 139 Broadway, house at 
Hackett Benjamin W., salesman (115 Fed- 
eral, B. ), house 13 Sacramento 
Hackett Bridget, widow of Patrick, house 

104 Franklin 
Hackett Henry, packer, 162 Broadway, 

house 201 Norfolk 
Hackett Henry C, letter carrier, 611 Main, 

boards at Boston 
Hackett Jacob, teamster, Lyceum Ex- 
change, Harvard square, h. 4^ South 
Hackett John, boiler-maker, 72 Main 
Hackett John, safe-maker, 17 Main, house 

at Maiden 
Hackett John Mrs., house 16 Hancock 
Hackett John H., at University Press, 

house 176 Green [S3 Brattle 

Hackett Mertie, at University Press, bds. 
Hackett Walter H„ printer University 

Press, house 83 Brattle 
Hadcock Charles E., U. K. Co., house 54 

Trowbridge 
Hadley Clarence V., sign-painter, 76 Gore, 

boards 36 Fourth 
Hadley Elbridge J., trimmer, 203 Bridge, 

house 51 Winter 
Hadley George A., printer, bds. 36 Fourth 
Hadley Lucy J., widow of Elijah L., house 

12 Bow 
Hadley Martha J., widow of William P., 

house 35 Market 
Hadley Nathaniel L, bootmaker, 76 Gore, 

house 36 Fourth [Cherry 

Hadley Winslow N., carpenter, boards 62 
Hadwick Charles C, student H. U., rooms 

11 Thayer Hall 
Haensch Bernhardt, piano-action maker, 

house 92 Sixth 



Haffelder Fred, foreman butchers, 169 
Gore, house Squire's court 

Hagan Bridget, widow of Daniel, house 
181 Cambridge 

Hagan Mary, widow of Peter, house 104 
Brookline [104 Brookline 

Hagan Patrick, butcher, 169 Gore, boards 

Hagan Patrick, blacksmith, h. 93 Brook- 
line [1< i4 Brookline 

Hagan Peter, cooper J. H. Eames, boards 

Hagar Fred W., chief of police, office Cen- 
tral sq. bldg., Central sq., h. 9 Antrim 

Hagar Fred W. jr., clerk P. O., Harvard 
square, boards 12 Norfolk 

Hagar Harry, boards 9 Antrim 

Hagen Hermann A,, prof, of Entomology 
Museum of Comparative Zoology H. 
U. , house 7 Putnam avenue 

Hagerty Jeremiah, grocer, 1 Jefferson, h. 
23 Warren 

Hagerty Mary, widow, house 22 Sparks 
. Hagerty Patrick, horse-shoer U. R. Co., 
Dunster, house 28 Flaeg 

Hagerty Patrick, laborer, h. 8 McCabe 

Hagerty Thomas, blacksmith, b. 11 Winter 

Hagerty Thomas, hackman, house rear 
116 Brookline 

Hahmann Antoine, varnisher, 162 Broad- 
way, house at Boston 

Hain Nicholas, carver, h. 167 Thorndike 

Haines Alvin M., bookkeeper and weigher 

Almshouse, Tannery, boards do. 
; Haines Fred S., student H. U., rooms 21 
Felton building 

Haines John P., at Boston Diatite Co. 
(31 Milk, B.), house 67 Wright 
| Haines John W., silverer Union Glass Co. 

(Somerville), house 234 Broadway 
I Haines Samuel L, bookkeeper (16 Canal, 
B. ), boards 125 Prospect 

naines, see Haynes 

HAL BE KG NICHOLAS, coach- 
maker, 22 Broadway, house 137 Main 
; Halbert Walter A., student H. U., rooms 
20 Prescott 
Halbretta Antonio, butcher, rm. 56 Spring 
Hale Aaron (Hale, Teele, & Bisbee), soap 
mnfr., Davis, house 341 Broadway 

HALE EDWIN B„ lawyer (209 
Washington, rooms 39 and 40, B.j, b. 
387 Harvard 
Hale Gertrude E. Miss, teacher Webster 

grammar school, boards 11 Felton 
Hale Henry L., engineer, Mt. Auburn 
cemetery, boards 36 Ash 

nALE, TEELE & BISBEE (Aaron 
Hale, S. P. Teele and John Bisbee), 
soap manufacturers, Davis, corner 
Broadway, office (15 Chatham, B.) 
Hale Thomas K., expressman, h. 63 Inman 
Hales Arthur, carpenter, h. 140 Garden 
Haley Chas. B., com. mer., flour and prod- 
uce (4 and 8 Commercial, B.), house 
57 River 
Haley Charles E., fancy goods (11 Avon, 

B.), house 14 Ellery 
Haley Christopher, laborer, h. 132 Garden 



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Haley Daniel, laborer, house 183 Dublin 
Haley Daniel, laborer, h. 174 Franklin 
Haley Dennis, laborer, house Rolling Mill 

block, Portland 
Haley Dennis F., laborer University Press, 

boards 149 Franklin 
Haley Edmund, laborer, house 15 Reed 
Haley Edwin L., salesman (229 Franklin, 

B.), house 144 Magazine 
Haley E. N., widow of Jesse, h. 10 Winsor 
Haley Harry, teamster J. A. Wellington, 

house 3 Fifth 
Haley Henry, house 40 Clark 
Haley Honora, wid. of Dennis, h. 6 Laurel 
Haley James, horse trader, house 23 Vine 
Haley James, laborer, house 47 School 
Haley James, teamster, boards 9 Sparks 
Haley Jeremiah, house 18 Bay 
Haley Jesse W., engineer (45 Oliver, B.), 

house 10 Winsor 
Haley Joanna, wid. of David, h. 21 Sparks 
Haley John, meat inspector, house 323 

Cambridge 
Haley John, house 13 Vine 
Haley John, hostler, 249 Cambridge, h. 37 

Jefferson 
Haley John, iron molder, Third, corner 

Bent, boards 47 School 
Haley John, laborer, house 29 Winthrop 
Haley John, laborer, bds. 34 Hampshire 
Haley John, laborer, 211 Bridge, boards 

3 Fifth 
Haley John H., clerk, 244 Broad way.house 

05 Columbia [Decatur 

Haley John P., baker. 502 Main, house 17 
Haley John W., laborer, bds. 21 Sparks 
Haley Margaret, wid. of Jas., h. 38 Foster 
Haley Mary, widow of Frank, h. 49 Vine 
Haley Mary, widow of Jason, house 150 

Thorndike 
Haley Mary A. Miss, bds. 17 Kirkland 
Haley Michael, city laborer, house 183 

Hampshire . [shire 

Haley Michael, carpenter, h. 128 Hamp- 
Haley Michael, junk, house 49 Vine 
Haley Michael jr., baker, 502 Main, bds. 

183 Hampshire 
Haley Patrick, city laborer, h. 45 Amory 
Haley Patrick, laborer, house 14 McCabe 
Haley Patrick, teamster, 550 Main, house 

208 Franklin 
Haley Thomas, boards 6 Winter 
Haley Thomas, driver U. R. Co. 
Haley Thomas, laborer, h. 149 Franklin 
Haley Thomas J., painter, h. 183 Dublin 
Haley Timothy H., molder, Third, corner 

Bent, boards 47 School 

HALEY TIMOTHY W„ plumber, 
10 Brattle, house 73 River 
Haley William, sawyer, 162 Broadway, 

house 235 do. 
Haley Wm., slater, house 58 Amory 
Haley William, baker, 502 Main 
Halgrin John, slater, house 30 Banks 
Haliburton George M., adv. agent, house 

15 Market [Market 

Haliburton James A., carpenter, bds. 15 



Haliburton Thomas A., clerk (149 Sum- 
mer, B.), house 15 Market 

Hall Andrew C, laborer, h. 61 Washington 

Hall Arthur, musician, h. r. 176 Camb'ge 

Hall Asaph, student H. U., rooms 10 Hol- 
lis Hall 

Hall Barnabas Y., ivory layer, 139 Broad- 
way, house 27 Hamilton 
HALL CHARLES E., marble (69 
Charlestown, and 99 to 101 Haverhill, 
B.), house 411 Broadway 

Hall Charles H., veterinary surgeon, Pros- 
pect House, 596 Main, boards do. 

Hall Charles W., clerk (B.), boards 15 
Pleasant place [h. do. 

Hall Ebenezer M.. shoemaker, 176- Gore, 

Hall Edmund J., agent (234 State, B.), 
house 210 Harvard 

Hall Edward H., bookseller (32 Bromfield, 
B ), house 6 Langdon 

Hall Edward L., clerk (32 Bromfield, B.), 
house 6 Langdon 

Hall Edwin A., parlor car conductor (B. 
L. & C. R. R.), house 22 Winsor 

Hall Edwin H., instructor in Physics H. 
U., rooms 33 Holyoke House 

Hall Elbridge G., driver Cambridge Laun- 
dry, house 3(1 Fairmont 

Hall Etta H. Miss, dressmaker, 210 Har- 
vard, house do. 

Hall Forest F., diiver U. R. Co. 

Hall Frank H., clerk, 610 Main, boards 15 
Pleasant place 

Hall Frederick S., student H. U., rooms 
24 Holyoke House 

Hall Geo. E., clerk, 6 Brattle, house 12 
Plympton 

Hall George W., clerk (B.), b. 8 Cottage 

Hall Henry C, foieman of fly finishers, 
162 Broadway, house 5 Felton 

Hall Henry E., confectioner (37 Union, B.), 
boards 34 Brookline 

Hall Henry I., agent (234 State, B.), bds. 
210 Harvard 

Hall Henry M., student H. U., rooms 22 
Felton building 

Hall Herbert O., brush-maker, 32 First, 
boards at Boston 

Hall Hiram K., teamster, house rear 122 
Broadway 

Hall Isaac P., broker (B.), h. 74 Hancock 

Hall Jackson E., painter, h. 34 Brookline 

Hall James E. (Thurston, Hall & Co.), 
cracker baker, 31 and 33 Elm, house 
1 Greenough avenue 

Hall James H. (Thurston, Hall & Co.), 
cracker baker, 31 and 33 Elm, house 
9 Gardner 

Hall James M., student H. U., rooms 24 
Thayer Hall 

Hall James M. W., merchant (12 Central 
wharf, B.), house 127 North avenue 

Hall Jane S., wid. of Oliver, h. 22 Winsor 

Hall John, cooper, 502 Main, boards 327 
Cambridge 

Hall John, laborer, h. 30 Charles River 

Hall John M., varnisher (B.), h. 23 River 



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Hall John M. Mrs., confectionery, 25i 

River, house 23 do. 
Hall Joseph, sawyer, h. r. 7 Webster av. 

HALiL LEWIS, president Lechmere 
National Bank, 66 Cambridge, house 

Cambridge, near Hovey's nurseries 
Hall Lydia J., widow, h. 187 Hampshire 
Hall Margaret B. Mrs., house 127 North 

avenue 
Hall Matthew, cooper, 502 Main, house 327 

Cambridge [Dorchester 

Hall N W., slipper-maker, 37 Clark, h. at 
Hall Orrin, house 6 Follen 
Hall Quincy, conductor U. R. Co. 
Hall Robert B. Mrs., house 5 Avon 
Hall R. C, machinist, 368 Main 
Hall Samuel, fly-finisher, 162 Broadway, 

house 231 do. 
Hall Samuel W. Mrs., h. 127 North av. 
Hall Stephen A., mnfg. confectioner, 280 

Broadway, house 242 Harvard 
Hall Susan, nurse, house 12 Pine 
Hall Thomas H., molder. Third, corner 

Bent, house 188 Harvard 
Hall Thomas S., police, station 1, house 

15 Pleasant place [Prospect I 

Hall Thomas V., bookkeeper (B.), bds. 4 ' 
Hall Vernon H., conductor U. R. Co., 

rooms 12 Eliot 
Hall Walter S., messenger Custom House 

(B. ), boards 40 Putnam avenue 
Hall Wilder F., machinist, 368 Main, h. 

68 Pleasant 
Hall William C, laborer, house 20 Union 
Hall William H„ house 6 Blanche 
Hall Wm. H., at 139 Broadway, h. 500 Main 
Hall Wm. H. S., hairdresser, house 36 

Hampshire 
Hall Wm. P., shoemaker (B.), h. 27 Grigg 
Hall Wm. S., lawyer (8 Congress, B.), bds. 

6 Follen [Main, h. do. 

Haller Christian F., glass-blower, rear 577 
Hallesy Patrick, laborer, house 1 Bedford 
Hallett Frank R., clerk (75 Blacks tone, 

B.), rooms 539-J- Main 
Hallett Nelson, upholsterer (53 Elm, B.), 

house 50 Prospect 
Hallett Wm. A., captain B. S. Co. (53 

Central wharf, B.), h. 66 Magazine 
Hallett Wm. J., boards 66 Magazine 
Halliday Henry A. (Halliday & Warren), 

coal, etc., 436£ Main, house 72 Elm 
Halliday John B., cutter, 211 North ave- 
nue, house 196 do. 
Halliday Luke, laborer, h. 70 Harvard 
Halliday & Warren (Henry A. Halliday 

and Thomas H. Warren), coal and 

wood, 436^ Main 
Hallimm Ellen T., widow of Patrick, h. 

3 Coggswell place 
Hallock Henry P., machinist, boards Lau- 
ra Hallock's, Lake View avenue 
Hallock Laura S., widow of John S., house 

Lake View av., near pumping station 
Halloran Daniel, wines, liquors, etc., 269 

Cambridge, house do. 
Halloran Ed ward. gardener, h. 98Kinnaird 



Halloran Edward, printer Riverside Press, 

house 138 Pleasant [Green 

Halloran Ellen, widow of Daniel, h. 178 
Halloran John J., brass-finisher,368 Main, 

boards 178 Green 
Halloran John T., plumber, b. 249 Franklin 
Halloran Mary, widow of Timothy, house 

249 Franklin 
Halloran Patrick, laborer, b. 249 Franklin 
Halloran Timothy Mrs., h. 239 Franklin 
Halse Alexander, brass-m older, house 86 

Banks 
Halse Edwin, boards 181 Harvard 
Halse Richard, brass-finisher, 368 Main, 

boards 51 School 
Halstead Albert C, tinsmith, h*. 57 Inman 
Ham James E., key-maker, 143 Broadway, 

boards 5 Cottage 
Ham Nathaniel, carpenter, h. 5 Cottage 
Hambler Allen, tin-peddler, house rear 

203 Franklin 
Hamblet Edward P., clerk (229 Franklin, 

B.), boards 854 Main 
Hamblet Sarah E. Mrs., house 854 Main 
Hamblett John F.. conductor B. L. & C. 

R. R., house 138 Cambridge 
Hamburger Benedict, h. Harvey,n. Clifton 
Hamill Samuel S., organ builder, 101 and 

103 Gore, house 102 Otis 
Hamilton Angus M. .laborer, h. 124 Spring 
Hamilton Annie, widow of John, house 

17 Willard 
Hamilton Benj., laborer, h. r. 7 Hastings 
Hamilton Charles, key-finisher, house 61 

Plymouth [shire 

Hamilton Charles, box-maker, b. 1 Hamp- 
Hamilton Charles, compositor (18 Haw- 
ley, B.), house 28 Mt. Auburn 
Hamilton David, brass-finisher (Fulton, 

B. ), house 86 Allston 
Hamilton Edward F.. elevator-tender (31 

Milk, B. ), boards 56 Hastings 
Hamilton Eugene, tailor, h. 243 Cambridge 
Hamilton Fernanda, laborer, house 27 

Washington [ington 

Hamilton George P., janitor, b. 41 Wash- 
Hamilton George S., salesman (103 Wash- 
ington, B.), house 190 Cambridge 
Hamilton James, porter (107 Milk, B.), 

house 56 Hastings [Spring 

Hamilton James, wood-turner, house 124 
Hamilton James A., driver, 565£ Main, 

boards 59 Franklin [H. U. 

Hamilton James A., waiter Memorial Hall 
Hamilton Maria, widow, boards Henry Ty- 
ler's, Avon Hill street 
Hamilton Michael, laborer, h. 22 McCabe 
Hamilton Peter, porter, b. 23 Washington 
Hamilton Sarah, widow of Samuel, house « 

rear 9 Fifth 
Hamilton Thomas T., blacksmith, 356 

Main, house rear 105 Spring 
Hamilton William, at Riverside Press, 

boards 5 Sparks 
Hamilton Wm., fireman, h. 41 Washington 
Hamilton Wm.. manager Centennial Am. 

Tea Co., teas., 527 Main, house do. 



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Hamilton Wm. A., carpenter, h. 50 Spruce 

Hamlen Elizabeth, widow of Willis C, 
house 12 Rockwell 

Hamlen Frank H., fly-finisher, 624 Main, 
boards 12 Rockwell 

Hamlen Hattie A. Miss, teacher Willard 
primary school, boards 12 Rockwell 

Hamlen Willis C, clerk (Shoe and Leather 
Asso., Boston), boards 12 Rockwell 

Hamlet William D., cashier (Young's Ho- 
tel, Boston), boards 2 Columbia 

Hamlett George, laborer Hall's wharf, 
house at West Medford 

Hamlin Addison, student H. U., rooms 29 
Matthews Hall 

Hamlin Charles E., assistant in Concholo- 
gy and Paleontology Museum of Com- 
parative Zoology, house 11 Mellen 

Hamlin Charles E., student H. U., rooms 
29 Matthews Hall 

Hamlin Charles S., student H. U., rooms 
7 Gray's Hnll 

Hamlin Emmons, director M. & H. Organ 
Co., 162 Broadway, h. at Winchester 

Hamlin Frank, student H. U., rooms 5 
Holyoke House 

Hamlin George B., printer (319 Washing- 
ton, Boston), house 98 Otis 

Hamlin William, organ tuner, 624 Main, 
boards at Boston [Harvard 

Hammond Arthur, blacksmith, house 29 

Hammond Betsey B., widow of Nathaniel 
O., house 166 Cambridge 

Hammond Charles M., student H. U., 
rooms 15 Hoi worthy Hall 

Hammond Elizabeth M. Mrs.,b. 18 Sidney 

Hammond Gardiner G., student H. U., 
rooms 15 Holworthy Hall 

Hammond George P., boarding-stable, 88 
North avenue, house 12 Forest 

Hammond Geo. W, engineer Cambridge 
gas works, Third, house at Everett 

Hammond Hannah M. Mrs., house 11 
Leighton's court 

Hammond James M., glass-cutter, house 
99 Spring 

Hammond John W. (Hammond & Pope). 
lawyer, 555 Main, house 332 Broadway 

Hammond Joseph W, agent (282 Devon- 
shire, Boston), house 10 Forest 

Hammond Sumner B., driver U. R. Co., 
house 106 Tremont 

Hammond William G., tinsmith, house 
rear 189 Hampshire 

Hammond & Pope (John W. Hammond 
and Chas. G. Pope), lawyers, 555 Main 

Hammons Georgiana, widow, boards 527 
Cambridge 

Hammutz Caroline, widow of Joseph, 
house rear 81 Sixth 

Hampson David, engineer (95 Milk. Bos- 
ton), house 222 Green f Green 

Hampson Frank I)., machinist, boards 222 

HANCOCK CHARLES E., real es- 
tate agent, 593$ Main, h. 46 Pleasant 
Hancock Edwin F. (J. Hancock & Co.), 
harness-maker, 570 Main, h. 572 do. 



Hancock John (J. Hancock & Co.), har- 
ness-maker, 570 Main, h. 75 Franklin 

Hancock John, laborer, house 7 Murdock 

Hancock J. & Co. (John and Edwin F. 
Hancock), harness-makers, 570 Main 

Hancock Robert A., clerk (110 North, 
Boston), boards 111 Austin 

Hancock Solomon, com. merchant (76 
State, Boston), house 25 Pearl 

Hand James, musician, house 88 Spring 

Hand Sarah, widow of Bernard, house 
194 Dublin 

Haney Bridget, wid. of John, h. 20 Prince 

Haney Maria L. Miss, house 20 Prince 

Hanify James F., hostler, 120 Green, house 
44 Kinnaird 

Hanks Charles Stedman, lawyer (20 
Court, B.), and clerk Charles River 
Street Railway, 484 Main, boards 
387 Harvard 

Hanks Mary H. Miss, teacher Washington 
grammar school, boards 387 Harvard 

Hanks Stedman W., clergyman and agent 
of Seaman's Friend Society (Beacon, 
cor. Somerset, B.), house 387 Harvard 

Hanley Cornelius, cooper, h. 202 Bridge 

Hanley Edward, grocer (Somerville), house 
88 Franklin 

Hanley John, baker, 180 North avenue, 
house at Somerville 

Hanley John, boiler maker, b. Ross House 

Hanley John, varnisher, 203 Bridge, house 
102 Gore 

Hanley John, laborer, house r. 55 Amory 

Hanlon Edward, laborer, h. 15 Hayes ct. 

Hanlon George O., picture frame maker, 
house 287 Cambridge 

Hanlon James, laborer, h. 15 Hayes court 

Hanlon John, action maker, 162 Broad- 
way, house 14 Clark 

Hanlon John, teamster, house 104 Third 

Hanlon J., driver U. R. Co. 

Hanlon Michael J., action maker, 162 
Broadway, house 14 Clark 

Hanlon Morgan, fireman Revere Sugar 
Refinery, house 63 North 

Hanlon Morris, action maker, 162 Broad- 
way, house 1 Seckel 

Hanlon Peter, brass molder, 368 Main, 
house rear 18 Lopez 

Hanlon Thomas, house 431 Cambridge 

Hanlon Thomas H., restaurant, 109 Third, 
house do. 

Hanlon William, stone-cutter, house 301 
Cambridge 

Hanna Robert C, stucco-worker (150 Mt. 
Vernon, Boston), house 47 Market 

Hanna William J., plumber, 200£ North 
avenue, house 9 Rice 

Hannaford Daniel W., laborer, house 
Concord avenue, corner New 

Hannaford Timothy, hostler, h. 138 Elm 

Hannaford Timothy, teamster, house 2 
Jefferson 

Hannon Ann, wid. of John, h. 154 Third 

Hannon Edward F., laborer, b. 154 Third 

Hannon James, helper, boards 110 Spring 



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Harmon John, laborer, boards 154 Third 
Hannon John, baker, h. 92 Webster av. 
Hannon Martin J., weigher, 126 Portland, 

house Rolling Mill block, Bristol 
Hannon Michael, hostler U. R. Co., boards 

25 Cowperthwaite 
Hannon Patrick, laborer, h. 110 Spring 
Hannon Thomas J., straight-molder, First, 

comer Thorndike, house 119 Spring 
Hannum Esther F. Miss, teacher Webster 

grammar school, house 27 William 
Hannum Henry, confectioner, 602 Main 
Hannum H. Flora, teacher, h. 27 William 
Hannum Laura A., widow of Alexander, 

house 27 William 

HANNUM LBANDER M., grocer 
and real estate agent, 549 Main, and 
proprietor Cambridge Ice Co., 120 

Hampshire, house 27 William 
Hanscom Arthur C, clerk (44 Kilby, B.), 

boards 4 Rice [h. 4 Rice 

Hanscom Catherine M., widow of Jacob, 
Hanscom Daniel, carpenter, h. 46 Sidney 
Hanscom Emmons, clerk, 610 Main, house 

5 Village 
Hanscom Geo. E., mariner, b. 46 Sidney 
Hanscom Henry C., carpenter, h. 7 Austin 
Hanscom James S., foreman, 92 Main, 

house 17 William 
Hanscom John, box-maker, 3 Hampshire, 

house 237^ Broadway (William 

Hanscom May A. Miss, dressmaker, b. 17 
Hanscom Walter J., boards 4 Rice 
Hanscom Wm. H.,carpenter,b.46 Pleasant 
Hanscom Wm. P., piano action maker, 

house 9 Elm [avenue 

Hanscom Wm. S., carpenter, h. 372 North 
Hansis John C, wood-molder, Otis, cor- 
ner First, house rear 117 Otis 
Hanson Albert, machinist, 17 Main, house 

at Boston 
Hanson Charles Mrs., house 14 Jay 
Hanson David, tinsmith,h. 138 Hampshire 
Hanson Frank, at 169 Gore, boards 143 do. 
Hanson Frank, safe-maker, 17 Main, h. 

at Wakefield 
Hanson Geo. W., trimmer, 162 Broadway, 

house at Montvale 
Hanson John W., sewing-machine agent, 

house 8 Austin [av. 

Hanson Mary A., widow, h. 267 Putnam 
Hanson Mary A., widow of Joseph L., h. 

8 Prospect [Banks, c. Flagg 

Hanson Morris, butcher, 218 Green, bds. 
Hanson R. Henry, milkman, 43 and 45 

Pine, house 41 do. 
Hanson Wm., coachman, house 50 Clark 
Hanson Wm., laborer, h. 267 Putnam av. 
Hanson Wm. S., printer, house 45 Wright 
Hapgood Luke B., shoes (63 High, B.), h. 

3 Walnut avenue [Norfolk 

Hapgood Luther, police, station 2, h. 67 
Hapgood Richard, supt. U. R. Co., house 

2 Prospect 
Harcus David E., laborer, house 116 Gore 
Hardigan David, laborer, b. 34 Hampshire 
Hardigan Thomas, laborer, h. 51 Clark 



Harding Bros. (Charles F. and Edward A. 

Harding), provisions, 69 Norfolk 
Harding Charles F. (Harding Bros.), pro- 
visions, 69 Norfolk, house 32 Tremont 
Harding Chas. L., com. mer. (202 Devon- 
shire, B.), house 560 Cambridge 
Harding Edgar, com. mer. (202 Devon- 
shire, B.), house 26 Maple avenue 

Harding Edward A. (Harding Bros.), 69 
Norfolk, boards 211 Harvard 

Harding Edward K., livery stable, 70 
Norfolk, house 267 Broadway 

Harding Elijah H., envelope mnfr. (120 
State, B.), boards 41 River 

Harding Geo. F., student H. U., rooms 9 
Holyoke House 

Harding Hamlin R., sec. Metropolitan R. 
R. (16 Kilby, B.), house 20 Clinton 

Harding Isaac N., house 288 Harvard 

Harding Richard B. jr., express (34 F. H. 
square, B.), house 168 Norfolk 

Harding Samuel G., paper, etc., Austin, 
house 48 Pleasant [Norfolk 

Harding Seymour W., express, boards 168 

Harding Theodore P., clerk (15 Chauncy, 
B. ), boards 20 Clinton 

Harding Walter H., clerk water regis- 
trar's office, City Hall, b. 20 Clinton 

Harding Wm. M., laborer, house 61 North 

Hardon Henry W., law student H. U., 
rooms 8 Hollis Hall 

Hardwick Melbourne, engraver (B.), bds. 
55 Columbia 

Hardy Chas. S., com. mer. (44 Broad, B.), 
house 54 Pleasant 

Hardy Francis D.. house 51 Pleasant 

Hardy Francis D. jr. (Henry Thayer & 
Co. ), chemist, 150 Broadway,h. 50 Erie 

Hardy Margaret Miss, h. 434 Cambridge 

Hardy Wm. H., action maker, 162 Broad- 
way, house 3 Greenough avenue 

Hare Francis A., steam-fitter, house 22 
School street court 

Hare John, waiter Memorial Hall 

Haren Frederick, currier, house Harvey, 
near Jackson 

Harkins Michael, baker, h. 14 Plymouth 

Harkins Philip P., restaurant, 18 Brattle, 
rooms rear 65 Mt. Auburn 

Harland H., student H. U., rooms 26 
Divinity Hall 

Harlow Abbie Miss, house 39 Pine 

Harlow Albert F., bookkeeper Revere Su- 
gar Refinery, Water, h. 29 Fayette 

Harlow Charles, trunk-maker, Rhoades 
bldg., State, house 39 Pine 

Harlow Geo. L., salesman (450 Washing- 
ton, B.), house 223 Harvard 

Harlow Henry W., student H. U., rooms 
8 Holworthy Hall 

Harlow J. Hayden, clerk, 549 Main, house 
19 Lawrence [Union 

Harmon Alonzo A., teamster, house 44 

Harmon Frank, teamster, b. 43 Union 

Harmon William D., hostler, h. 43 Union 

Harmon William F., teamster (cellar 19 F. 
H. market, B.), house 43 Union 



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Harnden Edwin H., clerk (394 Washington, 

B.), boards Elm, corner Tenney 
Harney G. Julian, house 16 Shepard 
Harney Margaret, widow of Michael, h. 

17 Tuttle 
Harney Marie, teacher, h. 16 Shepard 
Harney Michael, butcher Niles Bros., 

boards 17 Tuttle 
Harney Patrick, mason, house 15 Tuttle 
Haron John D., blacksmith, 232 North 

avenue, house at Waverly 
Haron James A., blacksmith, 232 North 

avenue, house at Waverly 
Harper William T., carpenter, b.30 Sidney 
Harrell David, clothes-cleaner (9 Brattle 

square, B.), house 42 Union 
Harries John D. C, shipper Riverside 

Press, boards 109 Auburn 
Harrigan Bernard, safe-maker, 17 Main, 

house at Boston 
Harrigan Charles J., express, Lyceum 

building, Harvard sq., b. 24 DeVVolf 
Harrigan Daniel, bookbinder Riverside 

Press 
Harrigan Dennis, machinist B. L. & C. R. 

R. shop, house at Somerville 
Harrigan Jeremiah, laborer, h. 2') Carson 
Harrigan Michael, teamster, 180 Main, 

house 49 Harvard 
Harriman Alonzo S., police, station 1, 

house 5 Story 
Harriman Moses, machinist Am. Net & 

Twine Co., rooms 149 Cambridge 
Harrington Adeline Miss, h. rear 52 Fifth 
Harrington Albert O., hairdresser (7 P. O. 

square, B.), house 12 Broadway 
Harrington Annie, house 12 McCabe 
Harrington Bartholomew, house 10 East 
Harrington Bernard, laborer, h. 30 Warren 
Harrington Bridget Mrs., house rear 15 

Washington 
Harrington Charles A., bookkeeper, 12 

Cambridge, boards 65 Otis 
Harrington Charles, student H. U., boards 

1 Garden 
Harrington Charles H., engineer F. R. R., 

house 383 Cambridge 
Harrington Cornelius, laborer B. & M. R. 

R., house 3 Lechmere square 
Harrington Daniel, assistant janitor Zo- 
ological Museum, house Crescent, 4th 

on left from Oxford 
Harrington Daniel, house 13 Brewery 
Harrington Daniel, brushmaker, 12 Gore, 

boards 10 East 
Harrington Daniel, house 186£ Bridge 
Harrington Dennis, laborer, h. 192 Bridge 
Harrington Edward A., piano action 

maker, Rhoades building, State, bds. 

24 Prince 
Harrington Edward J., clerk, bds. 6 Fifth 
Harrington Eliza Mrs., boarding-house 60 

Brattle 
Harrington Eliza F., widow of Enoch, 

house foot of Washington avenue 
Harrington Frank A., student H. U., bds. 

1 Garden 



Harrington George F., bds. 84 Chestnut 

Harrington Henry, tin-plate worker (36 
Union, B.), house 24 Prince 

Harrington I. B., conductor U. R. Co. 

Harrington James, laborer, h. 17 McCabe 

Harrington Jas., laborer, h. r. 198 Bridge 

Harrington Jeremiah, hostler, Church, 
house Murray, near Eliot 

Harrington Jeremiah, liquors, 2 Winter, 
house 4 do. 

Harrington John (John Harrington & 
Clark), granite, Gore wharf, Third, 
and marble (458 Tremont, B.), house 
at Somerville 

Harrington John, dry goods (17 Tremont 
row, B.), h. foot of Washington av. 

Harrington John, laborer Riverside Oil 
Works, boards 151 Otis 

Harrington John, laborer, h.210 Columbia 

Harrington John, laborer, b. 51 Holyoke 

Harrington John <fc Clark (John Harring- 
ton and Edward J. Clark), granite 
works, Gore wharf, Third, and mar- 
ble works (458 Tremont, B.) 

Harrington John J., hostler, Church, 
house Murray, near Eliot 

Harrington John L., inspector water reg- 
istrar's office, City Hall, h. 84 Chestnut 

Harrington L. G., driver U. R. Co. 

Harrington Margaret, widow of Patrick, 
house 4 Linehan block, Third 

Harrington MaryE., widow of John, house 
6 Fifth 

Harrington Mary E. G. Miss, teacher Wil- 
lard primary school, b. 84 Chestnut 

Harrington Michael, baker, 912 Main, 
boards 9 Remington 

Harrington Michael, laborer,b.20 Somerset 

Harrington Patrick, varnisher, house 214 
Cambridge 

Harrington Roger, laborer, 132 Main, 
house 20 Somerset 

Harrington Stephen H., peddler, house 
137 Webster avenue 

Harrington Thomas W., boards 4 Linehan 
block, Third [31 Dunster 

Harrington Timothy, hostler, Church, h. 

Harrington Timothy, gardener, 741 Main, 
house 158 Green 

Harrington Willard H., stamper, 153 Put- 
nam avenue, boards 24 Prince 

Harrington Win. H., lawyer, 591£ Main, 
and (235 Washington, room 9, B.), 
house 712 Cambridge 

Harrington Winthrop G., printer Univer- 
sity Press, house 84 Chestnut 

HarrisBenjamin B., stage carpenter, and 
machinist (34 Howard, B.), house 
Hotel Brooks [109 Columbia ' 

Harris Benjamin C, tin peddler, house 

Harris Catherine H., widow of T. Wm., 
house 8 Holyoke place 

Harris Charles W., house 39 Tremont 

Harris Emma F. Miss, private school, 134 
Hancock, house 8 Holyoke place 

Harris George, fish and. oysters, 154£ Har- 
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Harris George Mrs., fancy goods, 156 Har- 
vard, house do. 

Harris James, painter, 660 Main, boards 
35 Sargent 

Harris James E., laborer, 330 Harvard, h. 
39 Hastings 

Harris James G., transfer agent U. P. R. 
R. (44 Equitable bldg., B.), b. 16 
Prospect 

Harris James Winthrop Mrs., house Fran- 
cis avenue, off Kirkland 

Harris John, laborer, house 96 Harvard 

Harris John F., cook, house 33 Dunster 

Harris Joseph, porter, h. 131 Columbia 

Harris Joseph C, band-sewing F. M. 
Holmes Furniture Co., house at 
Charlestown 

Harris Louise W. Miss, teacher Willard 
primary school, boards 50 William 

Harris Lucius L., house rear 28 Front 

Harris Maurice, cigar mnfr. (106 Sudbu- 
ry, B.), house 23 Decatur 

Harris Philip W. (Philip W. Har- 
ris & Co.), dry goods, etc., 637 Main, 
house 91 Austin 

HARRIS PHILIP W. & CO. 
(Philip W. Harris), dry and fancy 
goods, 637 Main [nut 

Harris Richard, b. John B. Smith's, Chest- 
Harris Rufus, house 91 Austin 
Harris Simeon, painter, house 22 Flagg 
Harris Stephen S., upholsterer, rooms 17 

Sidney 
Harris Thomas, house 21 Hastings 
Harris Thomas D., laborer, h. 54 Hastings 
Harris William, laborer, house 19 Banks 
Harris William, carpenter, h. 62 Waverly 
Harris William E., piano-key maker, 139 

Broadway, boards 30 Tremont 
Harrison Fabius A., student H. U., rms. 

3 Thayer Hall 
Harrison Robert, laborer, b. 33 Holyoke 
Harrison Wm. H. (Harrison & McLane), 
bill poster, 78 Cambridge, house at 
Somerville 
Harrison & McLane (Wm. H. Harrison 
and J. A. McLane), bill posters, 78 
Cambridge 
Harrod Frances J. Miss, teacher Sargent 

primary school, boards at Boston 
Harrod W. Albert, milkman, house 34 

Kinnaird 
Hart Abram, cigar-maker, h. 61 Brookline 
Hart Bernard W., laborer, bds. 86 Vine 
Hart Daniel, laborer, house 62 Amory 
Hart George, cigar-maker (239 Federal, 

B.), house 14 Lopez 
Hart John, mariner, house 254 Franklin 
Hart John P., fruit peddler, house 118 

Cambridge 
Hart Joseph, saloon, 33 Fifth, cor. Cam- 
bridge, house do. 
Hart Lawrence, cigar-maker, 35 Pearl, 

boards 14 Decatur 
Hart Margaret Mrs., house 4 Hamilton 
Hart Mathew, teamster, b. 19 Cambridge 
Hart Michael, cooper, boards 57 Gore 



Hart Patrick, molder, boards 56 Second 
Hart Robert, confectioner, 282 Broadway, 
house 59 Brookline [thwaite 

Hart Thomas, laborer, house 35 Cowper 
Hart William, laborer John Reardon & 

Sons, house 101 Brookline 
Hart, see Hartt 

Hartford William, laborer, house 9 Tuttle 
Hartigan Thomas E., in rubber mill, h. 
38 School [ly, Holly 

Hartley Isaac S., machinist, h. Hotel Hol- 
Hartness George, milkman, h. 11 Willard 
Hartnett John B., marble-worker, 53 

Main, boards at Dedham 
Hartnett Mary, widow of John, h. 11 Short 
Hartnett Patrick, molder, Third, c. Bent 
Hartney Mortimer, currier, house 210 

Franklin 
Hartnoll Richard, stone-cutter A. McDon- 
ald, b. Isaac BT. Higgins', Holworthy 
place 
Hartry John, hostler, h. 143 Webster av. 
Hartry James, boarding-house, 181 Har- 
vard 
Hartshorn George F., bds. 17 Kirkland 
Hartshorn Geo. T., student H. U., rooms 

17 Kirkland 
Hartshorn Jos. (J. Hartshorn & Co.), up- 
holsterer (21 Charles, B.), house S6 
Thorndike [Thorndike 

Hartshorn Joseph W., upholsterer, b. 86 
Hartshorn J. Frederick, wood-turner, h. 

26 Union 
Hartshorne James M., student H. U., 

rooms 16 Matthews Hall 
Hartt John, house 40 Concord avenue 
Hartwell Charles H., provisions, 126 Cam- 
bridge, house 98 Thorndike 
Hartwell Fannie C, teacher Felton pri- 
mary school, boards 106 Austin 
Hartwell Frank, clerk, 126 Cambridge, 

rooms 61 Third 
Hartwell George A., provisions, 3 Inman 

square, house 22 Antrim 
Hartwell George H., jeweler (41 Arch,B.), 

house 106 Austin 
Hartwell James K., salesman (29 Dock 

square, B. ), house 12 William 
Hartwell James T., hats, caps, etc. (29 

Dock square, B.), house 12 William 
Hartwell J. Albert, clerk, 126 Cambridge, 

house 148 do. 
Hartwell William, carpenter, h. 6 Lincoln 
Hartwell William H., hay, grain, etc., 83 

Bridge, house at Somerville 
Harty Henry O., cooper (B.), house 269 

Putnam avenue 

Harty Michael J. (McCloskey & Harty), 

grocer, 91 and 443 Cambridge, rooms 

53 Otis [15 Brattle 

Harvard Council,]Sro. 330, Royal Arcanum, 

Harvard University Botanic Garden, junc. 

Garden, Linnaean and Raymond 
Harvard University Gymnasium, Kirk- 
land, junction Holmes place 
Harvey Annie M., widow of John S., h. 
Mt. Pleasant, corner Walden 



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Harvey Charles, porter (23 Central wharf, 

B.), house 10 Bath 
Harvey Charles, teamster, 253 Cambridge, 

boards 4 Oak 
Harvey Daniel G., foreman, 114 Cam- 
bridge, house 33 Fourth 
Harvey John, whitewasher, h. 4 North 
Harvey Joseph W., wheelwright, 4 Cam- 
bridge, boards 108 do. 
Harvey Lydia A., house 40 Mt. Auburn 
Harvey Samuel C. (226 Washington, B.), 
house 49 Cottage [h. do. 

Harvey Walter E., physician, 14 William, 
Harvie Charles W., carpenter J. H. Eames, 

house 7 Blanche 
Harwood Harrison, county commissioner, 
Court House, Third, house at Natick 
Harwood Horace S., traveling salesman, 

house 13 Mt. Auburn 
Haseltine Carrie' L. Mrs., button-hole 

maker, 12 Dunster, house do. 
Haseltine Lydia L., widow of Moses D., 

boards 10 White 
Haskell Barnabas D. jr., salesman (5 Win- 

throp square, B. ), house 33 Orchard 
Haskell E. Sears, wire-maker (B.), boards 

22 Pearl 
Haskell Isabella G. Miss, bds. 51 Pleasant 
Haskell Leona S., engineer Wm. H. Haz- 

lett & Co., First, h. 119 Cambridge 
Haskell Mellen W., student H. U., rooms 

68 College House 
Haskell Melville, traveling salesman, 400 

Main, house 90 Winsor 
Haskell William E., student H. U., rooms 

32 Holyoke House 
Haskell William H., cabinet-maker (B.), 

house 34 Amory 
Haskins David G. Rev., house 839 Main 
Haskins David G. jr., lawyer (23 Court, 

B.), boards 839 Main 
Haskins John, junk, h. 96 Webster av. 
Haskins Timothy G., porter (31 Milk, B.), 

boards 96 Webster avenue 
Haslan Thomas, boiler maker, h. 72 Main 
Hassett Annie, widow of John, house rear 
18 Sparks han blk., Third 

Hassett Michael, laborer, house 2 Line- 
Hassett Simon, gardener, h. 79 Wendell 
Hastings Andrew G., brush maker, house 

rear 19 Vine 
Hastings Andrew J., clerk U. S. sub- 
treasury (Devonshire, B.),h. 59 Market 
Hastings Bernard, laborer, 162 Broadway, 

house 29 Harvard 
Hastings Edward H., Colorado mining 
exchange (131 Devonshire, B.), house 
23 Buckingham 
Hastings Emeline C, widow of Samuel 

E., dressmaker, 127 Auburn, h. do. 

Hastings Francis W., student H. U., rooms 

6 Gray's Hall [Harvard 

Hastings Frank, soap-maker, boards 61 

Hastings Frank W. (W. B. Hastings & 

Co.), insurance agent, 89 Cambridge, 

(Union square, Somerville), and (7 

Exchange place, B.),. boards 5 Russell 



Hastings George H., printer (324 Wash- 
ington, B.), house 101 Prospect 

Hastings George T., laborer, house 143 
Franklin 

Hastings Harriet, widow of Thomas B., 
house 44 William 

Hastings John, machinist, boards Har- 
vard, corner Clark 

Hastings John K., student Divinity school, 
rooms 14 Ware 

Hastings John M., machinist, h. 31 Sixth 

Hastings Lewis M., civil engineer, City 
Engineer's office, City Hall, house 27 
Essex 

Hastings Mary Mrs., house 20 Lake 

Hastings Mary E. Miss, boys' clothes, h. 
56 Arnold 

Hastings Michael, foreman Hale, Teele & 
Bisbee, house 61 Harvard 

Hastings Watson B. (W. B. Hastings & 
Co.), ins. agent, 89 Cambridge (Union 
square, Somerville), and (7 Exchange 
place, B. ), house 5 Russell 

Hastings William, piano key maker, bds. 
61 Harvard 

HASTINGS W. B. & CO. (Watson 
B. and Frank W. Hastings), insur- 
ance agents, 89 Cambridge ( Union sq., 
Somerville), and (7 Exchange pi., B.) 
Hatch Andrew J., bookkeeper (North, 
corner Fleet, B.), house 121 Prospect 

Hatch Arthur G., student H. U., rooms 
60 Matthews Hall 

Hatch Benjamin F. (Hatch & Co.), ex- 
press, house 21 Wallace 

Hatch B L., farmer, Joseph G. Coolidge, 
Coolidge avenue 

Hatch Celenda S. Mrs., bds. 1 Waterhouse 

Hatch Everett W., student H. U., rooms 
32 North avenue 

Hatch Hattie M. Mrs., b. rear 63 Auburn 

Hatch Horatio N. jr., driver, 31 Elm, 
house 61 Market 

Hatch James W., boots and shoes (48 
Hanover, B.), house 160 Pleasant 

Hatch Lewis F., fish and oysters, 119 
Cambridge, house 33 Fourth 

Hatch N. P. , machinist, 72 Main 

Hatch Stephen D., painter, 660 Main, h. 
23 Fairmont [Warland 

Hatch Thomas D., bookkeeper, house 6 

Hatch & Co. (Benjamin F. Hatch), express, 
6 Brattle and (36 Court sq., B.) 

Hatfield Amos, carpenter, bds. 3 Prospect 

Hatfield Christopher, carpenter, boards 
3 Prospect 

Hathaway Caroline Miss, b. 254 North av. 

Hathaway Charles F., baker, confection- 
er and caterer, 180 North avenue, 
house 26 Mead 

Hathaway Dorcas, widow of Freeman, 
boards 26 Mead [bds. 26 Mead 

Hathaway D. Elmar, clerk, 180 North av., 

Hathaway Eliza Miss, bds. 254 North av. 

Hathaway Freeman H., baker, 180 North 
avenue, boards 26 Mead [Erie 

Hathaway Maria D., wid. of Galen, h. 56 



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Hatley William F., mason, rooms 17 Win- 
throp [win 

Hattenburg George, laborer, h. 33 Bald- 
Haven George F., carriage-painter, 448 

Main, boards rear 63 Auburn 
Haven Henry P. Mis., h. rear 63 Auburn 
Havey William, baker, 502 Main, house 5 
Suffolk [land 

Hawes Ellen M., widow, boards 17 Kirk- 
Hawes Frank T., clerk (F. H. market, B.), 

house 8 Western avenue 
Hawes George H.. provisions, 419 Main, 

boards 53 Cherry 
Hawes Lucy R. Mrs., house 5 River 
Hawey William, tin plate worker (141 

Broad, B.), house foot of Lawn 
Hawkes James, switchman B. & M. R. R. 

house 6 East 
Hawkes Levi (Levi Hawkes & Co. ), plumb- 
er, 5994. Main, and (50 Howard, B.), 
house 19 Warland 

HAWKES LEVI & CO., (Levi 
Hawkes and John Crawford), plumb- 
ers, 599£ Main and (50 Howard, B.) 
Hawkes Vhilenia D., widow, house 2 

Front street court [1 Weld Hall 

Hawkins Arthur M., student H. XL, rooms 
Hawkins A. Charles, teamster, house 223 

Broadway, room 4 
Hawkins Christopher C, teamster, house 

62 Webster avenue 
Hawkins Edward D., clothes cleaner, 459 

Main, house 13 Webster avenue 
Hawkins Jewett P., at 169 Gore, h. 42 Fifth 
Hawkins John, case-maker, 162 Broad- 
way, boards 105 Hampshire 
Hawkins Lizzie J. Miss, teacher Gore 

primary school, bds. Wm. Hawkins', 

Charles 
Hawkins Thomas J., printer (B.), house 

Winthrop, corner Brighton 
Hawkins William, police, station 3, house 

Hawkins blk., Charles, east of Third 
Hawley John, laborer, house 40 Winthrop 
Hawley Marianna Miss, house 36 Ellery 
Hawley Patrick, laborer, 10 Arrow, house 

at Somerville [at Somerville 

Hawley William, paster, 10 Arrow, house 
Hawthorne Henry, glass-cutter, house 81 

Charles [bds. 686 Main 

Hay Henry A., bookkeeper (18 Kilby, B.), 
Hayden Albion K. P., clerk, 432 Cam- 
bridge, house 130 Winsor 
Hayden David D., carpenter, house 54 

Mt. Auburn 
Hayden Edward M., action-maker, 162 

Broadway, house 20 Orchard 
Hayden Elizabeth, widow of Frederick 

A., house 10 Concord avenue 
Hayden Geo. William, molder, 368 Main. 

house 69 Moore [Kinnaird 

Hayden Henry S., carpenter, house 33 
Hayden James L., salesman (110 State, 

B.), house 17 Magazine 
Hayden James T., supt. Walworth Mnfg. 

Co., machine shop, 368 Main, house 

38 Austin 



Hayden Joel Mrs., house 14 Craigie 
Hayden Joseph L., foreman steel shop, 

368 Main, house 44 Austin 
Hayden Lizzie D. Miss, dressmaker,house 

54 Mt. Auburn 
Hayden William, iron-molder, 368 Main 
Hayden William X., at 139 Broadwav, b. 

16 Market [14 Bowdoin 

Hayden Zebah, carpenter, 23 DeWolf, b. 

HAYES ALEXANDER L„ solic- 
itor of patents (95 Milk, room 72, B.), 
house Mt. Auburn, opp. Elmwood av. 
Hayes Alvin, boots and shoes, 578 Main, 

house 8 Perry 
Hayes Ann. wid. of Daniel, h. 41 Bolton 
Hayes Anna, dressmaker, bds. 24 Flagg 
Hayes Daniel, blacksmith, house 22 Web- 
ster avenue 
Hayes Daniel, upholsterer, h. 3 Dickinson 
Hayes Daniel J., mason, bds. 41 Bolton 
Hayes Dennis J., boards 41 Bolton 
Hayes Edmund, boards 16 Winthrop 
Hayes Gustavus D., machinist, boards 48 

Market 
Hayes Henry, express, 1 Brattle, and (32 

Court sq., B. ), house 22 Shepard 
Hayes James, brass-finisher, bds. 30 Vine 
Hayes Jeremiah, teamster, 168 Main, h. 

108 Spring 
Hayes Jeremiah J., cooper, bds. 30 Vine 
Hayes John, hostler U. R. Co., Dunster, 
bds. 2 Shepherd's blk., Charles River 
Hayes John, laborer, h. 3 Baldwin court 
Hayes John B., trunk-maker, house 391 

Cambridge 
Hayes John J., cigar-maker, h. 10 Fourth 
Hayes John J., cooper, house 65 Vine 
Hayes John J., laborer, bds. 110 Spring 
Hayes John L., sec. National Association 
of WoolMnfrs. (95 Milk, B.), house 
Mt. Auburn, opp. Elmwood avenue 
Hayes John S., tin-worker, 153 Putnam 

avenue, boards 5 Rockwell 
Hayes John T., carpenter, h. 162 Franklin 
Hayes Katie C. Miss, station agent Brick 

Yards F. R. R., house 41 Bolton 
Hayes Luther S., carpenter, 24 Mill, house 

13 Norton 
Hayes Michael, blacksmith, h. 53 Clark 
Hayes Michael, grocer, 76 Spruce, h. do. 
Hayes Michael, tailor, house 146 Bridge 
Hayes Michael, laborer, house 37 Flagg 
Hayes Michael F., molder, 368 Main, h. 

22 Portland 
Hayes Patrick, laborer, house Cushing, 

near Woodlawn 
Hayes Peter, laborer, house 30 Vine 
Hayes Samuel M., student H. U., rooms 

5 Felton building 
Hayes Sarah E. Miss, h. 32 North avenue 
Hayes Thomas L., trimmer F. M. Holmes 

Furniture Co., bds. at Charlestown 
Hayes Walter H., salesman (54 Commerce, 
B.), boards 13 Norton 

HAYES WILLIAM A. JR., coun- 
selor (41 Sears bldg., B.), h. Mount 
Auburn, opp. Elmwood avenue 



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Hayman Ira S., laborer, b. 180 Broadway 

Hayman Madison B., teamster, house 180 
Broadway [do. 

Haynes Frank W., foreman, 31 Elm, li. 32 

Haynes Joel D., milkman, h. 5 Brewer 

Haynes Mary Miss, house 50 Cottage 

Haynes Sydney C, teamster, h. 33 Bow 

Haynes, see Haines 

Hay ward Almira L., librarian Cambridge 
Public Library, 639 Main, boards 32 
Western avenue 

Hayward Elizabeth C. Miss (Bancroft & 
Hayward), fancy goods, 439 Cam- 
bridge, house do. 

Hayward Florence M. Miss, teacher Riv- 
erside primary school, bds. at Melrose 

Hayward Geo. A. (Work & Hayward), 
furniture mover, 119 Pearl and 576 
Main, house 18 Watson 

Hayward James L, machinist, 162 Broad- 
way, house at Boston 

Hayward Walter E., confectioner, 245 
Broadway, boards 15 Myrtle place 

Hayward Walter E., student H. U., rms. 
17 Holworthy Hall 

Hayward Walter P. (W. F. Hayward & 
Co.), 3 Brattle, house 16 Story 

Hayward Wm. P., h. Elm, corner Beech 

Hayward W. F. & Co. (Walter F. Hay- 
ward and Solomon Rhoades), pro- 
visions, 3 Brattle 

Haywood James, laborer, h. r. 202 Bridge 

Haywood Oliver W., wheelwright, 130 
Main, boards at Boston 

Haywood Walter F., baker, 912 Main, h. 
3 Harding 

Haywood, see Heywood 

Hazard Daniel L., student H. U., rooms 
19 Oxford 

Hazard Martha A., widow, h. 110 Winsor 

Hazard Kosa E. G., music teacher, house 
110 Winsor 

Hazel Benjamin C, painter, boards 67 
Washington [Washington 

Hazel Benjamin G., carpenter, house 67 

Hazel Wm., teamster, house 11 Murdock 

Hazel Wm. A., draughtsman, boards 67 
Washington 

Hazeltine Carrie H. Miss, teacher Wash- 
ington grammar school, boards 110 
Auburn 

Hazeltine Margaret W., widow of George, 

dressmaker, house 110 Auburn 
Hazelton Lorenzo W., expressman, 600 
Main, house 48 Sidney 

Hazelwood Ann E., widow of Francis T., 
house 37 Essex 

Hazelwood George F. , action maker, h. 

37 Essex 
Hazen Charles R., janitor Divinity Hall, 

house foot Divinity avenue 
Hazen Daniel M., traveling agent, 502 

Main, house 38 Tremont 
Hazen Frank P. , traveling agent, 502 Main, 

house at Springfield 
Hazen George E., salesman (66 Chauncy, 
B.), boards 38 Tremont 



Hazen James W., clerk, 502 Main, boards 
38 Tremont 

Hazlett Andrew, house 366 North avenue 

Hazlett George, driver U. R. Co., boards 
Frank, 6th on the left 

Hazlett John M., foreman U. R. Co. sta- 
ble, Eighth, house 125 Winsor 

Hazlett Joseph, teamster W. T. Richard- 
son & Co., house 8 Camden place 

Hazlett Robert J., teamster, bds. 7 Sparks 

Hazlett William, driver W. G. MacLeod, 
Sumner, boards do. 

Hazlett Wm. Henry, printer University 
Press, house 7 Sparks 

Hazlett Wm. H. (W. H. Hazlett & Co.), 
First, house 74 Fourth 

Hazlett W. H. & Co. (W. H. Hazlett, Wm. 
McHugo and Charles W. Underbill), 
planing mill, First, corner Thorndike 

Hazlett, see Hezlitt 

Headblom Charles A., carpenter (B. & A. 
R. R., Allston), h. 237 Pearl 

Headley Thomas, blacksmith, 350 North 
avenue, bds. 352 do. 

Heald Charles P., law student H. U., rms. 
14 Story [Otis 

Heald Fred, fireman F. R. R., rooms 95 

Healey John, laborer, house 9 Jefferson 

Healey Robert B., porter (100 Summer, 
B.), house 19 Hamilton 

Healey William, case-maker, 162 Broad- 
way, bds. 235 Broadway 

Healy Annie M., wid. of Michael, grocer, 
Mt. Auburn, cor. Willard, h. do. 

Heaney John, laborer, h. 134 Webster av. 

Hearsey Charles A., tin stamper, boards 
64 Columbia [64 Columbia 

Hearsey John A., tin stamper (B.). bds. 

Hearsey Walter H., salesman (62 High, 
B. ), boards 64 Columbia [bds. do. 

Hearsey William, bar-tender, 8 Brighton, 

Hearsey William E., foreman (190 Tre- 
mont, B.), house 64 Columbia 

Heatley Isaiah S., carpenter, house Hotel 
Holly 

Heavey James, tinsmith, 8 Brattle 

Heavey Wm. , baker, 502 Main, house rear 
145 Columbia 

Hebard Albert K., foreman of regulators. 
162 Broadway, house 147 Harvard 

Hebbard Albert, house 427 Broadway 

Hebbard Albert H., bds. 427 Broadway 

Hebbard Charles, boards 147 Harvard 

Hebbard Charles C, clerk, 559 Main, bds. 
427 Broadway 

Hebblethwaite Albert E., plumber, 12 
Brattle, bds. 36 Ash 

Hector Thomas Xavier, printer Universi- 
ty Press, h. 148 Pearl 

Hedge Frederic H. Rev. , Prof, of German 
H. U., house 48 North avenue 

Hedge Lothrop, salesman (33 Summer, 
B.), boards 7 Holyoke 

Hedge Nathaniel L., house 7 Holyoke 

Hedrick Josephine O.Miss, teacher Ander- 
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Heeb Wm. F., clerk, 188 Norfolk, h. do. 
Heeney Peter J., cigar maker, h.115 Pearl 
Heeney Timothy, laborer, h. r. 175 Bridge 
Heffernan David, liquors, etc., 472 Cam- 
bridge, house 156 Prospect 
Heffernan Joseph, shoemaker, and coal 

and wood, 401 Cambridge, house do. 
Heffernan J. F., painter, 72 Norfolk, h. 
at Somerville 1189 Spruce 

Heffernan Michael, blacksmith, boards 
Heffernan Thomas, house 91 Vine 
Heffernan William, cattle broker, house 

189 Spruce 
Heffernan William F., laborer, b. 91 Vine 
Heilbron George H., student H. U., rooms 

46 Holyoke 
Heildrick Otto, mason, bds. 9 Broadway 
Heileman Wm., boot and shoe mnfr. (125 

Cambridge, B. ), house 71 River 
Heileman William jr., clerk (125 Cam- 
bridge, B.), boards 71 River 
Heilge John H, teamster, h. 189 Broadway 
Helgert Frederick, currier, house Jack- 
son, next corner Harvey 
Hellen Elizabeth, widow of Robert, house 

rear 12 Short 
Hellmann John L., jeweler (71 Sudbury, 

B.), h. 125* Spring 
Hellmann Thomas L. , solderer F. Draper 

& Co., bds. rear 125* Spring 
Hellrigl Anna Miss, teacher of German, 

bds. C. W. Munroe's, Francis av. 
Helmbolds Henry F., surgical instrument 

maker, house 97* Sixth 
Hemming Edward C, sash and blind 
maker (Charlestown), h. Lake Yiew 
avenue, near pumping station 
Henchman Nathaniel H., h. 294 Harvard 
Henderson Adelphia, widow, h. 95 Elm 
Henderson Bros. (John J. and Robert 
Henderson jr.), carriage makers, 232 
North avenue 
Henderson Chas. W. (Henderson & Son), 
paper stock, 247 Pearl, house 238 do. 
Henderson Edward, boxmaker, 3 Hamp- 
shire 
Henderson Frederick, boiler-maker, 356 

Main, boards at Boston 
Henderson George R., carriage mnfr., 270 

North avenue, house 268 do. 

Henderson George W., mason, house 126 

Harvard [vey 

Henderson Jas., currier, h. Reed, c. Har- 

Henderson James, brush-maker, house 28 

Hastings 
Henderson James A., carriage-maker, 350 

North avenue, house 352 do. 
Henderson John, painter, boards Pioneer 
Henderson John J. (Henderson Brothers), 
carriage-maker, 232 North avenue, h. 
7 Chester [Broadway 

Henderson Lawrence, laborer, house 189 
Henderson Lucius J., student H. U., rms. 

24 Matthews Hall 
Henderson Patrick, hostler, 70 Norfolk, 

boards do. 
Henderson Robert, house 268 North av. 



Henderson Robert jr. (Henderson Bros.), 

carriage-maker, 232 North avenue, 

house 244 do. [Brewery 

Henderson Thomas, laborer, boards 15 

Henderson Thomas C, letter carrier, P. 

O., 611 Main, house 8 DeWolf 
Henderson William (Henderson & Son), 

paper stock, 247 Pearl, house do. 
Henderson William, laborer, h. 8 Sands 
Henderson Wm., tailor, bds. 47 Harding 

HENDERSON & SON (William and 
Charles W. Henderson), metals and 
paper stock, 247 Pearl 
Hendley Lucy J., widow of Otis, house 40 

Orchard 
Hendrew Andrew, hairdresser, 466 Cam- 
bridge, boards Vine, corner Second 
Hendrickson Charles, helper, 17 Main, 

house at Boston 
Hendrickson Gustav, safe-painter, 17 

Main, house 3 Pelham 
Hendry George E., boiler-maker, 356 Main, 

house 325 Cambridge 
Henley Francis O., horseshoer, house 2 

Columbia 
Hennessey Alexander M., shoemaker, 348 

Broadway, house 94 Winsor 
Hennessey Andrew, cabinet maker, Wood- 
bury bldg., Otis, boards at Boston 
Hennessey Edward, machinist, 368 Main 
Hennessey Esther, widow of Michael, 

house 74 Hampshire 
Hennessey James, laborer, h. 124 Dublin 
Hennessey James, laborer, h. 57 Portland 
Hennessey James, compositor Riverside 
Press, house 8 Jay [Hastings 

Hennessey James, teamster, house 10 
Hennessey James J., waiter (Tremont 

House, B), house 59 Vine 
Hennessey John, confectioner, 503 Main, 

boards 10 Hastings 
Hennessey John, laborer, h. 222 Broadway 
Hennessey Sarah A., widow of Michael F., 

house rear 1 Webster avenue 
Hennessy John E., laborer, house 200 

Norfolk 
Hennessy Joseph A., cabinet maker, 
Woodbury building, boards at Boston 
Hennigar Amy Miss, house 15 Dyke 
Hennings Charles, cabinet maker, Wood- 
bury bldg., Otis, house at Somerville 
Henrahan John, laborer, boards 164 Gore 
Henri ty M. J., cabinetmaker F. M. Holmes 
Furniture Co., house at Charlestown 
Henry Caleb, waiter, boards 8 Elmer 
Henry George A., machinist, h. 15 Austin 
Henry James, laborer, house 3 Bell 
Henry James jr., laborer (169 So. Market, 

B.), boards 3 Bell 
Henry James B., carpenter, h. 36 Auburn 
Henry Jas. S., cabinet maker, b. 25 Cedar 
Henry Mary Miss, house 39 Fourth 
Henry Plaicide, glass worker, house 191 

Norfolk 
Henry William A., student H. XL, boards 

1 1 Remington 
Hensby John W., house rear 110 Man 



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Hensck B., at 139 Broadway, h. 92 Sixth 
Henshaw A. Henry, printer University 

Press, boards 29 Holyoke 
Henshaw John A., librarian Mass. His- 
torical Society (30 Tremont, B.), house 
23 Craigie 
Henshaw John O., civil engineer (13 Pem- 

berton square, B.), boards 23 Craigie 
Henshaw William O., fruit (113 State, B.), 

house 49 Linnaean 
Henson Christine, tailor, h. r. 77 Spring 
Heppenheiraer William C, student H. U., 

rooms 16 Oxford 

Herbert Harry, painter, house 4 Cow- 

perthwaite [Spruce 

Herbert Honora Mrs., house Jackson, n. 

Herbert John, machinist, 368 Main, house 

458 Cambridge 

Herbert William R., clerk, 458 Harvard, 

boards 11 Brewer [road 

Herderhorst Frank R, laborer, h. 18 Rail- 

Herelihy James, city laborer, house 194 

Hampshire 
Herelihy Jeremiah, teamster J. C. Ban- 
croft, boards Somerville avenue, near 
Porter's Station 
Herelihy John, laborer, h. 269 Cambridge 
Herelihy John, stone-cutter, Gore wharf, 

hou-e 39 Union 
Herelihy, see Hurlihy 
Herman John, currier, boards 7 Buck's 

block, Seventh 
Herman Leopold Mrs., house 16Craigie 
Hermans Anna, widow of Hobart, house 

Munroe. near Third 
Hermans Henry, machinist, house Mun- 
roe, near Third 
Hermans Paul, laborer, boards Munroe, 

near Third 
Hern Dennis, brick-layer, house 138 Pearl 
Hern John H., wood moleler, 54 Bridge, 
house at -Boston [437 Main 

Heron Henry, clerk, 486 Cambridge, bds. 
Heron Joseph, dry goods, 437 Main, and 

486 Cambridge, house 437 Main 
Heron Samuel, groceries and provisions, 
281 Cambridge, boards do. 

HERON WILLIAM J., plasterer, 
basement 610 Main, house 451 Main 
Herrick Austin H. Rev., pastor North av. 

M. E. church, house 26 Ash 
Herrick Frank Capen, clerk (47 Franklin, 

B.), boards 202 Harvard [Harvard 

Herrick Israel, stone-cutter (B.), house 202 
Herrick John, cabinet maker F. M. H. F. 

Co., house at Boston 
Herrick William A., lawyer (33 School, 

room 3, B.), house 7 Norton 
Herrick Wm. H., student H. U., rooms 1 

Holworthy Hall 
Herring Francis A., overseer Union R. Co. 

stable (West Somerville) 
Hersey Henry, plasterer, house 90 Banks 
Hersey Henry F., tester of pumps (B.) 

boards 88 Gore 
Hersey Myers, driver Montgomery's Ex- 

press, 644 Main 



Hersey William D., clefk, 535 Main, bds., 

Corliss place 
Hersey Willis H., baker, 502 Main, boards 

385 North avenue 
Hersey, see Hearsey 

Hersum Charles S., carpenter, b. 99 Austin 
Hersum William, clerk (B .), b. 99 Austin 
Hertach Samuel, laborer, house 57 Charles 
Hertach John, pocket-book maker, house 

7 Mullin's court 
Hervey Charles, clerk, boards 4 Oak 
Hess Alfred J., lager beer bottler, 39 Un- 
ion, house do, 
Hess Hiram, steam pipe fitter, h. 25 Union 
Hess John H., teamster, house 65 Elm 
Hesseltine Ernest, salesman (13 Pearl, B.), 

boards 13 Clinton 
Hesseltine John E.. Custom House (B.), 

house 13 Clinton 
Heustis Caswell, action maker, 162 Broad? 

way, house 3 Prospect 
Hewes James T., clergyman, h. 6 Garden 
Hewes John, machinist, h. 133 Portland 
Hewes, see Hews 
Hewett Asa W., traveling agent, 502 Main, 

honse 98 Norfolk 
Hewett John E., clerk (B.), b. 98 Norfolk 
Hewett, see Hewitt 
He wins Harriet N., widow of George G., 

house 373 Harvard 
Hew ins John A., spring bed maker, 

Rhoades bldg., State, bds. 56 Sidney 
Hewitt James, carriage maker, house 39 

Spruce 
Hewitt, see Hewett 

Hewlett Aronella Molyneaux Miss, hair- 
dresser, 23 Dunster, house do. 
Hewlett E. Molyneaux, lawyer (B. ), house 
23 Dunster [167 Brookline 

Hewlett Frances L., widow of Albert, h. 
Hewlett Paul P., actor, boards 23 Dunster 
Hewlitt George, clerk (33 North, B.), house 

11 River 
Hews Albert H. (A. H. Hews & Co.), 
earthenware, Crescent avenue, boards 
41 Walden 
Hews Augustus H., house 291 Broadway 
Hews A. H. & Co. (Albert H. and Horatio 
Hews), earthenware manufacturers, 
Crescent avenue 
Hews Horatio (A. H. Hews & Co.), earth- 
enware), Crescent av., h. at Weston 
Hews Michael J., carriage-painter, house 

Raymond, corner Walden 
Hews, see Hewes 
Hewson John M., boots and shoes, 424 

Cambridge, house 407 do. 
Heycroft Joseph, shoemaker, house 1 

Cowperthwaite 
Heyden Henry, galvanizer, h. 125 Harvard 
Heyden William H., brass-finisher, house 

55 Moore 
Heyden, see Hayden 
Heymer Fred W., clerk (254 Washington, 

B.), boards 22 Wendell 
Heymer John C, stereotyper (179 Devon- 
shire, B.), house 22 Wendell 



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Heymer J. Edward, stereotyper (179 Dev- 
onshire, B.), boards 22 YVendell 
Heyn Frederick A., sausage maker R. 

Weitze, house Eighth, near Spring 
Heywood Frank E., student H. U., rooms 

21 Matthews Hall 
Heywood George, student H. U., rooms 

25 Matthews Hall 
Heywood George A., lumber (130 State, 

B.), boards 303 Broadway 
Heywood Maria L. Miss, house 149 Austin 
Heywood Walter, baker, house 3 Harding 
Heywood William Mrs., h. 351 Harvard 
Heywood, see Haywood 
Hezlitt George, stone-setter, house 29 Kin- 
naird [Kinnaird 

Hezlitt George M., stone-setter, boards 29 
Hezlitt John A., stone-setter, h. 33 Green 
Hezlitt Robert, stone-cutter, h. 17 Charles 

River 
Hezlitt, see Hazlett 

Hibbard Edward A., student H. U., rooms 
15 Felton building [Felton bldg. 

Hibbard Omri S., student H. U., rms. 9 
Hickey James, laborer, h. 120 Webster av. 
Hickey James G., boards 120 Webster av. 
Hickey John, machinist, h. 192 Bridge 
Hickey John J., laborer, 368 Main, house 
153 Green [105 Pleasant 

Hickey Margaret, widow of Patrick, house 
Hickey Michael, stone-cutter, 53 Main, h. 

45 Cambridge 
Hickey Michael W., action maker, 162 

Broadway, house 5 Hilliard 
Hickey Patrick H., stereotyper (179 Dev- 
onshire, B.), boards 105 Pleasant 
Hickey Thos. L., carver, b. 120 Webster av. 
Hickey Wm., baker (B.), h. 25 Hancock 
Hickey Wm., stone-cutter, b. 45 Cambridge 
Hickie Daniel J., baker, house 157 Main 
Hickie Lucy Mrs., dressmaker, 157 Main, 

house do. 
Hicks Frank A., reedmaker, 162 Broad- 
way, house at Waltham [Norfolk 
Hicks Frederick, at H. M. Sawyer's, boards 
Hicks John, carpenter, house 51 Clark 
Hicks John G., wheelwright, house 25 

Park 
Hicks Manuel S. , sand paperer, 54 Bridge, 

house at Somerville 
Hicks Mary D. Mrs., house 17 Sacramento 
Hicks Samuel W., laborer, 1 Prospect, h. 

5 West 
Hicks Thomas, miller, house 33 Union 
Hicks Thomas J., bootmaker, 97 Cam- 
bridge, house 482 do. 
Hicks William, laborer, boards 6 Gray pi. 
Hicks William C, reed-board maker. 162 

Broadway, house 6 Kinnaird 
Hidden William H., dry goods (67 Sum- 
mer, B.), house 259 Harvard 
Higgins Andrew M., carpenter, house 98 
Norfolk [Seckle 

Higgins Atkins, cabinet maker, house 2 
Higgins Augustus E., clerk, 215 North av., 
boards 212 do. [h. 50 Columbia 

Higgins Benjamin F., police, station 2, 



Higgins Daniel, laborer, h. 32 Washington 
Higgins Elbridge S., molder, 113 Broad-. 

way, boards 123 Washington 
Higgins Francis A., driver U. R. Co., h. 

121 Western avenue 
Higgins George, varnisher, 162 Broadway, 

boards 40 First 
Higgins George W., carpenter, house 5 

Stinson court [Holworthy pi. 

Higgins Isaac N., driver U. R. Co., house 
Higgins Jabez B., fish market, 215 North 

avenue, house 212 do. 
Higgins James, cooper, rear 414 Main, h. 

3 Prospect [Brookline 

Higgins John, laborer U. R. Co., h. 124 
Higgins John jr., upholsterer, 556 Main, 

boards 124 Brookline 
Higgins John H, liquors (26 Dock square, 

B.), house 24 Tremont 
Higgins J. F., varnisher, 162 Broadway, 

house 40 First [burn 

Higgins Margaret, wid., h. r. 65 Mt. Au- 
Higgins Martha D., music teacher, house 

Wallace, near Garden 
Higgins Martin, laborer, house 40 First 
Higgins Mary, widow of James, house 112 

Cambridge 
Higgins Patrick, boiler maker, house 37 

Cambridge [42 Pearl 

Higgins Richard F., clerk, 610 Main, bds. 
Higgins Samuel J., fish and oysters, h. 

94 Thorndike 
Higgins Samuel J. Mrs., dressmaker, 94 

Thorndike, honse do. 
Higgins Stephen H., coachman, 317 Har- 
vard, house rear 91 Hancock 
Higgins Sumner C, tin worker, 653 Main, 

house 34 Hamilton [Broadway 

Higgins Thomas, brass molder, bds. 167 
Higgins Thomas, laborer U. R. Co., bds. 

124 Brookline 
Higgins Thomas F., hack driver, Church, 

house 17 Farwell place 
Higgins Warren R., cracker dealer, 51 

Western avenue 
Higgins Wm., painter, boards Mrs. Ann 

Loughrey's, Loughrey avenue 
Higgins William D., shoemaker, 37 Pearl, 

house 135 Brookline 
Higgins Wm. G., driver, 203 Bridge, rms. 

54 Fourth 
Higgins William P., laborer John Rear- 
don & Sons, house 135 Brookline 
Higgins Wm. H., carpenter, 165 North 

avenue, house 12 Coggswell avenue 
Higginson Thos. Wentworth, author, h. 

25 Buckingham 
Highland Frederick J., laborer, house 4 

Coggswell place 
Highland Patrick, laborer, h. 28 Carson 
Hildreth A. Edwin, president Bates Man- 
ufacturing Co. (85 Devonshire, B.J, h. 

62 North avenue 
Hildreth Charles W., provisions (45 Fleet, 

B.), house 14 Garden 
Hildreth Henry T., student H. U., rooms 

40 College House 



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Hildreth John L., physician, 37 Brattle, 
house 16 Garden 

Hill Adams Sherman, Boylston Professor 
of Rhetoric and Oratory H. U., house 
Reservoir, corner Fayer weather 

Hill Albert E., salesman (5 Winthrop sq., 
B.J, boards 132 Pearl 

Hill Charles, clerk C. H. North & Co.,bds. 
141 Gore 

Hill Charles* H., action-maker, 624 Main, 
house at Reading 

Hill Charles P., fly finisher, 162 Broadway, 
house at Newton 

Hill David J., pressman University Press, 
house 21 Gerry [18 Sparks 

Hill David W., marble worker, house rear 

Hill Edward, tailor, 584 Main, h. 584* do. 

Hill Ellen, widow, house 5 King place 

Hill E. Andrew, printer University Press, 
house 22 Winthrop 

Hill George A., house 434 Harvard 

Hill George H., machinist, b. 5 King place 

Hill Hannah A., widow of William A., h. 
132 Pearl 

Hill Hannah L. Miss, teacher Allston 
grammar school, boards 26 Worcester 

Hill Henrietta Emeline Mrs., laundress, 
house rear 61 Harvard 

Hill Henry, at 139 Broadway, house 138 
Hampshire 

Hill Henry B., assistant Professor Chem- 
istry H. U., h. Hammond, n. Oxford 

Hill Howard, sawyer, 139 Broadway 

Hill James B., house 12 Pleasant 

Hill James D., coachman, 94 Brattle, h. 
20 Brewer 

Hill James F., regulator, 162 Broadway, 
house 17 Boardman 

Hill James J., clerk, 152 North avenue, b. 
H. J. Reddick's, Porter's station 

Hill John E., watchmaker (14 Hanover, 
B.), house 39 Hamilton 

Hill John H., piano-key maker, house 138 
Hampshire 

Hill Joseph Alexander, engineer, 126 
Portland, house 42 Hampshire 

Hill Joseph A., engineer Cambridge Roll- 
ing Mill, house 259 Broadway 

Hill Joseph A., student H. XL, rooms 26 
College House 

Hill J. M., at 139 Broadway, h. at Boston 

Hill Laura, widow, house rear 88 Harvard 

Hill Marcus E., cabinet-maker h. 59 Third 

Hill Maria, wid. of John, h. 39 Hamilton 

Hill Nathaniel Mrs., house 104 Prospect 

Hill Thomas, varnisher, Rhoades building, 
State, house 48 Market 

Hill Timothy Mrs., house 24 Foster 

Hill William, boards 20 Brewer 

Hill William, bookkeeper (B.), house rear 
23 Fifth 

Hill William, dining-rooms, 205 Cam- 
bridge, house do. 

Hill William, gardener, h. r. 18 Sparks 

Hill William B., house 104 Prospect 

Hill Winchell N., watchman (150 Devon- 
shire, B. ), house 178 Harvard 



Hillery John, soap-maker, h. 131 Portland 
Hillery Mary, widow of Thomas, house 

Mt. Auburn, near Willard 
Hillery Michael F., laborer, boards Mary 

Hillery 's, Mt. Auburn 
Hilliard Samuel D., house 28 Winsor 
Hilliard Stephen C., sawyer, 54 Bridge, 

house at Charlestown 
Hillier William, mason, house 6 Ashbur- 

ton place 
Hilliker John, hair-worker, 63 Ellery, h.do. 
Hillman Fred, glass-maker, h.3 Mullin's ct. 
Hillman James, laborer, b. 167 Broadway 
Hillman John J., silver-plater (24 Sudbu- 
ry, B.), house 156 Thorndike 
Hillman John W., silver-plater (24 Sud- 
bury, B.), boards 156 Thorndike 
Hillman Minnie G. Miss, music teacher, 

boards 156 Thorndike 
Hills Fontanelle L., teamster, house 142 

Spring 
Hills Henry S., house 78 Thorndike 
Hills Mercy F., widow, house 14 Chauncy 
Hills Wm. B. Dr., instructor in Chemistry 

H. U., house 54 Langdon 
Hilton Charles A., baggage-receiver (B. & 

M. R. R., B.), boards 108 Winsor 
Hilton Helen, widow of Albert E., house 

108 Winsor 
Hilton James M., butter and cheese (cel- 
lars, F. H. market, B), h. 9 Mellen 
Hilton James M. (J. M. Hilton & Co.), 
stoves, etc., 434 Harvard, h. 47 Oxford 
Hilton John, hairdresser, b. 117 Columbia 
Hilton Joseph F., provisions (5 F. H. mar- 
ket, B. ), house 9 Hancock place 
Hilton J. M. & Co. (James M. Hilton and 
Fred W. Rivinius), stoves, 434 Har- 
vard 
Hilton LaviniaF., widow, h. 117 Columbia 
Hilton Peter, hairdresser, b. 117 Columbia 
Hilton Simeon, piano-maker, 624 Main, h. 

25 Suffolk 
Hilton Thomas B., hairdresser, bds. 117 
Columbia [Union 

Hiltz Joseph, cooper, 502 Main, house 28 
Hiltz Joshua, baker, h. 337 Cambridge 
Himeon Minor W., carpenter, h. 20 Suffolk 
Hinds Benj., laborer, h. 3 Conlon court 
Hinds Henry E., conductor U. R. Co., h. 

16 Dunster 
Hinds James, laborer, 40 Washington 
Hinds Lewis, fish, 77 Pleasant, h. 286 Pearl 
Hines Michael H., iron-molder, 368 Main, 

house 331 do. 
Hines Richard B., commercial traveler (38 

Chauncy, B.), house 12 Day 
Hinman Joseph, agent Fire Extinguisher 
Mnfg. Co. (41 Federal, B.), house 48 
Magazine 
Hinrichs Henry C. (J. C. Hinrichs & Co.), 
provisions, 130 Inman, h. 104 Hamp- 
shire 
Hinrichs John C. (J. C. Hinrichs & Co.), 

130 Inman, boards 104 Hampshire 
Hinrichs J. C. & Co. (John C. and Henry 
C. Hinrichs), provisions, 130 Inman 



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Hippler Andrew, willow-basket maker, 
house rear 81 Sixth 

Hirl Mary J., brush mnfr., 32 First, house 
128 Third 

Hirons Richard, organ finisher, 624 Main, 
house 3 Rollins court 

Hiscock Orlando, laborer, house 48 Pine 

Hiscock Simon D., police, station 2, house 
99 Washington 

Hiss George R. A., house 16 Arlington 

Hixon Charles F., clerk, 157 Harvard, 
house 59 Portland 

Hixon Edward (Edward Hixon & Co.), 
furniture, 124 Harvard, and/ 364 Wash- 
ington, B.), house 70 Franklin 

Hixon Edward jr. (Edward Hixon & Co.), 
124 Harvard, and 364 Washington, 
B.), house atLongwood 

Hixon Edward & Co. (Edward Hixon, 
Frederick Reed, and Edward Hixon 
jr.), furniture manufacturers, 124 Har- 
vard, and (364 Washington, B.) 

Hixon Emily, widow of Walter J., house 
17 Franklin 

Hixon Geo. Mrs., house 116 Harvard 

Hixon Geo. E., upholsterer (48 Canal, B.), 
house 85 Auburn 

Hixon Margaret A., widow of James, 
house 13 Sparks street place 

Hixon Robert T., driver hose carriage, 
No. 1, Brattle square, rooms do. 

Hixon Sarah, widow of Martin, house 71 
Hastings 

Hoadly Geo. J. A. B.. law student H. U., 
rooms 66 Thayer Hall 

HO AG JONATHAN, groceries and 
provisions, 171 Main, h. 287 Broadway 
Hoar Sherman, student H. U., rooms 31 

Weld Hall 
Hoare Francis, traveling salesman (252 

Devonshire, B.), house 82 Green 
Hoban Mary, widow, house Cambridge, 

corner Harding 
Hobart Washington, carpenter, house 365 

Main [Norfolk 

Hobbs Augustus L., carpenter, boards 11| 
Hobbs Charles A., photographer, 33 River, 

boards 12 Blackstone 
Hobbs Edward, confectioner, boards 242 

Harvard 
Hobbs Emeline T., widow, b. 19 Franklin 
Hobbs Francis A., bookbinder Riverside 

Press, house 14 Bath 
Hobbs George, boarding-house, 53 Cherry 
Hobbs Henry C, glass-cutter, house rear 

150 Prospect 
Hobbs Jeremiah R., driver hook and lad- 
der, No. 2, house 83 Plymouth 
Hobbs Jeremiah S., carpenter, h. 7 Park 
Hobbs Marland C, student H. U., rooms 

15 Gray's Hall 
Hobbs Moses H., boards 19 Franklin 
Hobbs William, clock repairer, house 162 

Harvard [Hampshire 

Hobbs William K., cabinet-maker, h. 123 
Hocking Mary E., widow of John, house 

30 Coggswell avenue 



Hodgdon Geo. F., hostler, house Squire's 

brick block, Gore 
Hodgdon John H., carpenter, boards rear 

508 Main 
Hodgdon Samuel, carver, 54 Bridge, 

house at Everett 
Hodge Bridget, widow of Richard, house 

67 Mt. Auburn 
Hodge John W., conductor U. R. Co., 

boards 67 Mt. Auburn 
Hodge Theodore, waiter Memorial Hall 
Hodges Alice R. Mrs., asst. bookkeeper 

(Tremont Temple, B.), boards 343 

Broadway [3 Gray's Hall 

Hodges Archie L., student H. U., rooms 
Hodges Arthur, civil engineer, 583 Main. 

and (19 Exchange place, B.), house at 

West Somerville 
Hodges Carrie D. Miss, b. 100 Mt. Auburn 
Hodges Charles E., clerk (26 F. H. market, 

B.), boards 450 Broadway 
Hodges Francis Frederick, clerk (22 Pearl, 

B.), boards 450 Broadway 
Hodges Geo. Clarendon, law student H. 

U., rooms 19 Thayer Hall 
Hodges Harry B., instructor in German 

H. U., rooms 15 Hollis Hall 
Hodges Jane, widow of Francis, house 

450 Broadway 
Hodges Lydia E. Mrs., h. 100 Mt. Auburn 
Hodges Mary A., widow of James C, h. 

11 Kinnaird 
Hodges Mary E. Miss, compositor Cam- 
bridge Tribune, boards 11 Kinnaird 
Hodgkins Clara J. Miss, dressmaker, 

house 104 Thorndike 
Hodgkins James H , regulator, 162 Broad- 
way, house 31 Brookline 
Hodgkins John S., paper-hanger, house 

rear 140 Spring 
Hodgkins Margaret R. Miss, teacher Har- 
vard grammar school, h. at Boston 
Hodgkins Rufus M., stove lining agent, 

house 1 Whitney court 
Hodgkins Walter R., paper-hanger, bds. 

104 Thorndike 
Hodgson Edward W., harness-maker (73 

Hanover, B.), house 347 Broadway 
Hodsdon Benj. P., produce (11 and 12 No. 

Market, B. ), house 112 Thorndike 
Hodsdon Clarence L., cooper, rear 68 

Allston, house 70 do. 
Hodsdon Edwin C, cooper, 169 Gore, 

house 184 Cambridge 
Hodsdon Geo. W., bookkeeper (11 and 12 

No. Market, B.), bds. 112 Thorndike 
Hodsdon Wilder B., clerk (146 Devon- 
shire, B.), boards 112 Thorndike 
Hodson John T., cook, house Hotel 

Brooks, Brooks 
Hoefield Henry, artist Riverside Press, 

boards Prospect House 
Hofer Frederick, tool maker, First, near 

Cambridge, house 2 Dailey's alley 
Hoffman John, cabinet maker, house 351 

Cambridge [Clark 

Hoffman Reinhold F., cabinet maker, h.49 



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Hofman Ernest, tailor, opposite 415 Broad- 
way, house 3 Emmons place 

Hofman L. Daniel W., brass-finisher, 
house 39 Baldwin 

Hofman Stillman'G. W., bds. 39 Baldwin 

Hogan Daniel, laborer Cambridge gas 
works, house at Boston 

Hogan Edward, cooper, h. 16 Squire's ct. 

Hogan Edward J., trimmer, 162 Broadway, 
house 50 Western avenue 

Hogan Frederick A., piano key maker, 
house 23 Pine 

Hogan James, laborer, h. 143 Hampshire 

Hogan James, carpenter, house 30 Spring 

Hogan John, brass finisher, 368 Main 

Hogan John B., cabinet-maker, house 393 
Main 

Hogan John C, stereotyper, University 
Press, house 28 Hancock 

Hogan John J., house 393 Main 

Hogan Julia, widow of John, house 28 
Hancock 

Hogan J., laborer, 368 Main 

Hogan Mary, widow of Patrick, house 226 
Bridge 

Hogan Mary Mrs., house Holworthy, cor- 
ner Belmont 

Hogan Matthew E., pork, etc., h. 6 Mead 

Hogan Matthew J., teamster John Rear- 
don & Sons, house 271 Putnam av. 

Hogan Patrick, laborer, house 9 Sparks 

Hogan Richard F., clerk (B.), boards 16 
Squire's court 

Hogan Thos., machinist, 368 Main, boards 
28 Hancock 

Hoit Sarah, widow of Ezekiel, h. 28 Fifth 

Hoit Sophia G., widow of Joseph, house 
128 Thorndike 

Holbrook Edward, h. 22 Lake View av. 

Holbrook James H., clerk (B.), house 26 
Fifth [av. 

Holbrook Louisa Miss, b. 22 Lake View 

Holbrook Nathan H., supt. John Reardon 
& Sons. Waverly, cor. Talbot, house 
42 Chestnut 

Holden Amos P., house 100 Allston 

Holden Austin, asst. librarian at Athen- 
aeum (Beacon, n. Bowdoin, B.),boards 
21 Linnaean 

Holden Harry, student H. U., rooms 11 
Hollis Hall 

Holden John, shipper, Riverside Press, h. 
at Boston 

Holden Llewellyn, key finisher, 139 Broad- 
way, boards 17 Suffolk 

Holden Margaret A., widow of James D., 
house 21 Linnasan 

Holden Orin A., key-finisher, 139 Broad- 
way, house at Maiden 

Holden Robert, coachman, house 432 
Broadway [tur 

Holden Walter W., carpenter, h. 27 Deca- 

Holden William, blacksmith (B.), house 
152 Green 

Holden Wm. H., fish-cutter, h. 53 Vine 

Holderness James F. L., teamster, house 
88 Webster avenue 



Holin Michael, laborer, h. 364 Cambridge 
Hollaud B., machinist, 356 Main 
Holland Chas. H., clerk (1 Hamilton, B.), 

house 109 Inman [shire 

Holland Cornelius, laborer, h. 189 Hamp- 
Holland Ellen, widow of David, house 83 

Broadway 
Holland Frederick W. Rev., h. 15 Everett 
Holland Henry W., attorney (33 School, 

B. ), house 15 Everett 
Holland John, laborer, h. 377 Cambridge 
Holland John, laborer, 139 Broadway, h. 

2 Deacon 
Holland John, laborer U. R. Co., Mt. Au- 
burn, house Cushing, n. Cushing ct. 
Holland John F., student H. U., rooms 8 

College House [ter 

Holland Michael W., teamster, h. 65 Win- 
Holland Wm., watchman U. R. Co., Dun- 

ster, house 161 Green 
Holland Wm. A., printer "University Press, 

boards 12 Dunster 
Holland Wm. C, tinner, 163 Pleasant, 

boards 26 Prince 
Hollenbeck John, janitor, 555 Main, h. do. 
Hollerhan David, butcher Niles Bros., 

house off Concord av., near do. 
Hollerton Cornelius, laborer, boards 167 

Broadway 
Holliday Wm. H., student H. U., rooms 

38 Matthews Hall 

Hollings Samuel A., cabinet-maker, house 

62 Thorndike 
Hollis Chas. R., wheelwright, 178 North 

avenue, boards 212 do. [bia 

Hollis Mary, wid. of Chas.,h. 103 Colum- 
Hollis Wm. E., dentist, 603 Main, boards 

103 Austin 
Holloway W. Edelin, law student H. U., 

boards 104 Mt. Auburn 
Holly John A., photographer, boards 69 

Concord avenue 
Holly Patrick, house 69 Concord avenue 
Holly Tree Coffee Rooms, 20 Brattle 
Hollyday Luke, laborer, h. 70 Harvard 
Holman Chas. E., clerk, 162 Broadway, 

house 107 Winsor 
Holman Chas. H., student H. U., rooms 

28 Weld Hall 
Holmberg John F., hay and grain, 185 

Broadway, house 38 Union 
Holmberg Sarah A.,grocer,38 Union,h.do. 
Holmes Anna P. Miss, house 93£ Auburn 
Holmes Benj. B., student H. U., rooms 24 

Weld Hall ' [Dunster 

Holmes Caroline E., widow of Chas., h. 12 
Holmes Charles A., student H. U., rooms 

39 Weld Hall 

Holmes Frank M., flour (42 Commercial, 

B.), house 80 Magazine 
Holmes Frank Wm., student H. U., bds. 

80 Magazine and rooms 4 Matthews 

Hall 
Holmes Fred H., agent, boards 3 Norfolk 
Holmes FreelandS., janitor Masonic Hall, 

633 Main, and Boardman and Mason 

schools, house 48 Austin 



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HOLMES F. M. FURNITURE 
CO. (Levi S. Gould and Frank A. 
Patch), furniture mnfrs., 44 Cam- 
bridge, near First and (107 Washing- 
ton, B.) 
Holmes Geo. A., clerk Registry of Deeds 
(Court sq., B.), house 12 Jay 

HOLMES GEO. H., clerk and mes- 
senger Charles River National Bank, 

1 Harvard row, boards 75 Allston 
Holmes Helen E., widow of Joseph H., 

house 39 William 
Holmes Howard W., driver, 203 Bridge, 

boards 63 Spring 
Holmes Isaac C. (Holmes & Rugg), wood 

and coal, 166 River, h. 75 Allston 
Holmes Isaac G. (I. G. Holmes & Co.), 

boots and shoes, 567 Main, boards 75 

Allston 
Holmes I. G. & Co. (Isaac G. Holmes), 

boots and shoes, 567 Main 
Holmes Jacob R., house 3 Norfolk 
Holmes James A., notary public (67 Sears 

building, B. ), boards 325 Harvard 
Holmes John, house 5 Appian-way 
Holmes John P., student H. U., rooms 1 

College House 
Holmes Joseph A. (Joseph A. Holmes & 

Co.), grocer, 606 and 610 Main, house 

55 Magazine 

HOLMES JOSEPH A. & CO. 
(Joseph A. Holmes), grocers, 606, 608 

and 610 Main 
Holmes Marcus R., packer A. H. Hews & 

Co., house 84 Moore [Spring 

Holmes Mary A., widow of David N., h. 63 
Holmes Mary F., widow of Charles W., 

house 55 Magazine 
Holmes Patrick, coachman, 165 Brattle, 

house 46 Foster 
Holmes Thomas, laborer, house Lexing- 
ton avenue, 1st from North avenue 
Holmes Walter A., clerk (141 Federal, B.), 

boards 48 Austin 
Holmes William, show-case maker (309 

Washington, B.), house Cushing, near 

Woodlawn [Moore 

Holmes Wm. B., piano-sharp maker, b. 84 
Holmes Wm. F., hay and grain, 162 River, 

boards 75 Allston 
Holmes & Rugg (Isaac C. Holmes and 

George H. Rugg), wood and coal, 166 

River 
Holmgreen Charles, salesman (92 Wash- 
ington, B.), house 32 Fairmont 
Hoist Gustave A., engineer, 124 Harvard, 

house 134 do. [Sidney 

Hoist John, machinist, 356 Main, bds. 23 
Holt Adeline, widow of Jacob A., house 

49 Elm [16 Watson 

Holt Alden, steam-fitter (38 Beach, B.), h. 
Holt Alfred F., physician, 98 Austin, h. do. 
Holt Carl B. F., safe-maker, 17 Main, house 

3 Pelham 
Holt Homer C, lawyer, 589£ Main, h. do. 
Holt James H. H., painter, 14 Church, 

boards 10 South 



Holt James L. Mrs., house 10 South 
Holt Samuel H., foreman of blacksmiths 

(409 Federal, B.), house 8Plympton 
Holt Stephen A. (Holt & Bugbee), hard 

wood lumber, 17 East, office (173 

Friend and 84 Canal, B.), house at 

Winchester 

HOL.T WILLIAM B., painter, 14 
Church, house 8 Acacia 
HOLT & BUGBEE (Stephen A. 
Holt and John B. Bugbee), hard wood 

lumber, 17 East, office (173 Friend, B.) 
Holton Fred. H., excelsior mnfr. (New 

Durham, N. H.), and coppersmith 

(36 Chardon, B.), house 14 Prospect 
Holyer Robert H., porter (29 Court, B.), 

house 17 Hastings 
Homan James, laborer, boards 33 Carson 
Homans Wm. P., student H. U., rooms 14 

Holyoke House 
Homer Adeline D., widow of Charles W., 

house 26 Garden 
Homer Fitz H., confectioner, h. 105 Green 
Homer Sarah A., widow of Moore R., 

house 214 Harvard 
Homo Jose, box-maker, 3 Hampshire 
Hood John, machinist, 368 Main, house 

17 State 
Hood Wm. H. (Blaisdell & Hood), wood 

dealer, 79 Brattle, b. 15 Farwell place 
Hooke Charles W., student H. U., rooms 

61 College House 
Hooker Anson Mrs., house 415 Broadway 
Hooker Charles K., steam-heating, base- 
ment, 602 Main, house foot of Pearl 
Hooker Charles R., driver S. F. E., No. 4, 

house 2 Russell 
Hooker Edward D., student H. U., boards 

415 Broadway [102 Thorndike 

Hooker Emma J. Mrs., music teacher, h. 
Hooker Henry, house 53 Auburn 
Hooker Hiram W., driver steam fire en- 
gine No. 1, Brattle square, rooms do. 
Hooker Wm. J., engraver (71 Sudbury, B.) 

house 145 Main 
Hooley Julia, widow, house 26 Hancock 
Hooley John, driver, 120 Green, boards 26 

Hancock [26 Hancock 

Hooley William, hostler, 677 Main, boards 
Hooper Charles H., flour (102 State, B.), 

house 349 Harvard 
Hooper Edward W., treasurer Harvard 

College (70 Water, B.), and lawyer (40 

State, room 21, B.), house Reservoir, 

opposite the reservoir 
Hooper Frank A., clerk (139 Court, B.), 

boards 53 Fifth 
Hooper Franklin H., student H. U., rooms 

38 Thayer Hall 
Hooper Isaac D., house 2 Allston court 
Hooper Mary L., widow of James, house 

291 North avenue [Fifth 

Hooper Moses W., police, station 3, h. 53 
Hooper Warren L., fruit (42 South Mar- 
ket, B.), house 291 North avenue 
Hope Eugene, stereotyper Riverside Press, 

house 12 Walnut court 



TOMBS, 



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P. O'BRIEN & SON, 820 Main and 89 Sparks Streets. 



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Hope John, fireman Niles Bros., and vari- 
ety store, 422 Cambridge, house do. 

Hopewell John jr., horse clothing (129 
Washington, B.), house 24 Inman 

Hopewell William, waiter, house rear 215 
Mt. Auburn 

Hopkins Albert B., carpenter and build- 
er, house 276 Pearl 

Hopkins Catherine, widow of Edward, 
house 121 Elm 

Hopkins Edward Earl, medical student 
H. U., boards 67 Magazine 

Hopkins Emma A. Miss, teacher Thorn- 
dike grammar school, bds. 165 Spring 

Hopkins Esther C, widow of Wilham G., 
house 58 Fifth 

Hopkins George W., porter (B.), house 11 
Fourth street place 

Hopkins James, laborer, h. 3 Norfolk ct. 

Hopkins James H., student H. U., rooms 
9 Hollis Hall 

Hopkins James H. T., clothing, 658 Main 

Hopkins Joseph W., clerk, bds. 58 Fifth 

Hopkins Josiah, painter, h. 15 Pleasant 

Hopkins Michael J., teamster, 168 Main, 
house 7 Roger's block, Main 

Hopkins Robert, carpenter, b. 6 Lincoln 

Hopkins Thos., glass-blower, h. 165 Spring 

Hopkins William J., student H. XL, rooms 
39 Holyoke House 

Hopkinson John P., teacher (20 Boylston 
place, Boston), hous^ 22 Craigie 

Hoppin Nicholas Rev., h. 469 Broadway 

Horan Charles, laborer, house 65 Spruce 

Horan Daniel, laborer, 211 Bridge, boards 
3 Fifth 

Horan Ellen, widow of Patrick, house 24 
Montgomery [Montgomery 

Horan Jeremiah, laborer, h. Belmont, cor. 

Horan John, carpenter, house 8 Sands 

Horan John, teamster, 211 Bridge, boards 
3 Fifth 

Horan John P., printer (B.), h. 174 Green 

Horan Mary, widow of David, h. 53 North 

Horan Peter F., boards 53 North 

Horan Timothy, painter, house Mont- 
gomery, corner Belmont 

Horan Timothy, teamster, 211 Bridge, 
house 3 Fifth 

Horgan Dennis, stone-cutter A. McDon- 
ald, house Holworthy, beyond school- 
house 

Horgan Dennis, laborer, 368 Main 

Horgan Dennis, marble-worker, 53 Main, 
house 9 Boardman place 

Horgan John, grocer, 69 Gore, house do. 

Horgan John Joseph, conductor U. R. 
Co., house 107 Tremont 

Horgan John J., marble-works, 45 to 53 
Main, house 9 Boardman place 

Horgan Thomas L., machinist Boston 
Bridge Works, Sixth, house at Boston 

HORN HERBERT J. (Citizens' Ice 
Co. ), boards 58 Elm 
Horn Oscar P., cooper, house Squire's 
brick block, Gore [way 

Horn Plummer S., teamster, h. 57 Broad- 



Horne Albert, cooper, house Squire's 
brick block, Gore [Reed 

Horrigan Ann, widow of Timothy, h. 29 

Hoirigan Daniel, printer, bds. 24 DeWolf 

Horrigan Jeremiah, blacksmith, 169 Gore, 
house 265 Cambridge 

Horrigan John, laborer, 368 Main 

Horrigan John, laborer, house 53 Amory 

Hoirigan Timothy, coachman Robert O. 
Fuller, house 50 Amory 

Horrigan Timothy, laborer, house rear 
189 Hampshire 

Horselower Jean B., gardener, house 
Harvey, last on left 

Horsford Ebeu N., house 27 Craigie 

Horton Fred B., fly-finisher, 162 Broad- 
way, boards 181 Harvard 

Horton Joseph W., carver, 54 Bridge, 
boards at Everett 

Horton Sylvester, tube-board maker, 162 
Broadway, house 5 Felton 

Hosford Win., brass finisher, b. 42 Austin 

Hotel Brooks, Brooks 

Hotel Cambridge, William Snell, proprie- 
tor, 45 Otis 

Hotel Clark, Clark, corner School 

Hotel Holly, Holly, corner Brooks 

Hough Wm. E,, warden Almshouse, Tan- 
nery, house do, 

Hough Wm. E. Mrs., matron Almshouse, 
Tannery, house do. 

Houghton Charlotte, widow of Augustine 
F., house 14 Warland 

Houghton Cornelius A., cabinet-maker, 
house 169 Norfolk 

Houghton Edward C, brass-finisher, 368 
Main, house 42 Austin 

Houghton Henry O. (H. O. Houghton & 
Co.), printer, and (Houghton, Mifflin 
& Co.), publisher Riverside Press, 
house 800 Main 

Houghton Henry O. jr., clerk Riverside 
Press, boards 800 Main 

Houghton H. O. & Co. ( Henry O. Hough- 
ton, Geo. H Mifflin, and Lawson Val- 
entine), printers and stereotypers 
Riverside Press, Blackstone 

Houghton John H., foreman, 72 Main, 
house 291 Pearl 

Houghton Mary A., widow of George A., 
house 353 Harvard 

Houghton, Mifflin & Co. (Henry O. Hough- 
ton, George H. Mifflin, and Lawson 
Valentine), publishers Riverside Press, 
Blackstone 

Houghton Thomas P., building mover, 
house 64 Hampshire [vard 

Houlihan John, carriagesmith, b. 30 Har- 

Houlihan Michael, laborer, 3 Hampshire, 
house 90 Washington [vard 

Houlihan Patrick J., printer, b. 30 Har- 

Houlihan Thomas, laborer, 69 Main, 
house 30 Harvard 

Houlihan Thomas A., printer (39 Arch, 
Boston), house 130 Harvard 

Housman Charles H., pocketbook-maker 
(9 School, Boston), house 133 Spring 



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Houston John, waiter Memorial Hall, 
house at Boston 

Houston John B., cook, house 95 Elm 

Hovey Charles H., florist (22 Tremont, 
Boston), house 381 Broadway 

Hovey Charles M. (Hovey & Co.), nurser- 
ies, Cambridge, opp. Highland av., 
and seed store (16 South Market, B.), 
house 381 Broadway [Pearl 

Hovey Dana R., clerk, 532 Main, house 24 

Hovey Horatio N. ( H. N. Hovey & Co.), 
grocer, 89 Cambridge, house 93 Otis 

Hovey Horatio N. jr., dry goods, etc., 103 
Cambridge, house do. 

Hovey H. N. & Co. (Horatio N. Hovey, 
George W. Dearborn, and Henry Can- 
nell), grocers, 89 Cambridge 

Hovey John C, horticulturist (16 South 
Market, B. ), house 9 Brookline 

Hovey J. Dana, grocer, 532 Main, h. do. 

Hovey Mary H., widow of William B., 
house 40 William 

Hovey Phineas B. (Hovey & Co. ), seeds- 
man, Cambridge, opp. Highland av., 
and (16 So. Market, B.),h. 9 Brookline 

Hovey Stephen E., carriage-smith, boards 
40 Spruce 

Hovey Walter, supt. (456 Washington, B.), 
house 15 Arlington 

Hovey William B., clerk (48 Canal, B.), 
boards 15 Arlington 

Hovey William H., butter and cheese (32 
F. H. market, B.), house 67 Pleasaut 

HOVEY & CO. (Charles M. and 
Phineas B. Hovey), florists and 
nurserymen, Cambridge, opp. High- 
land avenue, and seed store (16 South 
Market, B.) 

Howard Abby A. K. Miss, teacher Thorn- 
dike grammar school, boards 68 Otis 

Howard Albert A., student H. U., rooms 
20 Prescott 

Howard Amelia C, hairdresser, 37» Nor- 
folk, house do. 

Howard Charles A., waiter Memorial Hall, 
rooms 20 Flagg 

Howard Chas. W., key finisher, 139 Broad- 
way, house 84 Winsor 

Howard Elizabeth D., widow of R. L., 
house Foxcroft, corner Avon Hill 

Howard Edwin, student H. U., rooms 24 
Weld Hall [Kinnaird 

Howard Frank R., tinsmith, boards 34 

Howard Gabriel, laborer, house Garden 
street place, rear 37 Garden 

Howard Geo. C, author and actor, house 
826 Main 

HOWARD GEO. H., bookkeeper, 
203 Bridge, house 38 Fifth 
Howard Hannah Mrs., house 15Shepard 
Howard Herbert B., clerk, 400 Harvard, 

rooms 17 Dunster 
Howard Horace, law student H. TJ., bds. 

15 Shepard [Cambridge 

Howard James, glass-cutter, house 364 
Howard James C., asst. at Observatory, 

house at East Somerville 



Howard James Richard, b. 364 Cambridge 
Howard John, collar-maker, 10 Arrow, 

house 364 Cambridge 
Howard Julius D., compositor University 

Press, house 21 Banks 
Howard J. J., at 139 Broadway, b. 145 do. 
Howard Mary, wid. of Jas., h. 46 Winter 
Howard Oscar S., student H. U., rooms 

14 Holyoke House 
Howard Peter M. Mrs., house 37 Norfolk 
Howard Richard, safe-maker, 17 Main, 

house at Boston 
Howard Thomas M., night-watchman, 203 

Bridge, house 44H Cambridge 
Howard William, at 139 Broadway, boards 

17 Suffolk 
Howard William H., painter, house 2 Em- 
erson block, Crescent avenue 
Howard Wm. L., lawver, house 21 Banks 

HOWE ARCHIBALD M., lawyer 
(25 Congress, room 3, B.), b.4 Garden 
Howe Adeline R., widow of Eli, house 99 

Concord avenue 
Howe Avery F., bacon-curer, rear 400 

Main, house 35 William 
Howe Benj., action-maker, 162 Broadway, 

house 5 Tenney 
Howe B. Varnum, optical goods (106 Tre- 
mont, B.), boards 137 North avenue 
Howe Charles E., machinist B. L. & C. R. 

R. shop, boards at Lowell 
Howe Charles T., clerk (45 India, B.), bds. 

32 Wendell [7 Norris 

Howe Clara B., widow of Andrews, house 
Howe David (Howe & Putney), bacon- 
curer, rear 414 Main house 41 Norfolk 
Howe Edward F., house 33 Front 
Howe Elias, music (88 Court, B.), house 

285 Broadway 
Howe Estes, treas. Cambridge Gas Light 

Co., 424 Harvard and B. H. T. & W. 

R. R. (60 Equitable building, Boston), 

house 1 Oxford 
Howe Frank M., architect (60 Devonshire, 

B.), house 7 Norris 
Howe Frederick C, clerk (75 Broad, B.), 

boards 32 Wendell 
Howe George E., student H. U., rooms 14 

Hollis Hall 
Howe Harriet B., widow of James Mur- 
ray, house 4 Garden 
Howe Harriet U. Mrs., house 4 Austin pi. 
Howe James Henry, ice-man, boards 99 

Concord avenue 
Howe James Murray, real estate agent (5 

Court, B.), boards 4 Garden 
Howe John, clerk, 92 Pleasant, house at 

Boston [Inman 

Howe John E., student H. TJ., rooms 26 
Howe Joseph, painter, h. 8 Maynard place 
Howe Laforest D., boards 41 Norfolk 
Howe Mary E. Miss, house 2 Garden 
Howe Mary L., widow, house 4 Center 
Howe Moses G., lawyer (47 Court, room 

11, B.), house 137 North avenue 
Howe Otis (Howe Spring Bed Co.), spring 

bed mnfr., 386 Main, house 26 Inman 



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Howe Richard F., student H. U., rooms 5 

Hoi worthy Hall 
Howe Samuel, teamster, bds. 83 Bridge 
Howe vSara R. Miss, house 2 Garden 

HOWE SPRING BED CO. (Otis 
Howe), spring bed mnfrs., 386 Main 
Howe Thomas J., boots and shoes (136 

Summer, B.), house 32 Wendell 
Howe Tracy, clerk (150 Devonshire, B.), 

boards 55 Garden 
Howe U. Tracy, house 55 Garden 
Howe Wm., florist, Oxford, cor. Crescent, 

house 5 Crescent 
Howe Wm., clergyman, house 746 Main 
Howe William, fly finisher, 162 Broadway, 

house at Medford 
Howe Wm. F., drug clerk (3 Beacon, B.), 

boards 4 Austin place 
Howe Wm. H, clerk (88 Court, B.}, bds. 

285 Broadway 
Howe William H. H., janitor Felton and 

Thayer Halls, boards do. 

HOWE & PUTNEY (David Howe 
and George Putney), bacon-cutters, 

rear 414 Main, order box (28 F. H. 

market, B.) 
Howell Henrietta L. Mrs.,h. 127 North 

avenue [h. 48 Prospect 

Howes Lewis W., lawyer (33 School, B.), 
Howes Richard T., fruit (12 Merchants 

row, B.), house 97 Inman 
Howes Solomon, sea-captain, house 334 

Broadway 
Howland Daniel O., clerk, Main, junction 

Washington, house 414 Main 
Howland Darius, roofer, house 11 Sidney 
Howland Julius W., clerk 473 Main, bds. 

14 Green 
Howland S. S., apothecary (Stoneham), 

house Fresh Pond lane 
Howland S. S. Mrs., prop. Fresh Pond 

Hotel, Fresh Pond lane 
Howland William, telephones (B.), boards 

9 Gerry 
Howland William O., cashier (178 Devon- 
shire, B.), house 229 Green 
Howlett Clarence M., clerk 3 Hampshire, 

boards 6 Upton 
Howlett Enoch J. (Custom House, B. ), 

and sexton First Universalist church, 

house 6 Upton 
Howlett Eugene L., clerk (18 Winter, B.), 

boards 25 Columbia 
Howlett George C, salesman (53 Broad, 

B.), house 25 Columbia 
Howlett George P., clerk (71 Chauncy, 

B.), boards 25 Columbia 
Howlett Joseph P., house 25 Columbia 
Howlett Orrin D., piano tuner, 624 Main, 

boards 6 Upton 
Howlett William C, piano regulator, 624 

Main, boards 6 Upton 
Howley James, cooper, house 6 Broadway 
Hoy James, laborer, boards 24 Carson 
Hoy Jane, wid. of Joseph, h. 24 Carson 
Hoyt Alvin, traveling salesman, 412 Main, 

house 404 do. 



Hoyt Arthur W., civil and mining engi- 
neer, house 369 Harvard 

Hoyt Benj. J., sexton of Broadway Bap- 
tist church, and bell-hanger, 247J 
Broadway, house 235£ do. 

Hoyt Benjamin S., house 134 Otis 

Hoyt Henry L., boards 235^ Broadway 

Hoyt Henry R., student H. U., rooms 3 
Beck Hall 

Hoyt James S. Rev., pastor First Evan- 
gelical Congregational church, house 
22 Inman 

Hoyt Mary A., widow, house 10 Chester 

Hoyt Mary A., widow of George F., h. 
7 Marvin place 

Hoyt Wm. L., 54 Bridge, h. at Charlestown 

Hubbard Appleton, wood and coal, 1 Har- 
vard square, house 19 Mt. Auburn 

Hubbard Charles D., blueing mnfr., 64 
Fifth, house 85 Thorndike 

Hubbard Frank L., clerk (24 Hawley, B.), 
boards 8 Rockwell 

Hubbard Harry, student H. U., rooms 23 
College House 

Hubbard Harry M., student H. U., rms. 8 
Holworthy Hall 

Hubbard John A., clerk, 908 Main, boards 
5 Linden 

Hubbard John H., apothecary, 468 Har- 
vard, boards 378 do. 

Hubbard Lucius L., lawyer (19 Congress, 
room 7, B.), house 19 Craigie 

Hubbard Lucy K., widow of William M., 
house 9 Second 

Hubbard Melville W., clerk (Post-office, 
B.), house 8 Rockwell 

Hubbard Patrick, laborer, house Rolling 
Mill block, Bristol 

Hubbard Phineas, bookkeeper (143 Tre- 
mont, B.), house Avon Hill street, r. 
Washington [do. 

Hubbard Wm H., clerk, 31 Elm, house 30 

Huboard Willie E., grocer, 93 Fourth, b. 
85 Thorndike 

Huckins Charles, teamster, b. 43 Union 

Huckson Jacob, brass finisher, house 21 
Seventh [24 Dunster 

Hudgens Seymour I., student H. U., rms. 

Hudson Annie M., boards 75 Otis 

Hudson Charles H., lawyer, 564 Main, h. 
at Somerville [43 Pleasant 

Hudson Cora A. Miss, dressmaker,boards 

Hudson E. Frances, bookkeeper (198 
Washington, B.), boards 75 Otis 

Hudson Henry B., furnishing goods (1080 
Washington, B.), boards 33 Lee 

Hudson Henry N., clergyman, h. 33 Lee 

Hudson Reuben R., dentist (120 Tremont, 
B.), house 82 Inman 

Hudson Robert J., clerk (Blackstone, B.), 
boards 75 Otis 

Hudson Sophia Mrs., dressmaker, 520 
Main, boards do. 

HUDSON T. HENRY, cashie^Lech- 
mere National Bank, 66 Cambridge, 
boards 75 Otis [vard, h. do. 

Huebel Ernest C, shoemaker, 115 Har- 



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AMOUNT AT RISK JAN. 1, 1882, $5,265,000. 

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CASH ASSETS $120,000 

DEPOSIT NOTES, 150,000 

$270,000 
LIABILITIES (Re-insurance Fund), . . 38,850 

$231,150 

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Xo charge for Policies, assignments or transfers The Company is paying fifty per cent re- 
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Applications for Insurance or Renewal of Policies may be made at the Company's office, or 
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LOSSES PAID PROMPTLY. 
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OAMBR,IDG-EPOE,T. 

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DENTIST. 

Office, Rooms 7 & 8 Hyde's Block, 

603 Main St, Central Square, 
c.a.:ivcb:r,:e:dc3-:e:po:r,t. 
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MACHINE CARPET BEATING. 

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Huff George, carpenter, 203 Bridge, house 

59 Sixth 
Huff John B., mason, house 68 Winter 
Huger Elizabeth P. Miss, teacher Kinder- 
garten school, Arsenal grounds, Ar- 
senal square, boards 65 Sparks 
Huggins Nancy, wid., boards 3 Ballord pi. 
Hughes Edmond, laborer, h. 19 Brewery 
Hughes Frank P., machinist, 72 Main, h. 

5 Chestnut Park 
Hughes Frank P., farmer, b. 12 Jackson 
Hughes George H., painter, 101 Green, 

house at Somerville 
Hughes George W., painter, 101 Green, 

boards at Somerville 
Hughes John, laborer, h. 392£ Cambridge 
Hughes Margaret, widow of John, house 

12 Jackson 

Hughes Mary, widow, house 12 Fourth 

Hughes Michael, laborer Cambridge Cem- 
etery, house 9 May n aid place 

Hughes Philip, laborer, boards 3 George 

Hughes Thos., painter, 34 Mill, rooms 69£ 
Mt. Auburn 

Hughes Walter J., law student H. U., 
rooms 13 Kirkland place 

Hughes William, laborer, 162 Broadway, 
house 4 Rockwell 

Hughes Wm. N., cashier (117 Franklin, 
B.), boards 82 Magazine 

Hulbert George, upholsterer (350 Wash- 
ington, B.), house 44 Hamilton 

Hull Edward V., student H. XL, rooms 

13 Holyoke House 

Hull Frederick L., clerk (B. L. & C. R. R., 

B.), rooms 44 Mt. Auburn 
Hull James H., tinsmith, 387 Cambridge, 

boards 112 Winsor 
Hull Joseph, trader, house 111 Winsor 
Hull Thomas, clerk, 387 Cambridge, house 

112 Winsor 
Hulme Abby M., widow, h. 201 North av. 
Hulme Peter, stone-cutter, 53 Main, bds. 

at Boston 
Hultman Axel C, cigar maker (6 Avery, 

B.), house 27 Sidney 
Humans William, electrician, house 11 

Rogers block, Main fat Boston 

Humbert John S., piano mnfr.. 73 Main, h. 
Humbert Samuel B., piano maker,73 Main, 

house 198 Green 
Humiston Frederick R., bookkeeper Al- 
fred Fitzpatrick, State, house 7 Lam- 
bert avenue 
Humphrey Charles S., clerk (107 Federal, 

B.), boards 137 Oxford 
Humphrey David, flour (214 State, B.), h. 

811 Main [h. 23 Maple av. 

Humphrey David jr., flour (214 State, B.i, 
Humphrey Geo., engineer, 130 Gore, bds. 

26 Carson 
Humphrey Henry B. (40 Fort Hill square, 

B.), boards 181 Main 
Humphrey James, printer, h. 26 Banks 
Humphrey John, laborer, house 20 Carson 
Humphrey John jr., painter, 460 Main, 

house 9£ Suffolk 



Humphrey Orra H., clerk (P. O., B.), h. 

158 Pleasant 
Humphrey Robert, laborer, 130 Gore, 

house 26 Carson 
Humphrey Seth T., roofer (142 Charles, 

B.), house 181 Main 
Humphrey Thos., house 137 Oxford 
Humphreys Howard D., law student H. 

U. , rooms 20 Prescott [burn 

Humphreys Sophia Mrs., h. 104 Mt. Au- 
Humphries William W., laborer J. H. 

Eames, house 93 Brookline 
Humphrys Newton J., printer W. F. 

Brown & Co. (218 Franklin, B.), house 

26 Banks [Essex 

Hunnewell Anna D., widow of Otis, b. 51 
Hunnewell Charles H.. real estate, 448 

Harvard, and janitor Washington and 

Holmes schools, h. 134 Mt. Auburn 
Hunnewell Chas. H. M., plumber, ^Brat- 
tle, boards 134 Mount Auburn 
Hunnewell Frank M., clerk (1| North 

Harvard, Allston), boards 6 Ash st. 

place 
Hunnewell Franklin, paper-hanger, 14 

Church, house 17 Hilliard 
Hunnewell James A., jewelry, etc., 448 

Harvard, house 6 Ash street place 
Hunnewell James W., papers, confection- 
ery, etc., 228 North av., h. 7 Orchard 
Hunnewell Ruth, widow of Chas., house 

79 Brattle 
Hunnewell Wm., janitor Thorndike and 

Otis schools, house 136 Thorndike 
Hunnewell Wm. A. (Wm. A. Hunnewell 

& Co.), coal and wood, 84 Bridge, 

house at Somerville 

HUNNEWELL, WM. A. & CO. 
(William A. Hunnewell and David 

Proudfoot), coal and wood, 84 Bridge 

and (13 Kilby, B.) 
Hunson Frank H.,upholsterer,b. 53 Clark 
Hunson JLucinda A., widow of Henry, h. 

53 Clark [Franklin 

Hunson Stephen C, carpenter, house 209 
Hunson Stephen C. Mrs., dressmaker, h. 

209 Franklin 
Hunt Alfred H., bookkeeper (Standard 

Sugar Refinery, B.), bds. 32 Bigelow 
Hunt Clyde D. V., student H. XL, rooms 

11 Felton building 
Hunt David A., blacksmith, b. 30 Sidney 
Hunt Edgar F. (Edgar F. Hunt & Co.), 

bookseller and stationer, 575 Main, 

house 32 Bigelow 

HUNT EDGAK F. & CO. (Edgar 
F. Hunt), booksellers and stationers, 
575 Main [37 Second 

Hunt Elizabeth T., widow of Freeman, h. 
Hunt Emma Mrs., boards 33 Kinnaird 
Hunt Frederick T., student H. U., rooms 

82 Weld Hall 
Hunt Freeman, lawyer (B.), b. 37 Second 
Hunt Lucius D., engineer (104 W. Brook- 
line, B. ), house 3 Summer 
HUNT SAMUEL F., undertaker, 
and janitor High school, h.32 Bigelow 



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Hunt William D., American Rubber Co., 

Potter 
Hunt William H., salesman (145 Frank- 
lin, B.), house 38 Ellery 
Hunter Chas. M., foreman of finishers F. 

M. H. F. Co., house at Charlestown 
Hunter Frank, finisher F. M. H. F. Co., 

house at Charlestown 
Hunter Harriet, wid. of Jas., h. 60 Winter 
Hunter John, carpenter, b. 281 Cambridge 
Hunter John A., stoves, ranges, etc., 504 

Main, house 4 Decutar 
Hunter John J., finisher F. M. Holmes 

Furniture Co., house at Charlestown 
Hunter John M., piano maker, 73 Main, 

boards 198 Green 
Hunter Laura B. Miss, music teacher, b. 

681 Main 
Hunter Mary L. Mrs., house 4 Decatur 
Hunter Reuben T., machinist (B), boards 

60 Winter [15 Hollis 

Hunter Sarah, widow of John, house rear 
Hunter Thomas L., molder, 368 Main, h. 

430 do. [Winter 

Hunter Wm. H., glass engraver, bds. 60 
Hunting Annie, wid., b. 11 Ellsworth av. 
Hunting Chas. H. L., artist, house 27 Jay 
Hunting C. Frank, clerk (160 Congress, 

B.), boards 23 Columbia 
Hunting Henry A., sign painter, house 17 

Rockwell 
Hunting James D., artist (36 Bromfield, 

B.), boards 17 Rockwell 
Hunting Nathaniel S., student H. U., 

rooms 63 Thayer Hall 
Huntington James, watches, etc., 9 Har- 
vard row, house 55 North avenue 
Huntington James F., lumber (21 Doane, 

B.), house 25 Quincy 
Huntington Oliver M. W., b. 25 Quincy 
Huutoon Hazen P., physician, h. 69 River 
Huntress Edward T., carpenter, house 

rear 150 Prospect 
Huntress James E., musician Edmands' 

Band (65 Cornhill, B. ), house 4 Green- 

ough avenue 
Hurd Alfred D., telegraph operator River- 
side Press, boards 4 Prospect 
Hurd Amos D., h. rear Palmer, n. Brattle 
Hurd Edward A., watchmaker, 195 North 

avenue, house rear 15 Hollis 
Hurd Elisha, laborer, h. Kinnaird, c. Bay 
Hurd Elizabeth Miss, house 661 Main 
Hurd E., watchman U. R. Co., Dunster 
Hurd George W., boards 661 Main 
Hurd James D., cashier Riverside Press, 

house at Newtonville 
Hurd Mary A. Mrs., restaurant, basement 

559 Main, house do. 
Hurd Theodore C, clerk of courts, Court 

House, Third, house 3 Inman 
Hurlbut Weymouth H., mill-hand, 162 

Broadway, house 107 Columbia 
Hurlbut William R., dry goods (20 Hano- 
ver, B.), house 425 Broadway 
Hurlbut William S., clerk (20 Hanover, 

B.), boards 425 Broadway 



Hurley Catharine, widow of Patrick, 
house 25 Mt. Auburn 

Hurley Daniel, waiter (Tremont House, 
B.), house 4 Fourth 

Hurley Daniel, laborer, house 11 Short 

Hurley Daniel, laborer Riverside Oil 
Works, boards 151 Otis 

Hurley Dennis F., clerk, 185 Bridge, 
boards 183 do. 

Hurley Ellen Mrs., house 47 Reed 

Hurley James Mrs., h. 64 Washington 

Hurley Jas., teamster, 169 Gore, h. 63 do. 

Hurley Jeremiah, waiter (Tremont House, 
B.), house 45 Charles 

Hurley Jeremiah, machinist, 17 Main, 
house at Boston 

Hurley Jeremiah, varnisher, 162 Broad- 
way, house at Boston 

Hurley Margaret, widow of Florence, 
house 8 Lechmere place 

Hurley Maurice, farmer, h. 194 Dublin 

Hurley Michael, carpenter B. L. & C. R. 
R. repair shop, house rear 127 Elm 

Hurley Patrick, laborer, house 6 Fourth 

Hurley Thomas J., carpenter, h. 1 Ninth 

Hurley Timothy J., safe painter, 17 Main, 
boards rear 127 Elm 

Hurlihy Timothy, laborer, h. 26 Warren 

Hurrell Edwin J., mason, and crockery, 
etc., 489 Main, house 31 Kinnaird 

Hurst George M., porter, 162 Broadway, 
house rear 16l£ do. 

Hurter William F., salesman (30 Winter, 
B.), boards 738 Main 

Hussey Clara, widow of Joshua, h. 24 East 

Hussey Eliza M., teacher Putnam gram- 
mar school, boards 342 Broadway 

Hussey Frank E., machinist, 17 Main, 
boards at Boston 

Hussey John, teamster John M. Woods, 
house 24 East 

Hussey Ruel, painter, 660 Main, boards. 
22 Putnam avenue 

Huston Albert, hostler U. R. Co., 201 
Main, house 13 Brewery 

Huston I. Randall, laborer, h. 83 Vine 

Hutchings George S., organ mnfr. (233 
Cambridge, B.), house Chestnut, cor- 
ner Pearl 

Hutchins Amy Miss, teacher Hillside 
grammar school (Jamaica Plain), 
boards 6 White 

Hutchins Frank E., currier, boards Tan- 
nery, 4th house on left 

Hutchins Hiram, machinist, 72 Main, 
boards 9 Broadway 

Hutchins Nellie A. Miss, teacher Shepard 
grammar school, boards 6 White 

Hutchins Oscar B., teacher (608 Washing- 
ton, B.), house 29 Norfolk 

Hutchins Samuel, pressman Riverside 
Press, house 12 Ash street place 

Hutchins William, driver U. R. Co., boards 
Frank, 6th on the left 

Hutchins William, house 6 White 

Hutchins William Mrs., florist, White, c. 
Somerville avenue, house 6 White 



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Hutchins William E., law student, boards 
6 White 

Hutchinson Charles A., conductor U. R. 
Co., boards 41 Baldwin 

Hutchinson Charles W., laborer, 92 Main, 
house 8 Cherry [Lincoln 

Hutchinson Edwin W., carpenter, h. 4 

Hutchinson George A., teamster, house 
152 Prospect 

Hutchinson Granville H., clerk (B.), house 
47 Magazine 

Hutchinson Hiram N". (Otis S. Brown & 
Co.), flour, etc., Ill Bridge, house at 
Bedford ' [8 Cherry 

Hutchinson Ira, at 139 Broadway, boards 

Hutchinson James B., janitor Lawrence 
Scientific school, and sexton Old Cam- 
bridge Baptist Society, h. 20 Mason 

Hutchinson John, blacksmith, 249 Cam- 
bridge 

Hutchinson John, laborer, b. 79 Hastings 

Hutchinson John J., carpenter, h. 63 Otis 

Hutchinson J. Fred, boards 20 Mason 

Hutchinson Nathan, foreman molding 
dept, 162 Broadway, house 40 Cherry 

Hutchinson Samue! I., student H. U., 
rooms 3 Weld Hall 

Hutchinson Thomas, clerk, 165 Bridge, 
house 131 Otis 

Hutchison Catherine A., widow of Robert 
JR., boards 10 Jay 

Hutchison Nellie I. Miss, teacher Kin- 
dergarten school, 41 Holyoke, boards 
10 Jay [h. do. 

Hyams Joseph, cigar maker, 15 Lopez, 

Hyatt Alpheus, professor at Institute of 
Technology, and custodian Boston 
Natural History rooms (Berkeley, cor- 
ner Boylston, B. ), house 7 Avon 

Hyatt James, carpenter, h. 10 Blanche 

Hyde Dana W. (Dana W. Hyde & Co.), 
dry goods, etc., 609 Main, h. 736 do. 

HYDE DANA W. & CO. (Dana 
W. Hyde), dry goods, 4 Hyde's block, 
609 Main 
Hyde Edward, treas. Cambridgeport Sav- 
ings Bank, 635 Main, house 681 do. 
Hyde Edwin O., house 349 Broadway 
Hyde George H., fly-finisher, 162 Broad- 
way, house 227 do. 
Hyde George W., traveling salesman (16 

Kingston, B.), house 32 Mellen 
Hyde Hannah Mrs., house 41 Brattle 
Hyde Isaac, carpenter, house 34 Mellen 
Hyde John, peddler, house 40 Vine 
Hyde J. Homer, clerk, house 10 Holyoke 
Hyde Michael, laborer, house 232 Cam- 
bridge 
Hyer William H., bookbinder, 1£ Brattle, 

house at Boston 
Hyland Charles, baker, 502 Main 
Hyland Dennis, slater (142 Charles, B.), 

boards Seventh 
Hylard Patrick J., butcher, h. 1 Bedford 
Hynes Edward, cabinet-maker, 54 Bridge, 

house at East Boston 
Hynes Joseph, laborer, house 8 Hastings 



Hynes Stephen, laborer, h. 121 Harvard 
Hynes Thomas M., cabinet-maker (Utica, 
B.i, house 14 Upton [Third 

Hyslop Robert, laborer, 17 Main, boards 7 

IGO JAMES, iceman, house 366 North av. 

Igo John, saloon, 3G6 North av., h. do. 

Illingworth Edward, telephone inspector 
(B.), boards 7 Magee [Magee 

Illingworth John W., machinist, house 7 

Illingworth John W., telephone inspector 
(B.), boards 7 Magee 

Ilsley Charles P., house 11 Sumner 

Ingalls Charles E., bookkeeper (2 Liberty 
square, B.), boards 124 Austin 

Ingalls Charles W., livery stable (Somer- 
ville), house Elm, corner Russell 

Ingalls Edward B., confectionery, etc., 350 
Broadway, house do. 

Ingalls Henry B., variety store and peri- 
odicals, 249 Broadway, h. 103 Columbia 

Ingalls John D., plumber and pump-mak- 
er, 187 Harvard, house 107 Norfolk 

Ingalls Josiah H., music teacher and pi- 
ano tuner, 603 Main, h. 257 Pearl 

Ingalls Newton S., case maker, 162 Broad- 
way, house 164 Putnam avenue 

Ingalls William T., pump-maker, 187 Har- 
vard, boards 38 Austin 

Ingols M. R. Miss, principal Young La- 
dies school, 17 Berkeley, boards 34 
Kirkland 

Inghram Jane, wid. of John, h. 20 South 

Ingraham John, stone-cutter, 29 Main, 
boards 7 Broadway 

Innes Alexander, printer, house Hotel 
Brooks 

Ireland Angie L. Miss, dressmaker, 652 
Main, house do. [471 do. 

Ireland George W., clerk, 473 Main, house 

Ireland Millie T. Mrs., dressmaker, house 
72 School 

Ireland Rinaldo E., baker, 128 Inman, 
house Prospect, corner Hampshire 

Ireland Sheldon C, piano-hammer cover- 
er, 555 Main, house 172 Hampshire 

Ireson Adeline M. Miss, teacher Washing- 
ton grammar school, bds. 13 Wallace 

Ireson Mary, wid. of Samuel, h. 13 Wallace 

Irish Cyrus W., student H. U., rooms 9 
College House 

Irvine Harry E., broker (131 Devonshire, 
B.), house 5 Day 

Irvine John E., printer Riverside Press, 
house 10 Laurel 

Irving Edward, peddler, bds. 104 Tremont 

Irving George, milkman, boards 8 Avon 

Irving James, peddler, h. 104 Tremont 

Irving William, teamster, 162 Broadway, 
house 97 Hampshire 

Irving William J., baker, house Lake 
View avenue, 3d on left 

Irwin James, Upholsterer, 23 Brattle, 
house 23 Mill 

Irwin John, boiler-maker, 72 Main 

Irwin Thomas H., upholsterer, house 52 
Spring 



CARPENTER & BUILDER. 



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Isaac David, laborer, 92 Main 

Isaac John F., packer, 604 Main, boards 22 
Howard 

Isaac Robert, laborer, house 29 Howard 

Isaac Thomas, tailor (49 Temple pi., B.), 
house 22 Howard 

Isaacs Harry, house 15 Charles River 

Isaacs Henry, cigar mnfr. (Cambridge, 
B.), house 28 Decatur 

Isaacs John, house 19 Harvard 

Isaacs John F., box-maker, 624 Main, bds. 
22 Howard 

Isaacs J., molder H. M. Bird, Pelham 

Isham Lock Co., lock mnfrs., Oliver E. 
Pillard, supt., 17 Main, office (22 
Water, B. ) 

Ivel Alexander, salesman (477 Washing- 
ton, B.), house 21 Tremont 

Ivers Francis, carriage mnfr., 176, 178 and 
186 North avenue, house Mt. Vernon, 
near North avenue 

Ivers Frauk H., salesman, 176 North av., 
boards Mt. Vernon, near North av. 

Ivers Patrick, gardener, h. 6 Emmons pi. j 

Ivers Warren (Ivers & Tucker), carriage 
mnfr., Church, opposite Palmer, bds. 
27 Trowbridge 

Ivers Warren Mrs., millinery and wors- 
teds, 446 Harvard, bds. 27 Trowbridge 
IVERS & TUCKER (Warren Ivers 
and Eben Tucker), carriage manufac- 
turers, Church, opp. Palmer 

Ivory Michael, liquors (Western av., B.), 
house 4 Riverside place 

JACINTH ANTOINE, sand-paperer, 54 
Bridge, house at Boston 

Jack Edward E., student H. TJ., rooms 42 
Thayer Hall 

Jack Ernest S., law student H. U., rooms 
46 Thayer Hall 

Jackman William A., machinist B. L. & 
C. R. R., house at Somerville 

Jackobson Charlotte, dressmaker, 51 Clark, 
house do. 

Jackson Anson H., bookbinder Riverside 
Press, boards 87 River 

Jackson Benjamin D., hairdresser (State 
House. B.), house 96 Putnam avenue 

Jackson Charles, brass-finisher, 368 Main, 
house 22 Union 

Jackson Charles B., laborer, house 11 
Flagg street court 

Jackson Charles L., Professor of Chemis- 
try H. U-, rooms 11 Hoi worthy Hall 

Jackson Edward, hostler U. R. Co., bds. 
51 Cedar [Hastings 

Jackson Elijah, teamster, 168 Main, h. 45 

Jackson George A., clerk, 147 North ave- 
nue, boards 4 Orchard 

Jackson Gilman D., fish (64 Anderson, 
B.), house 58 Western avenue 

Jackson Harriet E. Mrs., ladies' hairdress- 
er, 96 Putnam avenue, house do. 

Jackson John, boiler-maker, b. 10 Eighth 

Jackson John A., core-maker, 368 Main, 
boards 10 Eighth 



Jackson John G., fresco painter (Tre- 
mont. B.), house 30 Front 
Jackson John R. laborer, house rear Cam- 
bridge, next Chemical Works 
Jackson Louis L., student M. U., rooms 

25 Holyoke 
Jackson Lucy S., widow, house 12 Norfolk 
Jackson Martha, widow, house 44 DeWolf 
Jackson Patrick T. jr., cotton-buyer (178 

Devonshire, B.), house 17 Follen 
Jackson Richard,la.borer,h.43 Montgomery 
Jackson Robert T., student Scientific 

School, rooms 14 Plympton 
Jackson William, molder, 368 Main, house 

6 Austin [h. 19 Pleasant 

Jacobs Bela F., attorney-at-law, 658 Main, 
Jacobs Charles A., bookbinder Riverside 

Press, house 41 Blackstone 
Jacobs Conrad, clerk J. Barnes, boards 

204 Hampshire [Brewer 

Jacobs Eleanor, widow of John, house 11 
Jacobs Henry B., student H. U., rooms 11 

Hollis Hall [River 

Jacobs John Henry, coach-driver, h. 62 
Jacobs Justin A., city clerk, office City 

Hall, house 19 Pleasant 
Jacobs Sarah Mrs., house 19 Pleasant 
Jacobson Andrew F., carriage-trimmer 

(245 Charles, B.), house 65 Columbia 
Jacobson Angelo, cabinet-maker, 348 

Main, house 9 Rogers block. Main 
Jacobson Hagan, fly-finisher, 162 Broad- 
way, house 174 Harvard 
Jacobson John, lithographer Riverside 

Press, house at Boston 
Jacobson Martin, fly-finisher, 162 Broad- 
way, boards 174 Harvard 
Jacobson Robert, cabinet-maker, boards 9 

Rogers block, Main 
Jacobson Rudolph, cigar-maker, 35 Pearl, 

boards at Boston 
Jacobson T. Mark, cabinet-maker, house 

9 Rogers block, Main 
Jacquinot Adrien, assistant Professor of 

French H. U., rooms 46 North avenue 
Jaeger Fred. C, foreman Revere Sugar 

Refinery, house 104 Thorndike 
Jamellier Andre, teacher of fencing Hem- 

enway Gymnasium 
James Alexander, printer, h. 92 Harvard 
James Chas., grocer, 543 Main, h. 44 Pearl 
James Charles, engineer, 72 Main, house 

6 Rogers block, Main 
James Charles, porter (3 Arlington, B.), 

house 1 Village 
James Edward B., lumber (14 State, B.), 

house 12 Lake View avenue 
James Henry, house 20 Quincy 
James Henry, soap stock, Portland, near 

Plymouth, house 2 Summer 
James Henry, switchman U. R. Co., house 

53 Mt. Auburn [Broadway 

James Isaac E., mining engineer, h. 378 

JAMES JOHN K., plumber, 5 Brat- 
tle, house 85 Concord avenue 
James John W., iron worker, house 2 
Coggswell place 



J. G. & N. G. GQOCH.fe 1 ;!^ LUMBER AND MOULDINGS. 

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James Joseph, conductor U. R. Co. 

James Sarah A., widow, house 15 Cherry 

James Samuel, grocer, 543 Main, house 2 
Norfolk 

James Thomas Powers, editor, house Hol- 
worthy, opposite Holworthy place 

James Thomas P., house 98 Brattle 

James William, asst. Professor of Phyisol- 
ogy and Comparative Anatomy. Mu- 
seum of Comparative Zoology H. U., 
house 11 Quincy ► 
' James Wm., laborer, 25 Main, h. at Boston 

James William, laborer, b. 167 Broadway 

James William A., clerk, 543 Main, bds. 2 
Norfolk 

Jameson Edwin A. L., wholesale milline- 
ry (17 Avon,, B.), house 26 Arlington 

Jameson Nelson, teamster (Brookline), 
house rear 112 Brookline 

Jamison John P., prop, the Jamison Orna- 
menting Machine Co., Gordon place, 
office (42 Congress, B.), h. 8 Florence 

Jamison Ornamenting Machine Co., John 
P. Jamison, proprietor, Gordon place 
(42 Congress, B.) 

Jancintho Manuel, hairdresser, 421 Cam- 
bridge, boards do. [cord av. 

Jandreau Frank Mrs., h. Reservoir, n.Con- 

Jandreau Max, laborer, house 108 Spruce 

Janes Henry, hairdresser ( 12 Harrison av- 
enue, B.), house 54 Washington 

Janes John, foreman, 624 Main, house 16 
Howard [Hastings 

Janifer George Cornelius, hostler, h. 60 

JANSSON CHARLES A., mirror 
and picture frames, etc., 8 Harvard 

square, house 6 Plympton 
Jaques M. Jane Miss, house 25 Church 
Jaques Rufus, pattern-maker, 72 Main 
Jardine John L., carpenter, Rhoades 

building, State, boards 7 Franklin 
Jardine John T., carpenter, Rhoades 

building, State, boards 7 Franklin 
Jarman Fred., iron-worker, 454 Main, bds. 

12 Hamilton 
Jarvis Amos B., bookbinder Riverside 

bindery, house 54 Fairmont 
Jarvis Peter, machinist, 17 Main, b. 193 do. 
Jaseph Charles B., plumber, 169 Gore, h. 

15 Eighth 
Jayes Danien, lab., h. Clifton, n. Spruce 
Jayes Julius, laborer, b. Clifton, n. Spruce 
Jayues Julian C, student H. U.. rooms 22 

Divinity Hall [ct. 

Jefferds Jas. F., collector, h. 1 Willard st. 
Jeffers Richard, carpenter, h. 50 Holyoke 
.Jefferson James, fireman S. F. E. Co. 1, 

boards rear 18 Sparks 
Jefferson John, hostler, Church, house 

rear 18 Sparks 
Jeffrey George, conductor U. R. Co. 
Jeffrey James, conductor U. R. Co. 
Jegerstam John F. W., machinist, house 

45 Tremont 
Jelly Arthur H., clerk(14 Central whf., B.), 

boards 26 Sixth [Sixth 

Jelly Emeline A., widow of James, h. 26 



Jenkins Abby, widow, house 188 Norfolk 

Jenkins Cain, waiter Memorial Hall, bds. 
rear 19 Grant 

Jenkins Charles L., at (450 Washington, 
B. ), boards 42 Pine 

Jenkins Hiram, paver (593 Albany, B.), 
house 14 Lopez 

Jenkins Willard R., traveling salesman, 
boards 172 Winsor 

Jenkins Wm. H. H., waiter Memorial Hall 

Jenks F. A., driver U. R. Co. 

Jenner James D., trader, house Lexing- 
ton avenue, 1st from North avenue 

Jenness Abigail L. Miss,h. 47 Baldwin 

Jenness Austin T. (Jenness & Twombly), 
express Riverside and University 
Presses, house 21 Putnam avenue 

Jenness Catherine Mrs., house Holworthy, 
near Belmont 

Jenness Geo. L., lather, h. 160 Harvard 

Jenness Lewis P., house 431 Main 

Jenness Margaret, widow of John, house 
380 Cambridge [h. 105 Elm 

Jenness Margaret J., widow of Wm. H., 

Jenness Nathaniel, conductor U. R. Co., 
boards Mrs. Catherine Jenness', Hol- 
worthy 

Jenness Samuel W., house 50 Market 

Jenness & Twombly (Austin T. Jenness 
and Joshua Twombly), express River- 
side and University Presses 

Jennings Charles, clerk, 502 Main, boards 
59 Brookline [12 Holworthy Hall 

Jennings Chas. G. R., student H. U., rms. 

Jennings Charles H., student H. U, bds. 
17 Maple avenue [54 Brookline 

Jennings Charles T., clerk, 502 Main, bds. 

Jennings Ellen M. Miss, teacher Shepard 
grammar school, rooms 18 Story 

Jennings Ellen M. Miss, teacher Wash- 
ington grammar school, boards 37 
Trowbridge 

Jennings Henry L. D., porter, h. 20 Elm 

Jennings H. A. Miss, house 64 Prospect 

Jennings James, laborer John Reardon & 
Sons, house 214 Pearl 

Jennings John, kerosene oil, h. 57 Spring 

Jennings John jr., brick layer, boards 57 
Spring 

Jennings Joseph H. Dr., veterinary sur- 
geon, rear 484 Main, house 13 Green 

Jennings Kate S., widow of James R.. h. 
11 Everett [Harvey 

Jennings Mary, widow of James, h. 35 

Jennings Patrick, currier, house Clay, 2d 
from Harvey [Everett 

Jennings Sidney J., student H. U., bds. 11 

Jennings Stephen, merchant (22 Custom 
House, B.), house 17 Maple avenue 

Jennings Thos. W., mason, house 54 
Brookline [Remington 

Jennings Wm. C, student H. U.. bds. 12 

Jennison Frank E., student H. U., rooms 
20 Hollis Hall [Broadway 

Jennison James Mrs., widow, house 467 

Jepson Joseph C, sawyer, 54 Bridge, 
house at Charlestown 



GARDENERS, 



FLORISTS, and Contractors for 
P. O'BRIEN & SON, 820 Main & 89 Sparks Sts. 



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Jesson Robert, hostler, 151 Bridge, house 
at Soraerville 

Jessop John J., clerk (10 Tremont, B.), 
boards 25 Bigelow 

Jessop Joseph H., confectioner (10 Tre- 
mont, B.), house 25 Bigelow 

Jewell Ann, widow of Hosea, house 6 
Pleasant place 

Jewell Charlotte E. Miss, teacher Quincy 
primary school, bds. 6 Pleasant place 

Jewell Elizabeth F., widow of Gould, 
house 14 Hamilton 

Jewell Frederick A., musician and music 
teacher, house 14 Hamilton 

Jewell Otis H., car builder U. R. Co., 
Dunster, house 56 Putnam avenue 

Jewell Wm. E., lawyer (82 Devonshire, 
room 17, B.), house 39 Inman 

Jewett Annie JNL, widow of George W., 
house 16 Ash 

Jewett Darwin E., broker (24| Central, 
B.), house 1 Henderson place 

Jewett Dexter, janitor College House, 
house 10 Church 

Jewett Elverton S., collection clerk Na- 
tional Exchange Bank (28 State, B.), 
house 1 Hastings square 

Jewett Frank P., agent (24£ Central, B.). 
boards 1 Henderson place 

Jewett Henry M., clerk (24£ Central, B.), 
boards 1 Henderson place 

Jewett Jas. R., student H. U., b. 16 Ash 

Joel Samuel W., paintings, h. 5 Watson 

Johanson John, case maker, 162 Broad- 
way, house 95 Norfolk 

Johnson Albert, jeweler, bds. 8 Norfolk 

Johnson Alden B , conductor U. R. Co., 
boards 860 Main 

Johnson Alfred, tinsmith, 12 Brattle, bds. 
6 Harvard square 

Johnson Alonzo F., clerk (P. 0.,B.), h. 
143 Cambridge 

Johnson Andrew (Andrew Johnson & 
Co.), carriage maker, 133 Main and 20 
Broadway, house at Boston 

Johnson Andrew, safe maker, boards 19 
Harvard 

Johnson Andrew, safe maker, 17 Main, 
boards 37 Washington 

Johnson Andrew, wheelwright, 249 Cam- 
bridge, house at Somerville 
TOHNSCXNT ANDREW& CO. (An- 
il drew Johnson), carriage builders, 133 
Main and 20 Broadway 

Johnson Ann Miss, house 70 Harvard 

Johnson Arthur S., student H. XL, rooms 
12 Little's block [house 81 Elm 

Johnson August, porter (63 Chauncy, B.), 

Johnson Chas., laborer, house 199 Norfolk 

Johnson Charles B., porter (1 High, B.), 
house 66 Winter 

Johnson Charles F., provisions (39 Clin- 
ton, B.), house 15 Ellsworth avenue 
Johnson Charles S., machinist, 162 Broad- 
way, house at Wilmington 
Johnson Daniel A., provisions, 21 Decatur, 
house do. 



Johnson Edwin, helper, 17 Main, boards 

at Boston 
Johnson Ellen, widow, h. 408 Cambridge 
Johnson Emma K. Miss, telephone op- 
erator, 12 Harvard Row, b. at Boston 
Johnson Eric H., student H. U., rooms 32 
Mellen [Bent, h. at Maiden 

Johnson Eugene, carpenter, Third, cor. 
Johnson Eunice S., widow of Henry F., 
house 18 Story [umbia 

Johnson Francis, horse dealer, h. 112 Col- 
Johnson Francis A., ice driver, house 78 

Spring 
Johnson Francis H., fish (114 F. H. mar- 
ket, B.), house 34 Columbia 
Johnson Francis H., salesman (163 Wash- 
ington, B.), house 116 Norfolk 
Johnson Frank O., bookbinder (47 Frank- 
lin, B.), boards 60 Putnam avenue 
Johnson Franklin Rev., pastor Old Cam- 
bridge Baptist Society, h. 64 Brattle 
Johnson Frederick, box-maker, 3 Hamp- 
shire, house 137 Brookline 
Johnson George, brass m older, boards 408 
Cambridge [house 86 Moore 

Johnson Geo. F., grocer, 244 Broadway, 
Johnson Geo. P., paymaster (F. R. R. 

freight office, B.), house 30 Harris 
Johnson Gustavus, pattern maker (B. & 

A. R. R. Allston), h. 40 Putnam av. 
Johnson Heldegard, wid. of Carl, h. Vine 
Johnson Henry, building mover, house 

Hotel Brooks, Brooks 
Johnson Henry H. Mrs., h. 23 Wallace 
Johnson Herman A., organ tuner, 624 

Main, house 17 Lawrence 

Johnson James, at 139 Broadway, boards 

45 Winsor [Columbia 

Johnson James, laborer, boards rear 112 

Johnson James W., clothes cleaner, 447£ 

Main, boards do 
Johnson John, carpenter, house 102 Web- 
ster avenue [bridge 
Johnson John, painter, boards 408 Cam- 
Johnson John, safe maker, 17 Main, house 
at Maiden [7 Elmer 
Johnson John, waiter Memorial Hall, b. 
Johnson John F., piano key maker, house 

35 Green 
Johnson John M., driver U. R. Co., bds. 

Cambridge, corner Baldwin 
Johnson John N., boards 21 Mellen 
Johnson John Q. A., reporter Cambridge 

Tribune, house 21 Mellen 
Johnson Joseph, laborer, h. 72 Harvard 
Johnson Joseph W., teamster, 162 Broad- 
way, house 17 Clark 
Johnson K. , laborer, house 50 Broadway 
Johnson Laurence H. H., student H. XL, 

rooms 32 Stoughton Hall 
Johnson Lawrence, house 44 Clark 
Johnson Lawrence Henry, clerk, 142 Har- 
vard, boards 44 Clark. 
Johnson Lewis, clerk (B.), house 11 Gerry 
Johnson Louis O., student H. U., rooms 
37 Thayer Hall [h. 32 Norfolk 

Johnson Marshall, fish (14 Union, B.) t 



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Johnson Martin, carpenter B. & A. shop 

(Allston), boards 23 Brookline 
Johnson Mary U., widow of W. O., house 

17 Kirkland 
Johnson Matthew, hostler, 565£ Main, h. 

36 Brewery- 
Johnson Nels P., safe maker, 17 Main, h. 

4 Foster's block, 87 Main 
Johnson Peter, laborer, h. r. 88 Harvard 
Johnson Reuben, laborer, h. 80 Harvard 
Johnson Richard, teamster, boards 132 
Prospect [house 19 Centre 

Johnson Samuel, coachman J. S. Paine, 
Johnson Sarah, widow of Edward, house 

124 Third 
Johnson Sarah A., widow, house 8 Avon 
Johnson Thomas, furniture polisher (B.), 

boards 124 Third 

Johnson Thomas H., cabinet maker, h. 

25 Cedar [37 College House 

Johnson Walter P., student, H. U., rooms 

Johnson William, brush maker, 12 Gore, 

house 10 Sixth 
Johnson William, dyer and cleanser (7 

Temple place, B). house 7 Hollis 

Johnson William, clerk, 640 Main, house 

16 River [shire 

Johnson William F., box-maker, 3 Hamp- 

Johnson William H.Japanner, 153 Putnam 

avenue, house rear 124 Brookline 
Johnson William H., varnisher (48 North, 

B.), house 53 North 
Johnson William R., driver J. C. Stiles, 
boards 686 Main [Austin 

Johnson Wm. T., clerk, 655 Main, bds. 48 
Johnston Andrew McN., carpenter, house 
4 Winsor [h. do. 

Johnston Wm., fancy goods, 140 Pleasant, 
Johnston Winnie, boarding-house, 31 

Holyoke 
Johnstone George S., painter, variety 

store, 144 Hampshire, house 146 do.. 
Jones AbbvF., widow of Chas. B., house 

106 Auburn 
Jones Albert, janitor (352 Washington, 

B.), house 33 Hastings 
Jones Allen, laborer, boards 41 Hastings 
Jones Allison, waiter, house 7 Webster av. 
Jones Allison A., variety store, boards 7 
Webster avenue [Thorndike 

Jones Amos, police, station 3, house 71 
Jones Andrew, mason, house 31 Second 
Jones Andrew J., carriage builder.Church, 

corner Palmer, house 23 North av. 
Jones Andrew L., machinist, 368 Main, 

boards 101 Washington 
Jones Ann, wid. of Thos., h. 170 Norfolk 
Jones Anna Maria Miss, teacher Gannett 

primary school, house at Boston 
Jones Arthur E., lawyer (60 Devonshire, 

B. ), house 3 Berkeley 
Jones Austin K., janitor H. XL, house 465 
Broadway [Brattle 

Jones Caroline' D. Miss, h. Willard, corner 
Jones Chas., carpenter, h. 114 Hampshire 
Jones Charles H., machinist, house Clar- 
endon avenue, 1st on right 



Jones Charles L. Mrs., house 299 Harvard 
Jones Charles R., steam fitter, house 36 

Market 
Jones Charles W. (95 Milk, B. ), house 285 
Harvard [Thorndike 

Jones Charles W., carpenter, house 146 
Jones Charles W. , rigger, house rear Rob- 
bins' block, Prospect 
Jones Charles W. jr., cabinet maker, bds. 

146 Thorndike 
Jones C. L. & Co. (Henry E. & Frank H. 
Jones), soap and candle manufactur- 
ers, 172 Pearl, and (193 State, B.) 
Jones Daniel, carpet beater, h. 31 Hastings 
Jones Edmond F., waiter, house 7 West 
Jones Edward W. S., stationery (282 Wash- 
ington, B.), boards 104 Prospect 
Jones Elias, lithographer Riverside Press 
Jones Elias. teamster, house 1 Seckel 
Jones Elias F., laborer, house 160 Harvard 
Jones Eliza W., widow, house 16 Park 
Jones Elizabeth, widow of John, house 28 

William 
Jones Erastus, laborer, h. 56 Washington 
Jones Edmund, driver U. R. Co., rooms at 

West Soraerville 
Jones Francis jr., carpenter, h. 154 Third 
Jones Frank H. (C. L. Jones & Co.), soap 
manufacturer, 172 Pearl and (193 
State, B.), house 46 Lee 
Jones Fred., tuner, 162 Broadway, house 

at Somerville 
Jones Frederick C, clerk Cambridge Gas 

Co., 424 Harvard, boards 5 Crescent 
Jones George, letter-carrier (P. O., B.), 

house 2 Walker court 
Jones George Mrs., widow, rooms Win- 

throp square 

Jones George C, conductor U. R. Co.,bds. 

U. R. Co. station, Cambridge, corner 

Baldwin [12 Sacramento 

Jones George F., clerk(216 State, B.), bds. 

Jones Gilbert N., student H. U., rooms 8 

Mason 
Jones Geo. W., physician, 1 17 Inman,h. do. 
Jones Harry, carpenter, house 51 Elm 
Jones Harry W., student H. U., rooms 276 

Harvard 
Jones Henry, jobber, house 36 Union 
Jones Henry, waiter, house 36 Brewery 
Jones Henry C, bookbinder (111 Devon- 
shire, B.), house 131 Green 
Jones Henry C, at Walworth Mnfg. Co., 

boards 40 Austin 
Jones Henry C, assistant in botany H. 

IT., rooms 18 Hilton block 
Jones Henry E. (C. L. Jones & Co.), soap 
and candle mnfr., 172 Pearl, and (193 
State, B.), house 276 Harvard 
Jones Henry I., hair-dresser, 27 Fifth, 

house 124 Webster avenue 
Jones Henry J., cabinet maker, boards 

179 Norfolk 
Jones Henry J. D. , instructor in elocu- 
tion H. U., rooms 56 College House 
Jones Herbert L., key maker, 139 Broad- 
way, house 16 Park 



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Jones Jacob E., driver, 249 Cambridge, 

rooms 114 Thorndike 
Jones James, cabinetmaker, 124 Harvard, 

house 179 Norfolk 
Jones[James Mrs., widow, h, 10 Watson 
Jones James E., printer University Press, 

boards 10 Elmer 
Jones John, at Boston Bridge Works, 

Sixth, house 35 Webster avenue 
Jones John, cigar maker, h. 28 Portland 
Jones John, collar maker, 10 Arrow, house 

at Somerville [6 Tufts 

Jones John, boiler maker, 92 Main, house 
Jones John, laborer, b. 35 Webster av. 
Jones John L., printer Riverside Press, 

house 102 Putnam avenue 
Jones John L. jr., compositor, h. 650Maiu 
Jones Joseph G., clerk (24 Broad, B.), h. 

77 Inman [h. 4 Tenney 

Jones Joseph M., boiler maker, 92 Main, 
Jones J. Willard, clerk, 226 North avenue, 

house at Somerville 
Jones Leonard S., house 21 Kirkland 
Jones Leonard W. jr., clerk SortwelFs dis- 
tillery, house at Charlestown 
Jones Lucy A., widow of Alphonzo, house 

131 Green 
Jones Maggie E. Mrs., house 7 Wallace 
Jones Mark A., druggist, 60 Cambridge, 

house do. 

JONES MARTHA R. MISS, con- 
fectionery. 1 Harvard square and 440 

Harvard, house Hawthorn, c. Acacia 
Jones Myles, bookbinder Riverside Bind- 
ery, boards 58 Fairmont 
Jones Nathaniel M., boards 303 Harvard 
Jones Orriss Miss, h. rear 31 Hastings 
Jones Patrick, laborer, boards 51 Holyoke 
Jones Robert G. (152 Federal, B.), house 

21 Kirkland 
Jones Sarah Mrs., house 3S Portland 
Jones Thomas, laborer, boards 8 Davis 
Jones Thomas W., stereotyper Riverside 

Press, boards 30 Winthrbp 
Jones William, student H. U., rooms 27 

Matthews Hall 
Jones William Gordon, house 31 Hudson 
Jones William H., carver Memorial Hall, 

rooms 53 Mt. Auburn 
Jones William L., bookbinder Riverside 

Press, boards 102 Putnam avenue 
Jonssou Carl R., picture frame maker, 8 

Harvard square, boards 6 Plympton 
Jope Richard E., carpenter, h. 12 Magee 
Jordan Arthur L., supt., Post-office, F. R. 

R. station, North avenue, house at 

West Somerville 
Jordan Charles W., tuner, 162 Broadway, 

house at Maiden 
Jordan Daniel J., safe maker, 17 Main, 

house rear 95 River 
Jordan George E., polisher. 624 Main, 

bds. rear 95 River [126 Thorndike 
Jordan Henry C, driver U. R. Co., house 
Jordan James, granite-cutter, b. 160 Main 
Jordan James, stone-cutter, 53 Main, bds. 

28 Pelham 



Jordan John F., printer University Press, 

house 51 Holyoke 
Jordan Joseph W., cement maker, 247 

Main, house 3 Jay 
Jordan Sabin, teamster, house 69 Third 
Jordan Wm. H., printer University Press, 

house 24 Brookline 
Jordan William N., laborer, boards 274 

North avenue [Austin 

Jose Edwin H.. lawyer, 583 Main, bds. 84 
Joseph Isaac (I. & J. Joseph), fruit, etc., 

455 Main, house 10 Holly place 
Joseph I. & J. (Isaac and John Joseph), 

fruit, etc., 455 Main 
Joseph John (I. & J. Joseph), fruit, etc., 

and cigar mnfr., 455 Main, house at 

Maiden 
Joseph Julius, printer, b. 7 Rollins' court 
Joseph Robert, boards 10 Holly place 
Josselyn Aaron Rev., watchmaker, 62 

Cambridge, house 78 Sixth 
Josselyn Abbie S., wid. of Luther, house 

12 Rogers block, Main 
Josselyn Anna B. Miss, teacher Putnam 

grammar school, boards 78 Sixth 
Josselyn Elmer H., confectioner, 436 Main, 

boards 65 Green 
Josselyn Francis (Custom House, B.), h. 

84 Prospect 

JOUETT ISAAC W„ grocer (686 
Washington, B.)., house Walnut av., 
corner Arlington 
Jouett Mark R. (M. R. Jouett & Co.), 
grocer, 225 North avenue, house at 
West Somerville 

JOUETT M. R. & CO. (Mark R. 
Jouett), grocers, 225 North avenue, 
corner Walden [ville 

Joy Alden, driver U. R. Co., h. at Somer- 
Joy Edward, hostler, house rear 2 White 
Joy Isaac (Joy, Luther & Co.), carpenter, 

River, junc. Western av., h. 87 River 
Joy Isaac, net maker, boards 10 Leigh- 
ton's court 
Joy, Luther & Co. (Isaac Joy, Thomas H. 
Luther, and Ichabod Kent), carpen- 
ters and builders, River, junction 
Western avenue 
Joy T. P., conductor U. R. Co. 
Joyce Edmund B., painter, h. 192 Norfolk 
Jojce Edward, laborer, house 10 Flagg 

street court 
Joyce James, painter, house 21 Harvard 
Joyce Joseph, laborer, boards 93 Fifth 
Joyce Martin, fisherman, house Second 

near Vine 
Joyce Maurice, laborer, h. 228 Franklin 
Joyce Patrick, laborer, bds. 21 Harvard 
Joyce Richard, finisher F. M. Holmes Fur- 
niture Co., boards at Charlestown 
Joyce Stephen, laborer, house 93 Fifth 
Judkins Eliza M. Miss, artist, house 11 

Plympton 
Juhlmann Louis, molder, house 48 Spring 
Julianus John L., brass molder, 368 Main, 

boards 58 Columbia 
Justheim Carl, cabinet maker, b. 57 Gore 



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KAAN FRANK W., student H. U., rooms 

20Stoughton Hall 
Kahlmeyer Augusta, wid. of Henry,house 

97 Sixth 
Kahlmeyer Frank L., clerk (10 P. O. sq., 

B.), boards 97 Sixth 
Kahlmeyer Louis W., clerk, 186 Cam- 
bridge, boards 97 Sixth 
Kalberg Laurity D., furniture, 187 Cam- 
bridge, house 77 Spring 
Kaler Otis M., millman F. M. Holmes 

Furniture Co., house at Charlestown 
Kalloch Fred L., boards 128 Magazine 
Kane Anthony, laborer, hou>e 8 McCabe 
Kane Bridget, widow of Wm., h. 34 Porter 
Kane Daniel, laborer, house 19 Carson 
Kane Frank, clerk (B.), h. 39£ Holyoke 
Kane Frank, laborer, house 163 Winsor 
Kane Henry, laborer, boards rear 47 Yine 
Kane James, laborer, house rear 47 Vine 
Kane John, bookbinder Riverside Press 
Kane John, laborer, house 26 Carson 
Kane John, sailor, boards rear 47 Vine 
Kane John, laborer, house 12 Porter 
Kane John, house 163 Green 
Kane John, teamster, house 33 Hunting 
Kane John, stone-cutter J. Collins, Gore 

wharf, boards at Boston 
Kane John H., bookbinder Riverside 

Press, boards 10 Hayes court 
Kane Martin, hack driver, Bay, corner 

Green, house 176 Green 
Kane Mathel, laborer, 368 Main, boards 

374 do. 
Kane Michael, horse-shoer, 9 Church, 

house 34 Charles River 
Kane Michael, boots and shoes, 118 Cam- 
bridge, house do. 
Kane Michael, laborer, house 6 Water 
Kane Morris, brush-maker, 12 Gore, house 

at Boston 
Kane Patrick, laborer, house 15 Foster 
Kane Patrick, laborer, boards 87 Moore 
Kane Robert F., foreman packing room, 

153 Putnam av., house 10 Hayes ct. 
Kane Thomas F, jeweler, house 4 Ninth 
Kane William, butcher, boards 34 Porter 
Kane Woodbury, student H. U., rooms 33 

Beck Hall 
Kane, see Cain [Hoteb 

Kanniff Daniel J., hostler, boards Porter's 
Karcher Elizabeth J. Miss, teacher Board- 
man primary school, bds. 85 Pleasant 
Karcher Philip J., porter (43 Temple pi., 

B.), house 85 Pleasant 
Karen John, laborer, house 79 Spruce 
Karnan Wm. H., bookkeeper (477 Wash- 
ington, B.), house 10 Tufts 
Karr John, laborer, house 17i Third 
Kaufman Henry P., student H. U., rooms 

16 Story 
Kaufmann E. A., brush-maker, 12 Gore, 

house at Boston 
Kaula Francis, action maker, 162 Broad- 
way, house 122 Winsor 
Kavanagh Margaret, widow of Joseph, 
house 335 Cambridge 



Kavanagh, see Cavanagh 

Kay James, hostler, house 194 North av. 

Kay Sarah, widow of John, house 194 

North avenue 
Kay, see Keay, also Keyes 
Kayser Louis, gilder, h. 504 Cambridge 
Keaney Kate, wid. of Jas., h. 169 Winsor 
Keaney James M., police, station 3, house 

169 Winsor 
Kearney Frank, helper, 17 Main, boards 

10 Broadway 
Kearney Julia A., widow of William, 

house 16 Portland 
Keating Michael, painter U. R. Co., Dun- 

ster, house 7 Shepherd's blk., Charles 

River 
Keating Patrick, butcher, house 1 Eighth 
Keating Patrick M., student H. U., rooms 

6 Stoughton Hall [Raymond 

Keay Erburn S., farmer, h. Walden, next 
Keay Hattie N. Miss, teacher Reed prima- 
ry school, bds. E. S. Keay's, Walden 
Kee Geo., carpenter, boards 271 Broadway 
Kee William J., molder, 368 Main, house 

175 do. [Winter 

Keefe Alfred, harness maker, boards 57 
Keefe Daniel, plumber, 599£ Main, boards 

at Somerville [Reed 

Keefe Dennis, hostler U. R. Co., house 40 
Keefe Elizabeth, widow, h. 214 Franklin 
Keefe Ellen, widow of John, h. r. 12 Short 
Keefe James, helper Niles Bros., house at 

Belmont 
Keefe Jeremiah, laborer, h. 1 Broadway 
Keefe J., switchman U. R. Co. 
Keefe Kate Mrs., house 36 Warren 
Keefe Margaret, widow of Thomas, house 

rear 18 East 
Keefe Margaret, seamstress, b. 856 Main 
Keefe Patrick, cabinet-maker, 624 Main, 

house 66 Hastings 
Keefe Patrick, carpenter, h. 7 Fourth 
Keefe Thomas, carriage-smith, 178 North 

avenue, boards at Somerville 
Keefe Timothy, carpenter, h. 192 Harvard 
Keefe Timothy, carpenter, 113 Broadway, 

house 34 Charles 
Keefe Timothy, peddler, house 49 Reed 
Keefe, see O'Keefe 

Keeffe Matthew, carpenter, h. 53 Clark 
Keegan John, teamster, bds. 34 Porter 
Keegan Louisa Miss, clerk, 502 Main, 

house 29 Webster avenue 
Keegan Thomas, stone-cutter, boards 216 

Cambridge 
Keegan William J., bartender Porter's 

Hotel, boards do. 
Keehan James, horse-shoer, 498 Main, 

boards 18 Blanche 
Keeler Adelaide A. Miss, teacher Wash- 
ington grammar school, boards 46 

Trowbridge 
Keeler Charles W., bookkeeper Riverside 

Press, house at Somerville 
Keeler Cornelius P. (F. Geldowsky Fur- 
niture Co.), furniture mnfr., Otis, 

house 19 Bowdoin 



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Keeler George A. (F. Geldowsky Furni- 
ture Co.), furniture runfr., Otis, bds. 
19 Bowdoin [Thorndike 

Keeler George S., casket maker, house 91 

Keeler John, coachman, 77 Sparks, b. do. 

Keeling Leander, laborer, h. 51 Portland 

Keely Joseph, gardener Mt. Auburn cem- 
etery, house 11 Maynard place 

Keen Alden T., physician and notary pub- 
lic, house 26 North avenue 

Keen Anna C, widow, house 46 Cherry 

Keenan James, washer, 120 Green, house 
156 Franklin 

Keenan James H., carpenter, r. 400 Cam- 
bridge, house 65 Sacramento 

Keenan John, laborer, house 11 Hunting 

Keenan John J., foreman (10 Tremont, 
B.), house 3 Green 

Keenan John M., laborer, bds. 11 Hunting 

Keenan Martin, laborer, h. r. 123 Third 

Keenan Michael, laborer, h. 34 Warren 

Keenan Michael A., carpenter, house 101 
Tremont « 

Keenan Michael F., carpenter, boards 65 
Sacramento , 

Keenan Michael J., pressman University 
Press, house 5 Chapman place 

Keenan Patrick, laborer, h. New, n. F. R. R. 

Keenan Thos., blacksmith, h. 7 Jefferson 

Keenan William H., furniture polisher, 
boards 11 Hunting 

Keep Charles H., student H. U., rooms 50 
Weld Hall 

Keep Edward K., student H. U., rooms 38 
Weld Hall [84 Weld Hall 

Keep Wallace I., student H. U., rooms 

Keho Ann, wid. of Thos., h. 6 Rogers blk. 

Kehoe James, bookbinder (B.), house 23 
Hamilton 

Kehoe John, laborer, h. 265 Cambridge 

Kehoe, see Keough 

Keith Adelaide A. Miss, teacher Washing- 
ton grammar school, bds. 11 Clinton 

Keith Arthur, student H. U., rooms 33 
College House 

Keith Charles P., broom mnfr., 412 Main, 
and fancy goods, 114 Magazine, h. do. 

Keith E. D. (E. D. Keith & Co.), provis- 
ions, 191 North avenue, house 189 do. 

Keith E. D. & Co. (E. D. Keith), provis- 
ions, 191 North avenue lav. 

Keith Frederick, iceman, b. 20 Coggswell 

Keith George P., student H. U., rooms 33 
College House 

Keith Joseph W., box-maker, h. 24 Vine 

Keith Wm. H., clerk, 191 North avenue, 
house 189 do. 

Keliher Cornelius J., crockery, 132 Cam- 
bridge, house 203 do. 

Kelleher Bartholomew, grocer, 408 Cam- 
bridge, and liquors, 394 Cambridge, 
house 109 Winsor [6 East 

Kelleher Bridget, widow of Michael, h. r. 

Kelleher Cornelius, bar-tender, 83 Spruce, 
boards do. 

Kelleher Cornelius, in Cambridge Rolling 
Mill, h. Rolling Mill block, Bristol 



Kelleher Daniel, laborer, h. 1 Baldwin ct. 
Kelleher Daniel, student H. U., rooms 5 

Hilliard 
Kelleher Dennis, bar-tender, 394 Cam- 
bridge, boards 109 Winsor 
Kelleher Dennis, house 192 Norfolk 
Kelleher Dennis, laborer, h. 159£ Franklin 
Kelleher Edmund, laborer, h. 5 Carson 
Kelleher Frank, at J. P. Squire & Co.'s, 

house Concord avenue, next railroad 
Kelleher James, currier, house 36 Reed 
Kelleher James, laborer, house 71 Elm 
Kelleher Jeremiah, hostler, h. r. 50 Spruce 
Kelleher John A., grocer, 39 Rice, b. 41 do. 
Kelleher John W., liquors, 83Spruce,h. do. 
Kelleher Julia, widow of Daniel, house 83 

Spruce [6 East 

Kelleher Michael J., cabinet-maker, bds. r. 
Kelleher Patrick, laborer, house 41 Rice 
Kelleher Timothy, laborer, h. 47 Jefferson 
Kelleher William, laborer, h. 58 Cedar 
Kelleher Wm. J., bookbinder (93 Federal, 

B. ), house 128 Pearl 
Kellenberger Andrew, varnisher, 162 

Broadway, house 155 Otis 
Kellenberger Andrew, teamster, boards 

155 Otis [155 Otis 

Kellenberger George, sausage-maker, bds. 
Kelley Albert, printer, house 23 Harrison 
Kelley Alexander P., piano action mnfr., 

113 Broadway, house 25 Essex 
Kelley Andrew, carver, 54 Bridge, boards 

Hotel Cambridge 
Kelley Andrew J., laborer, house 27 Vine 
Kelley Annie, widow of Bernard, house 

22 Hudson place [Gore 

Kelley Bridget, widow of Owen, h. r. 36 
Kelley Catherine, widow of Michael, house 

54 Amory 
Kelley Catherine, widow, house 9 McCabe 
Kelley Charles, bar-tender, 407 Main, 

boards 412 do. 
Kelley Charles, laborer, house 4 Gore 
Kelley Charles, laborer B. & M. R. R., 

h. 3 Lechmere builtiing, Lechmere sq. 
Kelley Charles, painter, house 68 Spring 
Kelley Daniel, glass-maker, Union Glass 

Co. (Somerville), house 149 Elm 
Kelley Edward, fireman, h. 13 Valentine 
Kelley Edward, frame maker, bds. 8 Short 
Kelley Edward, hostler, house 23 Reed 
Kelley Edward, laborer, house 27 Third 
Kelley Edward, laborer, 166 River, house 

6 Stinson court 
Kelley Edward, painter, bds. 117 Spring 
Kelley Edward jr., boards 27 Third 
Kelley Elizabeth S., widow of Joseph L., 

house 33 Linnaean 
Kelley Ellen, widow, house 145 Elm 
Kelley Francis A., upholsterer, 70 Cam- 
bridge, boards 106 Fourth 
Kelley George, teamster, boards 22 Porter 
Kelley Grace, widow, house 6 Hayes ct. 
Kelley James, hostler, 43 Cambridge, 

boards 83 Bridge 
Kelley James, marble-cutter, house 287 

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Kelley James, teamster, house 77 Fifth 
Kelley James A., boards 1 Holly avenue 
Kelley James H., watchmaker (B.), house 

402 Main 
Kelley John, baker, house 216 Cambridge 
Kelley John, laborer, bds. 165 Broadway 
Kelley John, laborer, house 122 Elm 
Kelley John, laborer, h. Cushing court 
Kelley John, laborer U. K. Co., Mt. Au- 
burn, house foot Auburn place 
Kelley John, laborer, house 17 Warren 
Kelley John, soap-maker, house 352 

Broadway 
Kelley John A., cabinet-maker, 54 Bridge, 

boards rear 36 Gore 
Kelley John B., mariner, h. r. 12 Portland 
Kelley John D., painter (161 Hanover, B.), 

house 161 Thorndike 
Kelley John F., painter, h. 59 Plymouth 
Kelley John H., laborer, house rear 44 

Washington 
Kelley John J., baker, 82 Mt. Auburn, 

house 8 Brewer 
Kelley John S., soap-maker, 172 Pearl, 

house 19 Decatur 
Kelley John T., machinist, house 426 

Cambridge 
Kelley Joseph, printer Riverside Press, 

rooms 19 Park 
Kelley Joseph J., cabinet-maker, 46 Gore, 

house 110 Otis 
Kelley J. C, machinist. 72 Main 
Kelley Lawrence, marble-polisher, house 

105 Elm 
Kelley Margaret Mrs., at Riverside Press, 

boards 11 Valentine 
Kelley Maria Mrs., house 14 Grant 
Kelley Martin, action-maker, rms. 8 Upton 
Kelley Matthew, gardener, boards Michael 

Kelley's, Cushing 
Kelley Michael, boards 1 Holly avenue 
Kelley Michael, stone-cutter, h. 64 Vine 
Kelley Michael, gardener Mt. Auburn 

cemetery, h. Cushing, cor. Woodlawn 
Kelley Michael, laborer, house 14 North 
Kelley Michael,machinist, b. 19 Cambridge 
Kelley Michael A., glass-maker, house 113 

Fourth 
Kelley Patrick, laborer, h. rear 200 Bridge 
Kelley Patrick, laborer, h. 293 Concord av. 
Kelley Patrick, laborer, boards Michael 

Kelley's, Cushing 
Kelley Patrick, switchman B. L. & C. R. 

R., house 21 Sixth 
Kelley Patrick, laborer Cambridge ceme- 
tery, house Cushing, n. Cushing court 
Kelley Patrick, marble-worker, house 135 

Portland 
Kelley Peter A., plumber, 634 Main, house 

101 Western avenue 
Kelley Pierce, boards 8 Short 
Kelley Richard, tailor (B.), h. 134 Winsor 
Kelley Samuel J. (Kelley & McKinnon), 

carpenter, 7 Western avenue, house 

130* Green 
Kelley Sarah E. A. Miss, dressmaker, 161 

Thorndike, boards do. 



Kelley Stillraan F., molasses (20 Central, 
B.), house 3 Pemberton, n. North av. 
Kelley Thomas, soap-maker, house 190 
Hampshire [ley's, Cushing 

Kelley Thomas, laborer, bds. Michael Kel- 
Kelley Thomas J., book-gilder Riverside 

Press, boards 6 Hayes court 
Kelley Timothy, laborer, b. 34 Hampshire 
Kelley Timothy, stucco-worker, h. 8 Short 
Kelley William, gardener McLean Asylum 
(Somerville), boards Michael Kelley's, 
Cushing [29 Ninth 

Kelley Wm. H., coach driver (B. ), house 
Kelley Zebina D., clerk (18 Central, B.), 

house 3 White 
Kelley & McKinnon (Samuel J. Kelley 
and Charles E. McKinnon) carpenters 
and builders, 7 Western avenue 
Kelley, see Kelly 

Kellinburgher A., varnisher, 162 Broad- 
way, house 155 Otis [Washington 
Kellogg Jeremiah N., laborer, house 27 
Kellogg Warren F., student H. U., rooms 

18 Matthews Hall 
Kelly Allen P., editor Boston Globe (238 

Washington, B.), boards 10 Perry 
Kelly Ann, widow of Stephen, h. 8 Lopez 
Kelly Catharine, widow of Peter, house 
43 Harvey [Boardman 

Kelly Catherine, widow of John, house 7 
Kelly Dennis, iron-worker, 92 Main 
Kelly Dolly S., widow of Amasa S., house 

10 Perry 
Kelly George B. (Kelly & Rand), action- 
maker, 162 Broadway, house at Ja- 
maica Plain 
Kelly James, carpenter, boards 11 Wyeth 
Kelly James, laborer, h. 269 Putnam av. 
Kelly James M., action-maker, 113 Broad- 
way, house 8 Upton [Salem 
Kelly John, boiler-maker, 92 Main, h. 13 
Kelly John, case-maker, 162 Broadway, h. 

at Dedham 
Kelly John, laborer, house 53 North 
Kelly John J., currier, b. 43 Montgomery 
Kelly John J., machinist, house 1 Sceva 
Kelly Joseph H., glass-maker, h. 36 Gore 
Kelly Michael, coachman, boards 5 Wil- 

lard court 
Kelly Patrick, laborer, h. 325 Cambridge 
Kelly Patrick, laborer, h. 5 Willard court 
Kelly Peter N., machinist, 153 Putnam av- 
enue, house 6 Gordon place 
Kelly Thomas, laborer, house 2 Jefferson 
Kelly William, mason, house 7 Jefferson 
Kelly & Rand (George B. Kelly and Ed- 
ward L. Rand), organ action-makers, 
162 Broadway 
Kelly, see Kelley 
Kelsey Albert H., contractor and builder, 

h. Arlington, near Washington av. 
Kelsey Anson H. (Kelsey Bros. & Co.), 
furniture, etc., 556 Main, house at 
Somerville 

KELSEY BROS. & CO. (Anson 
H., John H. and Wm. Kelsey), furni- 
ture dealers and upholsterers, 556 Main 



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Kelsey Elizabeth, widow of John B., house 

67 River 
Kelsey Henry T., carpenter, h.37 Somerset 
Kelsey John H. (Kelsey Bros. & Co.), fur- 
niture, etc., 556 Main, h. 28 Upton 
Kelsey William (Kelsey Brothers & Co.), 

furniture, etc., 556 Main, h. 11 Cottage 
Kelsey William H., upholsterer (87 Union, 

B.), house 26 Upton [Harvard 

Kelso Adam, machinist, 356 Main, h. 168 
Kelso Alexander M., liquors, 407 Main, 

house 36 Winsor 
Kemp Edwin E., clerk L. Kemp & Sons, 

house 52 Winsor [Beck Hall 

Kemp George, student H. U., rooms 45 
Kemp Horace G.( Lysander Kemp & Sons), 

soap mnfr., Davis, house 164 Harvard 
Kemp Jas. H. (Lysander Kemp & Sons), 

soap mnfr., Davis, boards 166 Harvard 
Kemp Lysander (Lysander Kemp & Sons), 

soap mnfr., Davis, house 166 Harvard 

KEMP LYSANDER & SONS 
(Lysander, James H., and Horace G. 

Kemp), soap manufacturers, Davis, 

corner Broadway 
Kempton Alphonso, conductor U. R. Co., 

boards 77 River 
Kempton Benj. F., carpenter, b. 10 Brewer 
Kempton John B., boards 24 Mt. Auburn 
Kempton Joseph D., carpenter,house 5 

Rogers block, Main 
Kenany Thomas, helper, Gore's wharf 
Kendall Albert S., bookkeeper Sawin's 

Express, Lyceum building, Harvard 

square, house 8 Appian-way 
Kendall Archibald M., mail agent, house 

8 Magee 
Kendall Chas. W., clerk, 617 Main, bds. 

275 Broadway 
Kendall Edward (Kendall & Roberts), 

machinist and boiler-maker, 72 and 92 

Main, house 139 Magazine 
Kenoall Francis, house 195 Putnam av, 
Kendall Geo., milkman, house Holworthy, 

opposite Corlett school 
Kendall George F., com. mer. (204 State, 

B.), house 61 Chestnut 
Kendall Harlie G., compositor Riverside 

Press, boards 3 Lawrence 
Kendall Henry H., student H. U., rooms 

8 Magee [Lawrence 

Kendall Isaac F., sawyer, 624 Main, h. 3 
Kendall James H., clerk, 72 Main, house 

139 Magazine 
Kendall Joshua,privateschool,13 Appian- 
way, house 123 Inman 
Kendall Olindus F., horse clothing (129 

Washington, B.), h. 343£ Broadway 
Kendall Walter P., organist, boards 3 

Lawrence 

KENDALL & ROBERTS (Edw. 
Kendall and Geo. B. Roberts), pro- 
prietors Charles River Iron Works, 
machinists and boiler makers, 72 and 
92 Main 
Kenerson Vertner, clerk, registry of deeds 
office, Otis, c. Second, b. 36 Cambridge 



Kenerson Wm. W.. ice-cream and provis- 
ions, house 150 Hampshire 
Kenerson Wm. W. jr., provisions, boards 
150 Hampshire [bridge 

Kenerson Winfield S., butcher, h. 36 Cam- 
Kenerson, see Kenneson and Kenniston 
Keniston Jas. M., physician and surgeon, 

13 Essex, house do. 
Kennard Benjamin, house 9 DeWolf 
Kennedy Bridget, wid. of John, h. 83 Elm 
Kennedy Daniel, blacksmith, 135 Winsor, 
house 131 do. [b. 131 Winsor 

Kennedy Daniel F., clerk, 30 Brighton, 
Kennedy Edgar, custom house (B.), house 

Hotel Clark 
Kennedy Edward J., carpenter, b. 87 Elm 
Kennedy Ellen, wid. of James, h. 87 Elm 
Kennedy Emma, widow of John A., house 
19 Antrim 

KENNEDY FRANK A., cracker, 
bread and cake baker, 502 Main,house 

8 Highland [Auburn 

Kennedy James, boarding-house, 88 Mt. 
Kennedy Jas., laborer, h. 84 Webster av. 
Kennedy Jas. J., lithographer Riverside 

Press [83 Elm 

Kennedy John, clerk, 397 Cambridge, b. 
Kennedy Lawrence B., laborer, b. 83 Elm 
Kennedy Martin, laborer, house 381 Cam- 
bridge [251 Broadway, h. do. 
Kennedy Mary T. (Kennedy & Murphy), 
Kennedy Patrick, laborer gas works, bds. 

Ross House 
Kennedy Peter J., varnisher, 624 Main, 

house 28 Winsor 
Kennedy Thomas, gardener, h. 15 Banks 
Kennedy Thomas, laborer, house Reed, 

corner Belmont 
Kennedy Wm. S., rooms 7 Waterhouse 
Kennedy & Murphy (Mary T. Kennedy 

and Mary T. Murphy), variety store, 

251 Broadway 
Kennelly Jeremiah, laborer, b. 56 Second 
Kenneson Thaddeus D., student H. U., 

rooms 13 Hollis Hall 
Kenney Andrew, carver, h. 64 Webster av. 
Kenney Ann, wid. of Patrick, h. 6 Winsor 
Kenney Chas. F., instructor House of 

Correction, house 2 Church place 
Kenney Edward, hairdresser, house 81 

Brighton 
Kenney Ellen, widow, house 2 Decatur ct. 
Kenney Eugene, coffin-maker, 203 Bridge, 

house 18 McCabe [Murdock 

Kenney Frank, varnisher, 624 Main, b. 22 
Kenney Johanna, widow of Thos., house 

401 Cambridge [h. n. do. 

Kenney John, at Niles Bros., Concord av., 
Kenney John, laborer, house 39 Harding 
Kenney John, tinsmith, h. 22 Murdock 
Kenney John, teamster, house Tannery, 

3d on left [Fourth 

Kenney John, teamster (Somerville), b. 12 
Kenney John (Cummings, Kenney & Co.), 

lumber, Bridge, opposite Prison point 

bridge, house at Boston 
Kenney John jr., boards 39 Harding 



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Kenney John S., painter, house rear 178 

Cambridge 
Kenney Michael, cooper (South Boston), 

boards 2 Decatur court 
Kenney Michael, at Boston Bridge 

Works, Sixth, house at Chelsea 
Kenney Owen, coffin-maker, 203 Bridge 
Kenney Patrick, city laborer, house 265 

Putnam avenue 
Kenney P., tinsmith, 502 Main 
Kenney Ralph, carpenter, house 9 Fifth 
Kenney Richard, cooper, house 184 Gore 
Kenney Stephen, gardener, pumping sta- 
tion, Middlesex Bleachery, rear 9 

Sacramento, house at Somerville 
Kenney Susan, widow of James W., house 

4 Holyoke fshire 

Kenney Thomas, soap-maker, b. 64 Hamp- 
KenneyThos., tailor, boards 184 Gore 
Kenney Timothy, baker, b. 22 Murdock 
Kenney Wm. , laborer, h. 458 Cambridge 
Kenney William, marble cutter, Prospect, 

cor. Hampshire, house 470 Cambridge 
Kenniston N. D., box-maker, b. 53 Cherry 
Kenny Thomas G., laborer, house rear 17 

Charles River 
Kenny, see Kenney [avenue 

Kent Christopher, laborer, h. 137 Webster 
Kent Clara E. Miss, music teacher, house 

858 Main 
Kent Edward, student H. U., rooms 19 

Holworthy Hall 
Kent Esther, widow of Wm., house 30 

Western avenue 
Kent Fred. L., bookkeeper (9 Kilby, B. ), 

boards 858 Main 
Kent George H., salesman, 464 Harvard, 

house 25 Western avenue 
Kent George W., teamster, 111 Bridge, h. 

89 Spring 
Kent Ichabod (Joy, Luther & Co.), car- 
penter, Eiver, junc. Western avenue, 

boards 858 Main 
Kent Otis W., carpenter, house 858 Main 
Kent Wm. W., student H. U., rooms 13 

Matthews Hall 
Keogh Patrick J., shoemaker, 11 Brattle, 

rooms 12 Dunster 
Keough Daniel, night watchman U. R. 

Co. stable, Cambridge, h. 432 Broad- 
way 
Keough John, grocer, 36 Harvard, house 

rear 18 School [Baldwin 

Keough Roger, driver U. R. Co., h. 27 
Ker Henry, bookkeeper (99 Harrison av., 

B.), house 62 Webster avenue 
Ker, see Kerr 

Kerehawn Ernest, house 20 Mt. Auburn 
Kern Cornelius, laborer, 172 Pearl, house 

at Somerville 
Kern Henry, cabinet-maker Shaw, Applin 

& Co., house 54 Gore 
Kern Rebecca, widow of Theodore, house 

21 Coggswell avenue 
Kernan James, cabinet-maker, 13 Bright- 
on, and janitor Quincy school, house 

78 Mt. Auburn 



Kernan James, painter, 203 Bridge 

Kernan Thomas J., bds. 78 Mt. Auburn 

Kerns Michael, blacksmith, 355 North av- 
enue, house 41 Harvey 

Kerr Henry, case-maker, 162 Broadway, 
house 71 Washington 

Kerr John C, currier, house 25 Baldwin 

Kerr, see Ker 

Kerrigan James, laborer, b. 37 Somerset 

Kerrigan John, laborer, house 34 Willow 

Kershaw Edwin S., sawyer, 162 Broad- 
way, house 6 Essex 

Kerwin Timothy, laborer, b. 21 School 

Kessell Fred A., painter ST. E. Glass Co., 
boards 42 Winter 

Kessell Jennie, widow of Frederick, 
boarding-house, 42 Winter 

Ketchum Charles, house 240 Harvard 

Ketchum George B., clerk, 165 Harvard, 
boards 240 do. 

Ketchum John, at American Rubber Mill, 
boards 240 Harvard 

Kettell John B. Mrs., house 63 Sparks 

Keyes Charles S., foreman of case room, 
105 Magazine, house 209 Pearl 

Keyes Hattie N. Miss, teacher Reed street 
primary school, boards Walden, next 
Raymond [Centre 

Keyes Henry S., printer, 638 Main, bds. 4 

Keyes Wm., iron molder, 368 Main 

Keyes, see Keay 

Keyser John, cabinet-maker, 44 Cam- 
bridge, house 58 Thomdike 

Kidd Margaret Miss, teacher Reed street 
primary school, bds. at Somerville 

Kidd Robert, painter, Third, near gas 
house, house 13 Second 

Kiclcl Wm. J., carpenter, house 39 Charles 

Kidder Merrill H., dining-rooms, 108 Cam- 
bridge, house do. 

Kidder Wm. A., collector B. & A. R. R. 
(East Boston), h. 256 North avenue 

Kidney William H., laborer, h. 23 Web- 
ster avenue 

Kiernan Thos. J., supt. of circulation H. 
U. library, house 84 Mt. Auburn 

Kihlberg Chas. A., cabinet-maker, 124 
Harvard, house rear 145 Columbia 

Kihlberg Charles H., cabinet-maker, h. 
rear 145 Columbia 

Kihlberg G. W., cabinet-maker, 124 Har- 
vard, boards rear 145 Columbia 

Kikkawa Chokichi, student H. IT., rooms 
23 Matthews Hall [438 Main 

Kilbreth Frank H., iron-worker (B.), h. 

Kilburn Curwin H., foreman Webster & 
Co. (Maiden), house Crescent, next 
Sacramento 

Kilburn Edward J., clerk (1131 Tremont, 
B.), house 28 Norfolk 

Kilduff Bernard, plasterer, house Cush- 
ing, corner Lawn 

Kiley James, baker, h. 7 Cowperthwaite 

Kiley William, painter, boards 8 Davis 

Kilfoy John, laborer, house 156 Franklin 

Killgannon Thomas, laborer, boards 165 
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Killoren Margaret Mrs., house 60 Cedar 
Kllloren Thomas J., painter, b. 60 Cedar 
Kilroy Patrick, laborer, h. Locust, near 

Cashing 
Kimball Annie, teacher kindergarten 

school, 76 Moore, boards do. 
Kimball Annis, teamster, h. 10 Somerset 
Kimball David, driver U. K. Co., house 

12 Eliot [686 Main 

Kimball Geo. A., clerk (4 Park, B.), bds. 
Kimball Harvey B., station agent L. A. 

& M. Central R. R., North av., house 

at West Somerville 
Kimball J. Franklin, merchant tailor, 589 

Main, house 49 Austin 
Kimball J. Henry, blacksmith, 178 North 

avenue, house at West Somerville 
Kimball Mary H., widow of Isaac, house 

24 Cottage [49 Austin 

Kimball Sarah C, widow of Horace, bds. 
Kimball William, merchant tailor, 3 Har- 
vard row, boards 151 Mt. Auburn 
Kimball Wills, flagman L. A. & M. Cen- 
tral R. R., North av., house at Boston 
Kincaid John A., carriage-maker, 178 

North avenue, house at Somerville 
Kiner Armon, waiter (B.), rooms 28 

Brighton [51 Moore 

King Alex., engineer (76 Sudbury, B. ), h. 
King Alfred E., stenographer (597 Wash- 
ington, B.), boards 49 Erie 
King Ann, wid. of Michael, h. 101 Spring 
King Barney, hairdresser, 459£ Main, h. 

58 Washington 
King Benjamin, broker, house 18 Clinton 
King Benjamin, engineer N. E. Glass 

Works, house 74 Cambridge 
King Benj. T., clerk (518 Washington, B.), 

boards 18 Clinton [66 Vine 

King Bridget, widow of Patrick, house 
King Caroline, widow of George, house 

46 Second 
King Catherine Mrs., house 41 Charles 
King Catherine, widow, house 8 Antrim 
King Charles, cook Porter's Hotel, 185 

North avenue, boards do. [94 Third 
King Charles F., furniture carver, house 
King Collin J., waiter, boards 10 Elmer 
King David H., laborer, h. 179 Harvard 
King Edwin L., harnesses (Hopkinton), 

house 49 Erie 
King Fred G., foreman engine house B. 

L. & C. R. R. shop, house at Woburn 
King Frederic R., student H. U., rooms 

46 Matthews Hall [98 River 

King George H., painter, 460 Main, house 
King Gustavus, hairdresser, 459 Main, 

house 452 do. 
King James, house 35 Essex 
King John, machinist, 368 Main, b.391 do. 
King John B., expressman, h. 128 Third 
King John H., confectioner, 503 Main, 

boards 15 Washington 
King Joseph C, plumber, 634 Main, bds. 

354 Broadway [bridge, h. do. 

King L. B. Mrs., dressmaker, 74 Cam- 
King Lydia S., house 113 Prospect 



King Mary, widow of Patrick, house 15 

Washington 
King Michael, laborer, boards 164 Gore 

KING MOSES, publisher, 400 Har- 
vard, boards at Boston 
King Owen, fish peddler, house 7 Willow 
King Richard, student, boards 23 Wash- 
ington 
King Samuel A., clerk (34 New F. H. 

market, B. ), house 38 Sacramento 
King Wm. C., b. Ross House, Broadway 
King William T., boards 113 Prospect 
Kingman Carrie M. Miss, teacher Web- 
ster grammar school, h. at Stoneham 
Kingsley Chester W., president (National 

Bank of Brighton), and coal, etc. (19 

Congress, B.), house 10 Chester 
Kinnear Conrad D., fireman C. F. D., 

boards 16 Tremont 
Kinnear John, printer University Press, 

house 34 Mount Auburn 
Kinnear John F., printer University Press, 

boards 34 Mount Auburn 
Kinnear Joseph, bookkeeper (4 Summer, 

B.), boards 34 Mount Auburn 
Kinneen Patrick G., horseshoer U. R. Co., 

Dunster, boards 52 Winthrop 
Kinnerman Henry, shoemaker, house 61 

Hampshire [place 

Kinney Kirke, student H. U., b. 10 Frisbie 
Kinney Samuel, carpenter, h. 37 School 

street court 
Kinnicut Leonard P., assistant in chem- 
istry H. U., rooms 21 Stoughton Hall 
Kinsley Charles E., clerk (30 Broad, B.), 

boards 51 Sixth 
Kinsley Edward B. P., U. S. Revenue 

storekeeper, house 51 Sixth 
Kinsley Elizabeth A., widow of Henry, 

house 140 Spring 
Kinsley Henry, machinist, h. 119 Winsor 
Kinsley Lyman Mrs., house 33£ Inman 
Kinsley Winifred Mrs., house 41 Charles 
Kinsman Eben, furniture mover (52 

Charles, B.), house 97 Winsor 
Kinsman Edgar O., dentist, 15 Brattle, 

boards 13 Watson 
Kinsman John O., telescope maker Alvan 

Clark & Sons, Henry, h. 13 Watson 
Kirby John L., tinman, 153 Putnam av., 

house 93 Chestnut 
Kirby Michael J., gardener P. O'Brien & 

Son, 820 Main, house 197 Mt. Auburn 
Kirk John, helper, 92 Main 
Kirk John D. , machinist, 356 Main, house 

Third, near the canal 
Kirk John W., banker and broker (29 

New, N. Y.), house 21 Craigie 
Kirke John D., box-maker, 162 Broadway, 

house 2 Percy place 
Kirker John, tinsmith (11 Custom House, 

B.), house 58 Fairmont 
Kirker John jr., plumber (50 Howard, 

B.), boards 58 Fairmont 
Kirley George F., baker, 15 River, house 

110 Hampshire [Cambridge 

Kirley James J., mold-maker, house 456 



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Kirlin William H., suit-maker, 157 Bridge, 

house do. [Cambridge 

Kirsch Ernst, carriage-maker, house 426 
Kirsch George J., piano case maker, h. 

32 Brookline 
Kirschten Gustavus, painter 1ST. E. Glass 

Co., house 6 Sixth 
Kirwin John, molder H. M. Bird, Pelham 
Kirwin Michael, laborer, h. 149 Franklin 
Kissane John, laborer, house 243 Franklin 
Kissane Michael, laborer, h. 243 Franklin 
Kissane Patrick, laborer, h. 243 Franklin 
Kissane Kichard, laborer, h. 243 Franklin 
Kissling Lawrence, brush-maker (96 High, 

B.), house 2 Willow 
Kittredge Ben R., student H. U., rooms 

25 Holyoke 
Kittredge George L., student H. U., 

rooms 78 Mt. Auburn, boards 245 

Longwood avenue, Boston 
Kittredge George T., clerk, 561 Main, h. 

103 Washington 
Kittredge Jesse H., sexton Prospect st. 

church, house 103 Washington 
Kivlan George, printer Riverside Press, 

house at Boston 
Kivlan John, teamster, boards 36 Gore 
Kivlan Peter F., teamster, 68 Bridge, h. 

36 Gore 
Kivlan William, printer Riverside Press, 

house 23 Rockwell 
Kivlan William H., pressman Riverside 

Press, house 84 River 
Klemm Hans, picture-frame maker (B.), 

house 12 Warren 
Kline Joseph, iron-molder, Third, corner 

Bent, house 133 Portland 
Klucker Frank, lithographer Riverside 

Press,.boards 14 Pleasant 
Klucken Gerarde A., lithographic artist 

Riverside Press, house 14 Pleasant 
Klucken Ralph, lithographer Riverside 

Press, boards 14 Pleasant 
Knapp Annie Mrs., teacher Putnam gram- 
mar school, house 66 Thorndike 
Knapp Emily J., widow of Rev. Henry 

M., house 4 Prospect 
Knapp George F., student,b. 66 Thorndike 
Knappe Carl F., agent (190 Lincoln, B. ), h. 

51 Fairmont [Soden pi. 

Kneeland Daniel J., fish and oysters, h. 1 
Kneeland Frederick, house 144 Thorndike 
Kneeland Henry, teamster, house 20 Mill 
Kneeland James, teamster, h. 164 Main 
Kneeland John, mason, house 11 Reed 
Kneeland John H., watchman, h. 164 Main 
Kneeland Michael, teamster John Rear- 
don & Sons, house 52 Waverly 
Kneeland Thomas H.,blacksmith,Church, 

opp. Palmer, boards 20 Mill 
Kneeland William, bds. 144 Thorndike 
Kneeland W. W., coffin-maker, 203 Bridge, 

rooms 94 Thorndike 
Kneeley J., watchman U. R. Co., Dunster 
Knight Bridget Miss, h. 20 Mt. Auburn 
Knight Edward B., letter-carrier P. O., 

611 Main, boards 23 Suffolk 



Knight Elb ridge E., night watchman H. 

TL, house 30 Winthrop 
Knight Eliza A. Mrs. , house 7 Marvin pi. 
Knight Frank F., mason, h. 24 Rockwell 
Knight Harry T., baggage-master (O. C. 

R. R., B.), boards 56 Austin 
Knight Jane Miss, house 20 Mt. Auburn 
Knight Joseph R. Mrs., house 15 Third 
Knight Simon, driver U. R. Co. 
Knignt Stephen H., student H. U., rooms 

2 Felton building [bridge 

Knight William, laborer, b. Hotel Cam- 
Knight William H., blank book mnfr. (46 

Federal, B. ), house 50 Sacramento 
Knight William H., piano-maker, Rhoades 

building, State, house at Boston 
Knights Anson B., advertising agent (B.), 

house 898 Main 
Knights Catharine Livingston Mrs., dress- 
maker, house 898 Main 
Knights Levi, laborer, house 102 Harvard 
Knights Samuel C. Mrs., prop. Highland 

House (Annisquam), h. 898 Main 
Knights Samuel R. (S. R. Knights & Co.), 

auctioneer, 593£ Main and (226 Wash- 
ington, B.), house at Boston 
KNIGHTS S. R. & CO. (Samuel R. 
Knights), auctioneers, 5934. Main and 

(226 Washington, B.) 
Knights Willis, waiter Memorial Hall, b. 

rear 39 Cowperthwaite 
Knights, see Knight 

Knoerr Albert, action-maker, 139 Broad- 
way ...house 177 Spring 
Knowles Chas. F. P., clerk, 597 Main, h. 

105 Allston [69 Brattle 

Knowles Chas. F. S., student H. U., rms. 
Knowles Daniel K., foreman, 169 Gore, h. 

at Somerville 
Knowles Edward, painter, h. 17 Carson 
Knowles Edward R. , student Epis. Theo. 

School, Brattle, rooms 16 Winthrop 
Knowles John, roller Cambridge Rolling 

Mills, house 1 Webster avenue 
Knowles John S., engineer, 10 Arrow, h. 

8 do. 
Knowles Maria L., widow of Stephen B., 

house 105 Allston 
Knowles Nathan S., clerk, 9 Harvard sq., 

house 860 Main [st. ct. 

Knowles Richard, carpenter, h. 37 School 
Knowles Willard, machinist, h. 128J Green 
Knowles Zoheth R., cabinet-maker, 54 

Bridge, house at Charlestown 
Knowlton Abraham, mason, boards 13 

Pleasant place 
Knowlton Benjamin F., wood-worker, 

house 69 Washington 
Knowlton George W., driver, 904 Main, 

house 4 Holyoke 
Knowlton John, cutter (72 Summer, B.), 

house 1 Ballord place 
Knowlton Lena Mrs., house 18 River 
Knox David, clerk, 461 Main, h. 5 Moore 
Knox Edward, bar-tender, house 6 Moore 
Knox Frank C., at University Press, bds. 

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Knox James, shipper (82 Canal, B.), h. 164 

Main 
Knox John, laborer, house 7 Moore 
Knox John jr., brass finisher, h. 7 Moore 
Koch Adam A., restaurant, Lyceum bldg. , 

Harvard sq., house 15£ Wallace 
Koch William, bar-tender, h. r. 15 Seventh 
Kochendoerffer John N. Conrad, variety- 
store, 351 Broadway, h. 2 Antrim 
Kohlhepp Christian, bar-tender, 214 Cam- 
bridge, house 2 Eighth 
Ko Kun Hua, instructor in Chinese H. 

XL, house 717 Cambridge 
Kopp Adam, baker, house 169 Norfolk 
Korarik Frank, cabinet-maker, boards 56 

Cambridge 
Korelah Charles, laborer, h. 29 Carson 
Korman John, rag-gatherer, house Clif- 
ton, near Harvey [57 Gore 
Kosmann Oscar, cabinet-maker, boards 
Kothe George W., coppersmith (9 Bowker, 
B.), house 13 Winter [Gore 
Kothe William, coppersmith (B. ), h. 112 
Kovarik John, cabinet-maker, 54 Bridge, 

house 169 Spring 
Kozeluh Charles, cabinet-maker, 54 Bridge 
Kraas Adolph, silver smith, h. 36 Clark 
Kraetzer Edwin J., house 29 Sacramento 
Kraetzer Eugene G., hats (311 Washing- 
ton, B.), house 15Walden 
Krall Bartholomew, wire-spring maker, 

house 28 Willow 
Kramer Harry, conductor U. R. Co., h. 

10 Coggswell avenue 
Kramnes Nilson, coppersmith, h. 13 Vine 
Krause Ernest, silver gilder, house Hollis, 
corner Spruce [folk 

Kroepsch Robert, carpenter, h. 169 Nor- 
Kruegel William E., tuner, 162 Broadway, 

house at Somerville 
Kruger Ernest, shade painter, Blanche, 

house 259 Putnam avenue 
Kruger Otto, shade painter, Blanche, h. 
259 Putnam avenue [av. 

Kuebler Charles A., currier, b. 370 North 
Kuebler J. Emile, currier, h. 370 North av. 
Kuebler Michael, currier, rear 370 North 
avenue, house do. [h. at Boston 

KuehliHenry A., broom maker, 414 Main, 
Kuhn Caroline Miss, house 32 Pine 
Kuhn Elizabeth R., widow of John, bds. 

Clara W. Pierce's, Mt. Auburn 
Kuhn George W., house 32 Pine 

LABELLE GREGOIRE, cabinet-maker 
F. M. Holmes Furniture Co., house 35 
Vine [Harvard 

Labetsh Alexander, waiter, house rear 61 
Labrush Peter, iron molder, h. 416 Main 
Lacas Duncan F., ornamentor (154 Black- 
stone, B.), house 162 Pleasant 
Lacerda Acust, varnisher, h. 95 Cambridge 
Lacey John, fireman, 162 Broadway, h. 

14 Webster avenue 
La Clair Leon, tinsmith, Third, house 11 
Rogers block, Main [av. 

Lacasse Samuel, carpenter, h. 365 North 



Lacy James, laborer, house 121 Spring 
Ladd Frank P., hay, grain and straw, 345 

North avenue, near R. R. crossing, h. 

at Somerville [13 Mellen 

Ladd Fred L., hairdresser, 1$ Brattle, h. 
Ladd John S., justice Police Court, City 

building, Brattle sq., house 2 Frost 
Ladd Henry M., student Epis. Theo. 

School, Brattle [Broadway 

Laderoute Desire, plasterer, h. rear 134 
Laderoute George H., plasterer, boards 

rear 134 Broadway 
Lafont Peter, brick-maker, house Dublin, 

third from Wyatts brickyard 
Laforet John B., brush-maker, house 5 

Rogers block 
Laha James H, painter, h. 6 Hamilton 
Laha Mary A. Mrs., variety store, 6 Ham- 
ilton, house do. [Vineyard 
Lahey Daniel, laborer, h. Cushing, cor. 
Lahey James, masou, h. 114 Hampshire 
Lahey John, helper, 356 Main 
Lahey John, laborer, house 214 Bridge 
Lahey John, laborer, h. 11 Hayes court 
Lahey John, mason, house 23 Seventh 
Lahey John, molder, Third, corner Bent, 

house at Somerville 
Lahey Michael, watchman U. R. Co., 

Dunster, house 204 Franklin 
Lahey Michael, laborer, 169 Gore, house 

203 Cambridge 
Lahey Patrick, laborer, house 230 Bridge 
Lahey Patrick Mrs., house 203 Cambridge 
Lahey Thomas, mason, house 4 Antrim 
Lahey Thomas, laborer, house 57 North 
Laidler Annie Miss, copyist Registry of 

Deeds, Otis, corner Second, house 136 

Cambridge 
Laidler Mary Miss, house 136 Cambridge 
Laing Alfred A., clerk, 641 Main 
Lake Frederick B., student H. U., rooms 

8 Matthews Hall 
Lakeman Nellie M. Miss, house 5 White 
Lakin George W. , house 2 Seckel 
Lally Frank E., clerk, 40 Brighton, house 

Cushing, corner Locust 
Lally John, bookbinder Riverside Press 
Lally John, plasterer, house 26£ Banks 
Lally John H., clerk, 40 Brighton, house 

26£ Banks 
Lally John J., sawyer, 3 Hampshire, h. 

2 Rogers block, Washington 
Lally Lawrence P., box-maker, boards 90 

Washington 
Lally Michael, laborer, h. 382 Cambridge 
Lally Patrick J., sawyer, 3 Hampshire, 

house 90 Washington 

LALLY THOMAS, grocer, 40 Brigh- 
ton, and Cushing, corner Locust, h. 

1 Mill 
Lally Thomas F., grocer, 26^ Banks, h. do. 
Lally Thomas G., clerk Thomas Lally, 

Cushing, bds. Frank E. Lally' s, do. 
Lally William J., pressman University 

Press, boards 26£ Banks 
Lamb Chas. R. Mrs., house Willard, cor. 

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Lamb Fayette C, lumber (44 Kilby, B.), 

house 9£ Wallace 
Lamb George, clerk (13 Kilby, B.), bouse 

9 Ellsworth avenue 

Lamb Henry J., carriage-painter, 178 

North avenue, house 9 Coggswell pi. 
Lamb James, horseshoer, house 10 Salem 
Lamb Jos. J., plumber, 599£ Main, boards 

10 Salem 

Lamb Roland O., bookkeeper (16 Sears 

building, B.), house 19 Sacramento 
Lamb Thos., confectioner, 602 Main, bcls. 
60 Amory [Appleton 

Lambert Ellen, wid. of Michael J., h. 205 

Lambert Herbert L., tinsmith, boards 76 
Norfolk 

Lambert JohnN., tinsmith, h. 76 Norfolk 

Lambert Thomas F., plasterer, h. Cush- 
ing, near Gushing court 

Lambert Wm. H., tinsmith, b. 76 Norfolk 

Lamphere Emmet, tinsmith, b.ll Prospect 

Lamphere Major, at Dover Stamping, b. 
120 Austin 

Lamphrey Frank E. , tinsmith, 8 Brattle, 
boards 15 Farwell place 

Lamson Albert H., clerk (89 Water, B.), 
boards 233 Harvard 

Lamson Anna S. Miss, teacher Webster 
grammar school, rooms 102 Austin 

Lamson Arthur F. , bookbinder, house 42 
Sidney 

Lamson Asa C, house 43 Essex 

Lamson Charles H., machinist, 356 Main, 
boards 42 Sidney 

Lamson Rufus Mrs., house 43 Essex 

Lamson Rufus W., mason, 233 Harvard, 
house do. 

Lamson Wm. G., clerk, bds. 233 Harvard 

Lanahan Daniel D., asst. engineer, 126 
Portland, house 30 Davis 

Lanahan Daniel J., at 139 Broadway, bds. 
30 Davis 

Lancaster Walter B., student H. U., rms. 
20 Prescott 

Lander Francis A., key-maker, 139 Broad- 
way, house 20 Fairmont 

Lander Ruth E. Mrs., teacher Shepard 
grammar school, house at Boston 

Lander Wm. F. , sharp-maker, 139 Broad- 
way, house 47 Clark 

Landerkin Llewellyn, machinist, Rhoades' 
mill, State, house 32 Front 

Landers John, painter, boards 115 Spruce 

Landers Morris, laborer Cambridge cem- 
etery, house 10 Maynard place 

Landers Thatcher T., machinist B. L. & 
C. R. R., Shop, Bridge, house at Char- 
lestown 

Landers Wm., gardener, house 115 Spruce 

Landreville Albert, cabinet-maker, Wood- 
bury's bldg., Otis, h. 156 Cambridge 

Landreville Jos. A., cabinet-maker, Wood- 
bury's bldg., Otis, b. 156 Cambridge 

Landry Julian, carpenter, house 3 Holly 

Landy Bridget, widow of Joseph, house 
80 Brighton [80 Brighton 

Landy John, painter, 14 Church, boards r. 



Landy Jos., painter, bds. r. 80 Brighton 
Lane Albert F., student H. U., rooms 11 

Matthews Hall 
Lane Alfred C, student H. XL, rooms 16 

Stoughton Hall 
Lane Caroline M. Mrs., house 19 Oxford 
Lane Cornelius, laborer, house 2 Fourth 
Lane Dennis, blacksmith, 46 Cambridge, 

h. 5 Lechmere House, Lechmere sq. 
Lane Dennis, laborer, h. 362 Broadway 
Lane Dennis, marble-worker, 53 Main, 

house 25 Cambridge 
Lane Edward B., student H. U., rms. 107 

Prospect 
Lane Elias N., house 28 Western avenue 
Lane E. Fred., boards 28 Western avenue 
Lane Frank A., wood turner, 384 Main, 

boards at Revere 
Lane Frank E., pedal maker, 162 Broad- 
way, house 2 Bristol 
Lane Gardiner M. (44 State, B.), rooms 12 

Story 
Lane George M., Pope Professor of Latin 

H. U., house 391 Harvard 
Lane Jane L. Miss, house 678 Main 
Lane Jeremiah, blacksmith, 46 Cambridge, 
bouse 3 Lechmere blk., Lechmere sq. 
Lane Jeremiah, laborer, b. 25 Cambridge 
Lane Joanna, wid. of John, h. 29 Warren 
Lane Joanna, wid. of Wm., h. 33 Bolton 
Lane John, laborer, house 7 Blair place 
Lane John, laborer, house 51 North 
Lane John, blacksmith, 4 Cambridge, h. 

96 Gore 
Lane J. Frederick, bookkeeper, 7 Hamp- 
shire, boards 42 Western avenue 
Lane Peter, salesman (47 Commercial, B.), 

house 42 Western avenue 
Lane Ralph M., student H. U., rooms 4 

Thayer Hall 
Lane Samuel G., machinery (105 Summer, 

B. ) , house 107 Prospect 
Lane Susan M. Miss, teacher private 
school (5 Charles, B.), h. 2 Holmes pi. 
Lane Timothy, boiler maker B. L. & C. R. 

R. shop, boards at Boston 
Lane William C, physician, h. 90 Harvard 
Lane Wm. C, asst. H. U. library, boards 
19 Oxford [corner Flagg 

Lang Anestina, wid. of Lewii, h. Banks, 
Lang Charles H., turnkey of jail, house 

Thorndike, corner Third 
Lang Daniel C, waiter Memorial Hall, 

rooms 28 Charles River 
Lang Fred. P., house 64 Harvard 
Lang Henry, bookbinder Riverside Press, 
house 7 Daye court [do. 

Lang John C, cigar mufr., 129 Green, h. 
Lang John F. W., confectioner, boards 68 
Harvard [11 State 

Lang John H., cigar maker, 513 Main, h. 
Lang Joseph H., clerk, 345 North avenue, 

boards at Somerville 
Lang Lewis, laborer, boards 218 Green 
Lang Margaret, widow of John, house 
Dailey alley [129 Green 

Lang Wm. H., cigar maker, 599 Main, bv 



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Langan James Mrs., dry goods, Portland, 
cor. Main, house 8 Portland 

Langdell Christopher Columbus, Dane 
Professor of Law, and Dean of the 
Law Faculty H. U., house 37 Quincy 

Langdon Harry S., clerk (220 Congress, 
B.), boards 341 Broadway 

Langdon Woodbury T., asst. engineer Re- 
vere Sugar Refinery, Water, house 
rear 152 Prospect 

L'Ange Cyril, brickmaker, h. 152 Spruce 

Langer Charles, confectionery, rooms 9 
Austin 

Langer Francis, sawyer, r. Rhoades bldg., 
State, house 15 Hewes 

Langford George A., Custom House (Bos- 
ton), house 56 Columbia 

Langford Joshua, hostler, 565£ Main, h. 
rear 7 Hastings 

Langford Wentworth K., cabinet-maker, 
house 56 Columbia 

Langley Arthur, farmer, boards Daniel 
Donovan's, Dublin, 1st from Wyatt's 
brick yard 

Langley Caroline L., widow of Thomas J., 
house 40 Third 

Langley Carrie A. Miss, clerk, 103 Cam- 
bridge, boards 40 Third 

Langley Chas. H., expressman, b. 41 Elm 

Langley Daniel C., painter, h. 155 Main 

Langley Edward M., boards 40 Third 

Langley Edwin C, engineer, 31 Elm, h. 
41 do. 

Langley Eliza J. Miss, h. 143 Thorndike 

Langley Geo. L., clerk O. C. R. R., boards 
111 Gore 

Langley Henry, cabinet-maker, Wood- 
bury's bldg., Otis, house at Boston 

Langley James A., laborer, bds. 70 Elm 

Langley Joseph, laborer, boards Mary 
Langley's, New 

Langley Lauren F., clerk, 89 Cambridge, 
boards 111 Gore 

Langley Martin V., teamster, 126 Port- 
land, house 18 Amory 

Langley Mary, widow of Jeremiah, house 
New, near F. R. R. 

Langley Olive E., widow of Lauren F., h. 
Ill Gore [New 

Langley Wm., laborer, b. Mary Langley's, 

Langmaid Samuel H., carriage mnfr., h. 
78 Kirkland 

Lanigan Micbael, currier, h. 47 Reed 

Lanman Charles R., professor of Sanskrit 
H. U.. rooms 21 Hollis Hall 

Lannan William, clerk, 1 Brewer's block, 
Brattle square, boards do. 

Lantigua Andrew, cigar maker, house 44 
Putnam avenue 

Lapage William, cabinet maker, Wood- 
bury building, Otis, house at Boston 

Lapierre Elie H., drug clerk, 32 River, 
house 30 do. [30 River 

Lapierre Sarah E., widow of Elie F., h. 

Laplante Jos., brick-maker, h. 108 Spruce 

Lapoint Eli, carpenter, house 122 Spruce 

Lapoint Jos., carpenter, h. 35 Brookline 



Laramy William, parquetry flooring (61 
Haverhill, B.), boards Charles Butch- 
er's, Lake View avevue 
Larkin David, laborer, house 9 Eighth 
Larkin John (John Larkin & Co.), junk, 

54 Cambridge, house at Wakefield 
Larkin John & Co. (John Larkin), junk, 

54 Cambridge 
Larkin John H., house 176 Thorndike 
Larkin Lawrence, laborer, h. 8 Hastings 
Larkin Patrick, laborer, house 3 Chestnut 

Park 
Larkin Patrick, laborer, house 50 Amory 
Larkins James J., boiler maker, 92 Main, 

house 20 Pioneer avenue 
Larrabee Rollin N., student H. U., rooms 
22 Weld Hall [ster 

Lary P., watchman U. R. Co. stable, Duu- 
Lasselle S. E. Mrs., music teacher at Chas. 
J. Adams, Thorndike, c. Third, b. do. 
Latham Charles S., student H. U., rooms 

41 Beck Hall 
Lathe Leonora F. Mrs., physician, 34 Aus- 
tin, house do. 
Lathrop George, laborer, b.56 Washington 
Lathrop Wm. L., cigars (218 Washington, 

B.), house 20 Brookline 
Latimer Andrew, farmer, boards Mrs. 

Wm. Black's, Concord avenue 
Latimer Horace A., student H. U., rooms 

10 Holyoke House 
Latimer Jas. A., physician, 57 Otis, h. do. 
Latour John, hairdresser, h.42 Mt. Auburn 
Latour John F., actor, h. r. 41 Norfolk 
Laughlin Julia A. Miss, nurse, b. 26 Lee 
Laughlin J. Laurence, Instructor in Po- 
litical Economy H. U., rooms 29 
Thayer Hall [Garden 

Laurent Eliza Mrs., boarding-house, 1 
Laurier Wilfrid, organ maker, 624 Main, 

boards at Boston 
Lavais Paul, grocer, 106 Spruce, house do. 
Lavan Bridget, widow, boards 9 Reed 
Lavan Thomas, laborer, house 137 Elm 
Lavell Andrew Mrs., h. 8 Willard court 
Lavender Mary, widow, house 28 Spring 
Lavery Charles, laborer, boards Joseph G. 

Coolidge's, Coolidge avenue 
Lavin John, confectioner, 602 Main 
Laviolette Elzar, pharmacist, 88 Cam- . 

bridge, boards 8 Eighth 
Law Annie C, wid. of Chas., h. 14 Eliot 
Law Emerson W., clerk police court, City 
bldg., Brattle square, boards Philip 
Nutting's. Nutting place 
Law Frederics: W., conductor U. R. Co., 

boards 14 Eliot 
Law George A., action maker, 113 Broad- 
way, house at Winchester 
Law Geo. W., salesman, house 96 Inman 
Law Robert, teamster Cambridge gas 

works, boards Ross House 
Lawler James, painter, h. 81 Broadway 
Lawless Anastatia, widow of John, house 

17 Sparks street place 
Lawless John, gate-tender B. L. & C. R. 
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Lawless Richard, car inspector B. L. & 

C. R. R., house 36 Cambridge 
Lawrence Betsey L. Miss, house 53 Fifth 
Lawrence Charles, produce (6 N. F. H. 

market, B.), house 55 Cambridge 
Lawrence C. A., student H. IL, rooms 5 

Hilliard 
Lawrence Dolly D., widow of James K., 

house 29 Second 
Lawrence Ella L., widow of Benj. F., 

house 8 Donnell 
Lawrence Geo. P., lawyer (22 Tremont 

row, B. ), house 12 Mason 
Lawrence Herbert T. (L. G. Burnham & 
Co.), wood and coal, 221 Bridge,house 
34 Beacon, Somerville 
Lawrence John, clergymen, b. 22 South 
Lawrence John, student H. IL, rooms 13 

Little's block 
Lawrence John P., poultry (48 F. H. mar- 
ket, B. ), house 407 Broadway 
Lawrence Joseph Sitva, laborer, 139 

Broadway, house rear 125 Gore 
Lawrence J. Edward, student, boards 55 

Cambridge 
Lawrence L., driver U. R. Co. 
Lawrence Mary P., widow, house 407 

Broadway 
Lawrence Oscar, action-maker, 162 Broad- 
way, house 229 do. 
Lawrence Prescott, student H. IL, rooms 

21 Beck Hall 
Lawrence Rowley (Lawrence & Clark), 
provisions, 123 Harvard, house 49 
Washington 
Lawrence Scientific School, 3 Kirkland 
Lawrence Wm. B., law student H. U., 

rooms 46 Beck Hall 
Lawrence & Clark (Rowley Lawrence 
and Geo. Clark), provisions, 123 Har- 
vard [ster av. 
Lawrenson Albert, laborer, h. 133 Web- 
Laws Albert, teamster, bds. 14 Hastings 
Laws Charles H., organ maker, 624 Main, 

house 18 Western avenue 
Laws Elizabeth A., widow of William, 

house 18 Western avenue 
Laws James A., laborer, h. 14 Hastings 
Lawson Andrew J., journalist, house 198 

Putnam avenue 
Lawson Francis C, house 91 Fifth 
Lawson Frederick, cabinet maker, house 

16 Harvard 
Lawson George D., house 2 Charles River 
Lawson Rebecca, wid., h. 38 Washington 
Lawton Arthur, boards 46 Market 
Lawton Edward B. Mrs., house 46 Market 
Lawton Frank M., rubber coat cutter, 

boards 76 Spring 
Lawton John T., teamster, 211 Bridge, 

boards I Fifth 
Lawton Joseph H., coppersmith, b.l Fifth 
Lawton Leander, laborer, 153 Putnam av- 
enue, house 5 Somerset 
Lawton William A., teamster J. A. Wel- 
lington, boards 1 Fifth 
Lazier John, brickmaker, h. 105 Spruce 



Lazzaro George, hairdresser (209 Congress, 

B.), house 91£ Inman 
Leach Amanda S., widow of Charles E., 

house 13 Winsor 
Leach Francis H., carpenter, house 87 

Concord avenue 
Leach Hosea W., mason, 19 Cherry, boards 

69 Moore 
Leach John, hostler Mount Auburn ceme- 
tery stable, Coolidge av., h. Huron 
Leach Johnson, engineer (S7 Court, B.), 

house 131 Spring 
Leach Mary, wid. of John, h. 129 Harvard 
Leach Mary A., widow of William S., 
house 7 Lambert avenue [vard 

Leach William, iron-molder, bds. 129 Har- 
Leach William H., carpenter, 373 Main, 

house 1 Saville. corner Appleton 
Leahan Jeremiah, laborer, h. 23 Hayes ct. 
Leahy Edward, painter, boards Edward 

Boardmau's, Jackson 
Leahy James, laborer, h. 193 Broadway 
Leahy John, laborer, house 85 Spruce 
Lealand Caroline C, widow of Charles, 

house 86 Winsor 
Lealand Charles H., clerk, 168 Main, bds. 

86 Winsor 
Learnard George W. com. mer. (91 South 

Market, B.), house 32 Pearl 
Learnard William, varnisher, 162 Broad- 
way, house 116 Spring 
LEARNED FRANK W. P., 
coal and wood, 28 and 30 Cambridge, 
house at Somerville 
Learned Lydia Miss, boards 9 Worcester 
Learned Phebe, widow of Grant, boards 9 

Worcester 
Learned, see Leonard 
Leary Cornelius, laborer, house 6 Fifth 
Leary Cornelius, printer University Press, 
house 13 Banks [North 

Leary Ellen, widow of Michael, house 14 
Leary James, polisher F. Geldowsky, 

house 30 Spring 
Leary John, bookbinder Riverside bind- 
ery, house 19 Hewes 
Leary John, tailor, house 24 Harrison 
Leary John, printer, house 3, rear 134 

Broadway 
Leary John H., iron-molder, 368 Main, 

house 10 Harrison 
Leary John F., varnisher, 203 Bridge, 

house at Charlestown 
Leary Michael, driver U. R. Co. 
Leary Patrick, laborer, house 16 North 
Leary Patrick, watchman U. R. Co, house 
80 Kinnaird [coin 

Leary Richard, cabinet-maker, h. 8 Lin- 
Leary Thomas, molder H. M. Bird, Pelham 
Leary, see O'Leary 

Leathe Malinda E. Miss, house 5 State 
Leatherbee George H., student H. U., 

rooms 16 Holworthy Hall 
Leaver Sarah K., widow of Oliver H., 

house 106 Thorndike 
Leavin John, carpenter, h. r. 66 Norfolk 
Leavitt Allen Mrs., house 106 Inman 



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Leavitt Caroline A., widow of Ebenzer, 

boards 67 Third 
Leavitt Charles S., clerk, 432 Cambridge, 

boards at Somerville 
Leavitt Erasmus D., house 11 War! and 
Leavitt Erasmus D. jr., mechanical engi- 
neer, 604 Main, house 127 Magazine 
Leavitt Flora Mrs., house 106 Inman 
Leavitt Fred EL, clerk, 450 Harvard, bds. 

at Boston 
Leavitt George R. Rev., pastor Pilgrim 

church, house 9 Warland 
Leavitt Henry F. (Henry F. Leavitt & Co.), 

provisions, 432 Cambridge, house at 

Somerville 
Leavitt Henry F. & Co. (Henry F. Leavitt), 

provisions, 432 Cambridge 
Leavitt Henry T., groceries, 361 Main, 

house 6 Clark 
Leavitt Hey ward G., student H. U., rms. 

52 Brattle 
Leavitt Ira H., clerk N. A. Oyster Co. (F. 

H. market, B. ), house 5 Franklin 
Leavitt Lucy A. L., widow of George W., 

house 92 Auburn 
Leavitt William, carpenter (146 Mt. Ver- 
non, B.), house 16 Fayette 
Leavitt William J. D., music teacher (433 

Washington, rm. 16, B.), h. 16 Fayette 
Leavitt William W., brass-finisher, house 

110 Hampshire 
LeBarron John, carriage painter, 232 

North avenue, boards 212 do. 
LeBarron John, house 896 Main 
LeBarron John D., watchman (B. & A. R 

R, B.), house 896 Main 
Lebert David, house 75 Fifth 
Lebert David, baker, 163 Bridge, h. do. 
Leboo Henrietta Miss, h. 39 Washington 
LeBreck Louis, foreman brass foundry, 

Walworth, boards 40 Austin 
LeCain George W., driver, 43 Pine, house 

58 Auburn 

LECHMERE NATIONAL 
BANK, 66 Cambridge, T. Henry 

Hudson, cashier 
LeClair Xavier, brick-maker, h. 20 Bolton 
Leddy Charles H., finisher, bds. 8 Fourth 
Leddy Hannah M., widow of John, house 

8 Fourth 
Leddy James, laborer, house Distillhouse, 

next Somerville line 
Leddy Thomas F., wood-carver, boards 8 

Fourth 
Ledlie George H., student H. U., rooms 78 

Mount Auburn 
Lee Elbren L., fish, boards 11 Gardner 
Lee George, laborer, h. 60 Washington 
Lee Isaac J. B., boards 31 Howard 
Lee James, molder H. M. Bird, Pelham 
Lee James H., fishdealer, h. 11 Gardner 
Lee John A., piano-key maker, boards 

138 Hampshire 
Lee Joseph, student H. U., rooms 58 

Thayer Hall 
Lee Joshua, laborer, house 18 East 
Lee Michael, molder H. M. Bird, Pelham 



Lee Nathaniel H., porter, h. 31 Howard 
Lee Richard T., blacksmith, 368 Main, 

house 57 Portland 
Lee R., blacksmith's helper, 368 Main 
Lee Tom, laundry, 69 Cambridge, h. do. 
Lee Walter, blacksmith, 270 North av., 

boards 189 Spruce 
Lee William, gardener, 11 Fayerweather, 

boards do. 
Lee William, cooper, house 29 Porter 
Leeds Daniel D., foreman of varnishers 

(1287 Washington, B.),h. 123 Franklin 
Leeds Edwin F., wool (161 Franklin, B.), 

house 123 Franklin 
Leeds Fred A., clerk (31 Hawley, B.), 

boards 123 Franklin 
Leeman John, fireman (B.), h. 8 Fourth 
Leest Walter, plasterer, h. 12 Hamilton 
LeFave Joseph, driver U. R. Co., house 

Frank, 6th on left 
Lefavour Alexander, glass worker, boards 

163 Columbia 
LeFrancis Charles, clerk, 599 Main, boards 

44 Bigelow [b. 44 Bigelow 

LeFrancis Fred., clerk (85 Oliver, B.), 
LeFrancis Peter, cigar manufacturer, 599 

Main, house 44 Bigelow 
LeFrancis True, locksmith, h. 106 Pearl 
LeGalle Frank,box-maker, h. 3 Hampshire 
LeGallee Chas. E., salesman, h. 94 Fourth 
LeGallee Frank W., box-maker, boards 

179 Harvard [Madison 

Legg Charles A., engineer H. IT., h. 30 
Legg Charles H., painter, h. 33 Bigelow 
Legg Frank W. (F. W. Legg & Co.), pic- 
ture frames, etc., 647 Main, boards 33 

Bigelow 
Legg F. W. & Co. (Frank W. Legg), pic- 
ture frames, etc., 647 Main 
Legget Thomas, driver, 249 Cambridge, 

rooms do. 
Leggett John, carpenter, bds. 23 Wallace 
Lehan Cornelius, laborer, bds. 164 Gore 
Lehan Daniel, laborer, boards 164 Gore 
Lehan Daniel W., furniture (98 Merrimac, 

B.), house 61 Gore [41 do. 

Lehan Dennis H., horseshoer, 19 Gore, h. 
Lehan Jeremiah, laborer, h. 113 Broadway 
Lehan Michael J., varnisher (B.), boards 

21 Fourth 

Lehmkuhl William H., cabinet maker, 
house 74 Gore 

Leighton Ellen M!, teacher Gannet pri- 
mary school, boards 150 Thorndike 

Leighton Francis M., harness maker, 200£ 
North avenue, bds. Porter's Hotel 

Leighton Jane, widow of John H., house 

22 Winter 

Leighton John H., clerk Am. Net and 

Twine Co., Third, h. at Somerville 
Leighton J. E., conductor U. R. Co. 
Leighton Margaret M., teacher High 

school, house at Boston 
Leighton Reuben, blacksmith, 12 Gore, 

house 51 Portland 
Leighton Richard, planer, boards 134 

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Leighton Rufus, laborer, h. 19 Brewery 
Leighton Thomas, conductor U. R. Co., 

house 12 Fourth [ter 

Leitch Isabelle M. C, wid., h. 30 Worces- 
Leitch James, laborer, house 12 Warren 
Leitch James C, baker, h. 34 Somerset 
Leland Annie M. Miss, teacher Harvard 

grammar school, house at Somerville 
Leland Frederick (84 North, B.), boards 

31 Bigelow 
Leland James, machinist, h. 20 Tremont 
Leland, see Lealand 
Lemon Lewis, frame manufacturer (63 

Hanover, B.), house 7 Watson 
Lemon William, binder Riverside bindery, 

house at Maiden 
LeMoyne Louis V., student H. U., rooms 

5 Matthews Hall 
Lenell Odillion B., driver U. R. Co., house 

63 Brighton 
Lenfest Granville B., printer, 68 Cam- 
bridge, house 157 Thorndike 
Lenfest Mary A., widow of Solomon, 

house 50 Baldwin 
Lenfest Solomon, printer University Press, 

house 50 Baldwin 
Lenfest Thomas H., music printer (21 

School, B.), house 40 Western avenue 
Lenfest Thomas H. jr., clerk (21 School, 

B.), boards 40 Western avenue 
Lennon James E. (J. Lennon & Son), 

grocer, 145 Pearl, house 141*do. 
Lennon John, auctioneer, and real estate, 

and (J. Lennon & Son), grocer, 145 

Pearl, house 141 do. 
Lennou John, glass blower, b. 21 School 
Lennon J. & Son (John and James E. 

Lennon), groceries and provisions, 

145 Pearl 
Lennon Martin, brass finisher, 368 Main, 

boards 21 School [b. 21 School 

Lennon Michael, brass finisher, 368 Main, 
Lenox James T., student H. XL, rooms 21 

Holyoke House 
Lenox John, laborer, bds. 95 Hampshire 
Lenox John M., letter collector (P. O., B.), 

house 95 Hampshire [Vineyard 

Lenox Wm., laborer, h. Gushing, opposite 
Lent Eugene, student H. U., rooms 21 

Holyoke House 
Lent Jane, widow of Albert, house 24 

Coggswell avenue 
Leonard Elizabeth, widow of Nicholas, 

house 28 Vine 
Leonard Ellen Miss, house 29 Baldwin 
Leonard Frank E., teamster John Reardon 

& Sons, house 58 Pleasant 
Leonard Geo. A., salesman (311 Washing- 
ton, B.), house 94 Norfolk 
Leonard Georgian a F., h. 22 Worcester 
Leonard Henry W., wheelwright, 4 Cam- 
bridge, house 97 Otis 
Leonard Hiram, hides and leather (98 

High, B.), and produce (30 So. Mar- 
ket, B.), house 139 Otis 
Leonard John, gardener, h. 1234, Winsor 
Leonard John F., cook, bds. 123£ Winsor 



Leonard Patrick G., salesman (N. ST. city), 

house 28 Tremont 
Leonard Richard Mrs-, h. r. 19 Fairmont 
Leonard Thomas, junk, 19 Gore, h. do. 
Leonard Wm., book-agent, house 8 Third 
Leonard William A., boiler maker, 92 

Main, boards Ross House 
Leonard, see Learned, also Lerned 
Leotsakos J. P., boards 14 Appian-way 
Lepoiut Joseph, trimmer, 162 Broadway, 

house Brookline, corner Auburn 
Lepper Wm., cabinet maker, Woodbury 

building:, Otis, house at Boston 
Lerned Benjamin, butter and eggs, house 

rear 354 North aveuue 
Lerned Chas. W., mnfr. " Lerned's Disen- 

fectant," 358 North avenue, house at 

Somerville 
Lerned Lucy Miss, h. 358 North avenue 
Lerned Rebecca R. Miss, house 358 North 

avenue 
Lerned Walter H., butter and eggs, house 

rear 354 North avenue 
Lerned, see Learned, also Leonard 
Lerner Frank, gardener, 12 Quiucy, house 

1 Banks 
Lerner Fritz, tailor (B.), house 3 Banks 
Lerner John, laborer, boards 1 Banks 
Lerner Joseph, nurse, h. 12 Mt. Auburn 
Leslie Benjamin A., mariner, house 132 

Prospect [Rogers blk. 

Leslie David, at 139 Broadway, house 5 
Leslie David L., varnisher, 162 Broadway, 

house 200 Norfolk 
Lester Moses W., collector, house Huron, 

• near Lake View avenue 
Leuchte Bernhard, restaurant, 9 Brighton, 

house at West Somerville 
Leuchte Gustave, clerk, 9 Brighton, house 

at West Somerville 
Leury John J., teamster, bds. 11 Willow 
Leury Joseph, silversmith, h. 11 Willow 
Leury William H., engraver, b. 11 Willow 

L EVERETT GEORGE V., lawyer 
(47 Devonshire, rooms 19 to 22, B.), 

house 5 Ellery 
Levi Wolf, clerk (B.), house 109 Otis 
Levien Morris S., fancy goods, etc., 517 

Main, house at Boston 
Levit Morris, house 121 Spring 
Levy Aaron, clerk (29| Green, B.), boards 

83 Pearl 
Levy Abraham, clothing, order box 609 

Main (29f Green, B.), house 83 Pearl 
Levy Albert H., student H. U., rooms 44 

Holyoke House 
Levy Harry M., student H. XL, rooms 19 

Matthews Hall [h. do. 

Levy Hannah Mrs., groceries, 429 Main, 
Levy John, painter, house 112 Hampshire 
Levy Jules, teacher of French, and editor 

"Le Francais," house 17 Story 
Lewando Amelie E. Miss, music teacher, 

32 Cottage, boards do. 
Lewando Anise A. Mrs., house 32 Cottage 
Lewando Mathilde A. Miss, French teach- 
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Lewis Abbie A. Miss, teacher Dana pri- 
mary school, boards 14 Story 
Lewis Angeline H., widow of Daniel, h. 

22 Winsor 
Lewis Ann, wid. of Henry P., h. 14 Story 
Lewis Charles H., clerk B. L. & C. R. R. 

shop, boards at Boston 
Lewis Charles J., grocer, h. 48 Hamilton 
Lewis Charles S., machinist, boards 286£ 

Broadway 
Lewis Charles S., supt. (518 Washington, 

B.), house 417 Broadway 
Lewis David W., Akron sewer pipe, Har- 
vard, n. G. J. R. R. (80 Water, B.), h. 
at Hyde Park 
Lewis Edgar P., traveling salesman, River- 
side Oil Works, house at E. Boston 
Lewis Edward, student H. U., rooms 28 
Dunster [71 School 

Lewis Edward R., clerk, 37 Clark, house 
Lewis Ellen, wid. of Robert, h. r. 25 Sixth 
Lewis Elmer L., carpenter, 3 River, bds. 

115 Magazine 
Lewis Ensign L., tin-worker, 153 Putnam 

avenue, house 115 Magazine 
Lewis Frederick, brush finisher, h. 85 Vine 
Lewis Geo. W., porter H. U., h. 33 Mill 
Lewis Henry, laborer, house 40 First 
Lewis Henry B., brass finisher, rooms 

589i Main 
Lewis Henry C, coal and wood, and fur- 
niture mover, 6£ Harvard sq., house 
19 Grant 
Lewis Henry S., hairdresser, 25 River, 

boards 2S6£ Broadway 
Lewis John, varnisher, 162 Broadway, 

house 25 Sixth 
Lewis John F., carpenter, house 18 Park 
Lewis Johnson H., photographer, 563 

Main, boards 40 Pearl 
Lewis Levi J., hairdresser (163 Cambridge, 

B.), house 104 Harvard 
Lewis Mary A. Miss, teacher Boardman 

primary school, boards 16 Linco'n 
Lewis Mary E., widow, h. 286£ Broadway 
Lewis Theodore A., clerk (25 Summer, 

B.). boards 65 Pleasant 
Lewis Thomas, hostler, 249 Cambridge 
Lewis Warren N., hairdresser, 25 River, 

boards 286£ Broadway 
Lewis William H., house 50 Clark 
Lewis William K., boards 764 Main 
Libbey Charles W., wheelwright, 130 

Main, house at Somerville 
Libbey E. Drummond (Wm. L. Libbey & 
Son), N. E. Glass Works, North, cor. 
Water, b. 209 West Newton, Boston 
Libbey Frederick A., engineer, house 88 

Banks 
Libbey William, ladder mnfr. and flagman 

Concord av. crossing F. R. R., h. do. 
Libbey Wm. L. (Wm. L. Libbey & Son), 
N. E. Glass Works, North, cor. Water, 
house 209 West Newton, at Boston 

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Libby Frederick W., clerk (10 Canal, B.), 

house 146 North avenue 
Libby Isaiah C, driver ice wagon, house 

61 Spring 
Libby Mary, widow, house 8 Jefferson 
Libby Melvina A., widow, variety store, 

163 Main, house do. 
Libby Tobias, teamster (60 Purchase, B.), 

house 90 Thorndike 
Libby William P., ladder maker, house at 

East Somerville 

Lichtenberg (Jharles, designer F. M. H. F. 

Co., boards 4 Water [438 do 

Lidstrom Charles, finisher, 624 Main, h. 

Lidstrom Charles Mrs., dressmaker, 438 

Main, house do. 
Lidy Thomas, printer (117 Franklin, B.), 

house 5 Hamilton 
Lienhard George, baker, 79 Cambridge 
Lilienthal Howard, student H. U., rooms 

15 Stoughton Hall 
Lilley Fred W., clerk F. R. R. freight depot 

(Charlestown), boards 46 Fifth 
Lilley Thomas, carriagesmith, h. 46 Fifth 
Lincoln Alfred (Adams & Lincoln), dry 

goods, 98 Cambridge, bds. 15 Fifth 
Lincoln Charles A., carpenter McLean 

Asylum (Somerville), house 15 Fifth 
Lincoln Chas. S., key-finisher, 139 Broad- 
way, house 58 Sidney 
Lincoln Ijjdwin H., photographer, house 

67i Prospect 
Lincoln Geo. E., h. Oxford, c. Hammond 
Lincoln Jerome H., printer, b. 79 Wendell 
TINCOLN JOHN, provisions (33 
JU North, B.l, house 180 Columbia 
Lincoln John L., iron-worker, 454 Main, 

boards 21 Suffolk 
Lincoln Joshua, clerk Riverside Press, 

house 30 Irving 
Lincoln J. Ledyard, student H. XL, bds. 

Mrs. J. W. Harris', Francis avenue 
Lincoln Nathan, teacher of music Cam- 
bridge schools, house 72 Prospect 
Lincoln Nathan F., clerk (33 Commercial, 
B.), boards 72 Prospect [Spring 

Lincoln Nathan P., teamster, rooms 109 
Lincoln Walter M., clerk (7 Exchange pi., 

B.), boards 49 Erie 
Lincoln Wm. F., box-maker, h. r. 128 Gore 
Lincoln Wm. H., clerk, 169 Gore, b.15 Fifth 
Lind Andrew J., safe-maker, 17 Main, 

house 5 Pelham 
Lind John, shoemaker (7 Province court, 

B.), house 1 Rogers block, Main 
Lindahl Anders, tailor, house 3 Moore 
Linde Frank B., at 162 Broadway, boards 
227 do. [house at Boston 
Lindgren John A., safe-maker, 17 Main, 
Lindner Berthold, finisher, h. 65 Spring 
Liudquist Nelse, safe-maker, house 5 Rog- 
ers block, Washington 
Lindsey John, laborer, h. 17 Jefferson 
Lindsey P. Allen, salesman (400 Washing- 
ton, B.), house 303 Broadway 
Linehan Charles, contractor, house Cam- 
bridge, corner Maple avenue 



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Linnehan Daniel, iron-molder, 368 Main 
Linnehan Dennis, shoemaker, 544 Main, 

boards do. 
Linnehan John, stone-cutter, h. r. 30 Gore 
Linnehan John, tailor, 589 Main, house 
16 Decatur [Washington 

Linnehan Mary, widow of Daniel, h. r. 36 
Linnehan Nealis, driver, 506 Main, bds. 

44 Brookline 
Linnell Calviu N., machinist, 72 Main, h. 

5 Baldwin place 
Linnell Mary, widow, h. 3S1 Cambridge 
Linskey John, laborer, house 33 Harding 
Linskey Martin, laborer, h. 22 McCabe 
Linskey Patrick, laborer, h. 22 McCabe 
Linton James, safe-maker, 17 Main, house 
53 Winsor [Boston 

Linton Samuel, safe-maker, 17 Main, h. at 
Lippe Jos. A., cabinet-maker, h. 28 Vine 
Lippincott Sarah E., widow, house 148 

Mt. Auburn 
Lishtenberg Charles, cabinet-maker F. M. 

Holmes Furniture Co., bds. 4 Water 
Lister Fred C, janitor and engineer Hem- 

enway Gymnasium, rooms do. 
Litchfield Aliyne C, house 86 Ellery 
Litchfield Benjamin, iron-molder,36^ Main 
Litchfield Benj. C, plumber, Palmer, near 

Brattle, house 13 Suffolk 
Litchfield George W. B. , porter Riverside 

Press, house 87 Putnam avenue 
Litchfield Horace D , undertaker, 477 

and 488 Main, boards 488 do. 
Litchfield Judson, undertaker, 477 and 

488 Main, house 17 Green 
Litchfield Lawrence, student H. IL, bds. 

86 Ellery 
Litchfield Otis V., regulator, 162 Broad- 
way, house 108 Prospect 
Litchfield Roland, undertaker, 477 Main, 

house 488 do. 
Little, Brown & Co. (Augustus Flagg, 
John Bartlett, Thomas W. Deland, 
John M. Brown and George Flagg), 
book-bindery, Blackstone 
Little Catharine, widow, house 80£ Green 
Little Frank W., boards 117 Green 
Little John, house 26 Somerset 
Little John, special police Public Library, 

639 Main, house 117 Green 
Little Stephen, confectioner, 503 Main, 

boards 26 Somerset 
Littlefield Adoniram J., salesman, 147 

North avenue, house 12 White 
Littlefield Dependence S., cabinet-maker, 

624 Main, house 465 do. 
Littlefield George A., machinist, house 117 
Winsor [10 Mellen 

Littlefield George F., clerk, 17 Main, bds. 
Littlefield Geo. R., salesman (B.),b. 5 Gerry 
Littlefield George T., cutter (28 Summer, 
- i B.), house 12 Mellen 
Littlefield John Sherman, collector, bds. 
15 Farwell place [h. 5 Gerry 

Littlefield Joseph H., architect (Chicago), 
Littlefield Junius W., driver U. R. Co., h. 
107 Columbia 



Littlefield Nathan C, janitor Weld Hall 

H. U., house 10 Mellen 
Littlefield Sarah H., widow of Jacob, h. 

274 North avenue 
Littlefield Sidney H., carpenter, house off 

Adams, near Fresh Pond 
Littlefield Walter F., clerk (18 Post-office 

square, B.), boards 10 Mellen 
Littlefield William R., organ-polisher, 624 

Main, boards 465 do. 
Littlehales Benjamin, in Cambridge Roll- 
ing Mill, house 57 Hampshire 
Livermore Anson G., driver, 15 River, 

house 17 do. 
Livermore Charles C, secretary (131 Dev- 
onshire, B.), boards 2 Dana 
Livermore Frederick O., piano-action 

maker, boards 36 Essex 
Livermore George Mrs., house 2 Dana 
Livermore John, house 287 Harvard 
Livermore Leonard J. Rev., pastor Uni- 
tarian church(Danvers),h.24 North av. 
Livermore Oliver W., house 36 Essex 
Livermore Warren G., officer House of 

Correction, boards do. 
Livesey Frank B., bookkeeper (7 Spring 

lane, B.), house 7 Rice 
Livingston Archibald, clerk (27 Doane, 

B.), house 57 Sixth 
Livingston Frank S., baker, b. 104 Norfolk 
Livingston Lucy, wid. of Benjamin F., h. 

104 Norfolk 
Livingston Philip L., student H. U., rms. 
15 Little's block [Washington 

Livingston William D., sawyer, house 97 
Lloyd George, carpenter, h. 155 Spring 
Lloyd George A., teller Cambridge Nat'l 
Bank, 87 Cambridge, b. at Arlington. 
Lloyd Herbert M., student H. U., rooms 

9 Stoughton Hall 

Lloyd Thomas, teamster, 172 Pearl, h. 11 

Hamilton [Columbia 

Loan Alexander, soap-maker, boards 209 

Loan John James, soft-soap maker, 209 

Columbia, house do. 
Locke Alraira D. Mrs., house 9 Dover 
Locke Amos, 84 Bridge, h. at Lexington 
Locke Charles A., leather (229 Congress, 

B.), house 17 Clinton 
Locke Davis, clerk Porter's Hotel, 185 

North avenue, boards do. 
Locke Diana Miss, house 89 Winsor 
Locke Edgar H., provisions,226 North av., 

house rear 293 do. 

Locke Evelyn J. Miss, teacher Shepard 

grammar school, b. 281 North avenue 

Locke E. J. Mrs., house 281 North avenue 

Locke Francis, proprietor Porter's Hotel, 

185 North avenue, house do. 
Locke Frank H., clerk (28 Warren avenue, 

Charlestown), b. Porter's Hotel 
Locke George H., clerk (freight office B. 

L. & C. R. R., B.), boards 6 Rice 
Locke Hannah, widow of Davis, boards 

Porter's Hotel 
Locke Henry A., clerk (31 High, B.), bds. 
rear 8 Perry 



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Locke Horatio, provisions (42 and 44 F. 

H. market, B.), house 285 North av. 
Locke H. Austin, clerk (42 F. H. market, 

B.), house 11 Dover 
Locke Irene E. Miss, house Avon hill, 

near Linnaean [Allston 

Locke John, salesman (39 High, B.), h. 79 
Locke John T., bookkeeper, 610 Main, h. 

rear 8 Perry [17 Clinton 

Locke Sarah J., widow of Charles A., h. 
Locke Warren A., music teacher, house 

10 Putnam avenue 
Lockett Jacob L., butler, h. 1 Nichols pi. 
Lockhart Albert E., undertaker, 208 

Bridge, house 61 Otis 
Lockhart Charles H, undertaker, 203 

Bridge, house 209 do. 
Lockhart David, coffin-maker, 203 Bridge, 

house 137 Cambridge 

LOCKHART WILLIAM L,., un- 
dertaker and mnfr. of coffins, caskets, 

etc., wholesale and retail, 191 to 203 

Bridge, house at Belmont 
Locklin Hannah L., widow of Edward, 

milliner, 208 Pearl, house do. 
Locklin Mary Miss, house 60 Brighton 
Lockwood Charles F., blacksmith, 221 

Bridge, house rear 168 Cambridge 
Lockwood Hanford N., law-student H. U., 

rooms 13 Kirkland place 
Lockwood Leverett L., engineer Riverside 

Press, house 12 Blackstone 
Lockwood Ruth Annis Mrs., house 14 

Berkshire place 
Loeb Morris, student H. U., rooms 32 

Matthews Hall 
Loel Mattius, currier, house r. 33 Harvey 
Logan Andrew, hostler U. R. Co., house 

McDonald, corner Mt. Auburn 
Logan Augustus A., laborer,h. 53 Hastings 
Logan David J., laborer, boards 156 Pearl 
Logan Jeanette, wid. of Jas., h. 156 Pearl 
Logan John, blacksmith, 446 Main, boards 

1 Hampshire 
Logan William M., engineer Niles Bros. , 

Concord avenue 
Lombard Charles E.,machinist (126 Pearl, 

B.), house 42 Shepard 

LOMBARD HERBERT E., job 
printer, 636 Main, house 3 Lamson pi. 
Lombard Hugh, baker, 82 Mt. Auburn 
Lombard James M., pro visions, 156 Frank- 
lin, house do. [Essex 
Lombard John, clerk, 649 Main, house 21 

LOMBARD NATHAN C, me- 
chanical engineer and patent solicitor 
(40 State, B.), house 125 Prospect 
Lombard Richard P., lather, house 71 
Washington 

LOMBARD S. J., grocer, 649 Main, 
house 21 Essex 
Lombard Walter E., draughtsman (40 

State, B.), boards 125 Prospect 
Lombard William A., student H. IL, rms. 

37 Matthews Hall 
Lonergan David, grocer, 163 Dublin, h. do. 
Lonergan Thomas, laborer, h. 97 Spruce 



Long Abiel E., janitor Shepard and Wy- 
man schools, and sexton North Cam- 
bridge Baptist society, house 10 Rice 
Long Andrew, glass-maker N. E. Glass 

Works, house 27 Winter 
Long Daniel, foreman of finishers (48 Ca- 
nal, B.), house 19 Perry 
Long Daniel C, waiter Memorial Hall, b. 

28 Charles River 
Long David, glass-maker, house 32 Vine 
Long Jeremiah, laborer, bds. 25 Cowper- 

thwaite 
Long John, grocer, 49 Gore, house do. 
Long John H., carpenter, h. r. 507 Main 
Long John J., plumber, 99 Cambridge, 

house 112 Gore 
Long Richard, bacon-curer, rear 414 Main, 

house rear 189 Hampshire 
Long William J., carpet upholsterer, 450 

Washington, B.), house 10 Sidney 
Longfellow Charles A., house 105 Brattle 
Longfellow Ernest W., artist,h. 108 Brattle 
Longfellow Henry W. Prof., h. 105 Brattle 
Longfield Joseph, grocer, 93 Spruce, h. do. 
Longshaw Margaret, widow of William, 

house 78 Otis 
Loomis A. L., action-maker, 162 Broad- 
way, house at Allston 
Loomis Carrol S., clerk (450 Washington, 

B.), house 1 Hotel Clark 
Loomis Eleazer B., driver U. R. Co., house 

Winthrop square 
Loomis Elverton W., boards Winthrop sq. 
Loomis Grove H., house 108 Thorndike 
Looney John F., bookbinder Riverside 

Press, boards 101 Pearl 
Looney Michael, laborer, house 101 Pearl 
Lorance Joseph Silva, laborer, house 127 
Gore [34 Bigelow 

Lord Augustus M., student H. U., rooms 
Lord Clara L., widow of Chas., h. 5 Avon 
Lord Clarence S., driver U. R. Co., boards 

Baldwin street station, do. 
Lord Edward, driver U. R. Co. 
Lord Henry C, clerk (13 F. H. square, 

B.), house 20 Florence 
Lord Millard F., clerk (450 Washington, 

B.), boards 214 Harvard 
Lord Theresa M., widow of Daniel, house 

34 Bigelow 
Lord T., com. mer., bds. 7 Ellsworth av. 
Lord Wm. T., student H. U., rooms 46 

Holyoke House 
Lord Wm. W., clerk, 521 Main, rooms do. 
Lorden Margaret, widow of Daniel, house 

39 Winter 
Lorigan Thomas, laborer John Reardon 

& Sons, house 275 Putnam avenue 
Loring Hannah R., widow of Augustus 

M., messagist, house 83 Auburn 
Loring Harriet E. Mrs., h. rear 15 Antrim 
Loring Joan, widow of John S., house 12 

Norfolk 
Loring Lawrence B., fly finisher, 624 

Main, boards at Reading 
Loteman Daniel, student H. U., rooms 28 
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Lothrop Arthur P., student H. XL, rms. 13 
Thayer Hall 

Lothrop Chas. B., boards 106 Auburn 

Lothrop Eliza E., widow of Uriah L., h. 
12 Winter 

Lothrop George B., locksmith (370 Atlan- 
tic av.. B.), house 37 Blackstone 

Lothrop Geo. B. jr., locksmith (118 Wash- 
ington, B.), boards 37 Blackstone 

Lothrop Horace M., clerk (42 Water, B.), 
house 95 Auburn 

Lotz Christopher, laborer, house 125 Gore 

Lotz Edward H., bookkeeper (442 Wash- 
ington, B.), boards 125 Gore 

Lougee Robert W., real estate, boards 
Raymond. 3d from Walden 

Loughran Mary Mrs., 70 Wright 

Loughran Michael W., laborer, boards 70 
Wright [rey av. 

Loughrey Ann, wid. of Wm., h. 1 Lough- 

Loughrey John, bookkeeper, 169 Gore, 
house 144 Charles 

Louie Christian, varnisher, 162 Broad- 
way, house 99 Sixth 

Lounsbury Edward IL, student H. TJ., 
rooms 38 College House 

Lovejoy Chas. F., bookkeeper (42 Oliver, 
B.), boards 56 Hamilton 

Lovejoy Chas. J., salesman (261 Washing- 
ton, B.), house 56 Hamilton 

Lovejoy Emma Z. Miss(E. Lovejoy & Co.), 
milliner, 615 Main, rooms 99 Austin 

Lovejoy E. & Co. (Miss Emma Z. Lovejoy 
and Mrs. Eva S. Delano), milliners, 
615 Main 

Lovejoy Samuel M. Mrs., h. 94 Magazine 

Lovejoy Virgil, confectionery peddler, h. 
14 Warren 

Loveland Horace N., treas. Dover Stamp- 
ing Co., 153 Putnam avenue and (90 
North, B.), house 305 Broadway 

Lovell Andrew J., grocer, Somerville av., 
cor. White and (62 and 64 Cambridge, 
B.), house 11 Forest 

Lovell Fred W., clerk, Somerville avenue, 
cor. White, boards 11 Forest 

Lovering Edward P., engineer, house 132 
Cambridge 

Lovering James W., supt. Mt. Auburn 
cemetery, house 228 Brattle 

Lovering Joseph, Hollis Prof, of Mathe- 
matics and Natural Philosophy, H. 
TL, house 38 Kirkland 

Lovering Reuben W., student H. TJ., rms. 
30 Mt. Auburn 

Lovett Catherine, w., h. 35 Cowperthwaite 

Lovett Catherine, w., h. Flagg, cor. Banks 

Lovett James F., baker Memorial Hall, 
house 35 Cowperthwaite 

Lovett John, laborer, house 8 Beaver 

Lovett John, laborer, house Flagg, cor- 
ner Banks 

Lovett Joseph L, printer University 
Press, house rear 13 Appian-way 

Lovett Michael, laborer, house 1 Cowper- 
thwaite [house 420 do. 

Lovewell Frank M., broommaker, 412 Main, 



Low Charles H. (C. H. Low & Co.), dry 
goods, 460 Harvard, rooms 134 Mt. 
Auburn 
Low C. H. & Co. (Charles H. Low), dry 

and fancy goods, 460 Harvard 
Low Frank W., clerk J. W. Low, Dud- 
ley, c. Reed,b. at Boston Highlands 
Low Frederick C., photographer, 110 Cam- 
bridge, house at Somerville 
Low George W., bookkeeper (38 Kilby, 

B.), house 65 Oxford 
Low Horace G., clerk, 460 Harvard, bds. 

2(5 Mellen 
Low Joseph N., clerk (B.), b. 65 Oxford 
Low Joseph W., leather mnfr., Dudley, 
cor. Reed, house at Boston Highlands 
Low Louis F., wood engraver, boards 65 
Oxford [boards 76 Prospect 

Lowe Edwin D., cream-tartar mnfr., 
Lowe Francis (F. & J. Lowe), 76 Prospect, 

house 74 do. 
Lowe F. & J. (Francis and John Lowe), 

builders, 76 Prospect 
Lowe George Wm., salesman (5 Union, 

B. ), house 60 Magazine 
Lowe John (F. & J. Lowe), 76 Prospect, 
house do. [Winsor 

Lowe John T., sausage maker, house 157 
Lowe Mary A. Mrs., house 47 Brattle 
Lowe R. Thomas, painter, 3 River, house 
13 Cherry [way 

Lowe Sylvester, candy maker, 282 Broad- 
Lowell Annie B., music teacher, boards 9 
Douglass [108 Washington 

Lowell Charles F., clerk, 455 Main, boards 
Lowell Ellen F. Miss, asst. librarian Cam- 
bridge Public Library, 639 Main, h. 9 
Douglass 
Lowell Frederick H., apothecary, 439 
Main, house do. [Thayer Hall 

Lowell George E., student H. U., rooms 36 
Lowell James Russell, minister to Eng- 
land, house Elmwood avenue 
Lowell Kate M. Miss, teacher Willard 

primary school, boards 9 Douglass 
Lowell Kenney C, carpenter, boards 87 

Concord avenue 
Lowell William O., blacksmith, 68 Bridge, 

house 96 Sixth 
Lowman Jesse, student H. U., rooms 19 
Matthews Hall [41 Weld Hall 

Lowman Oscar J., student H. U., rooms 
Lowney Dennis, glass maker, b. 47 Winter 
Lowney Jeremiah, laborer, b. 47 Winter 
Lowney Morris, laborer, house 47 Winter 
Lo wry George W., foreman glass cutting 

N. E. Glass Works, h. at Somerville 
Lowry Michael, in Cambridge Rolling 

Mill, h. Rolling Mill block, Portland 
Lucas Clinton W., law student (47 Court, 

B.), rooms 36 North avenue 
Luce Hamilton, machinist, 356 Main 
Luce Robert, student H. U., rooms 54 

Weld Hall 
Luce Samuel H., action maker, 162 Broad- 
way, boards 13 Norfolk 
Lucey Thomas, grocer, 199 Norfolk, h. do. 



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Luchier Henry, car inspector B. L. <fe C. 
R. R., boards 163 Bridge 

Lucy Anthony, stereotyper (22 Milk, B.), 
house 7 Lawrence 

Lucy Charles C, hairdresser, 265 Cam- 
bridge, boards do. 

Lucy Isabella, widow of Robert, house 7 
Lawrence [122 Auburn 

Lucy Thomas H., police, station 1, house 

Lucy Timothy, teamster, 168 Main, h. 32 
Harvard 

Luddy James G., brush maker (96 High, 
B.), house 38 Winter 

Luddy Owen, grocer, 89 Fifth, house do. 

Luddy Thomas, brush maker, h. 92 Gore 

Ludemann J. Conrad, baker, 367 Main, 
house Holly, corner Brooks 

Ludgate William B., porter (24 Franklin, 
B.), house 74 Winsor 

Ludwith Bernard H., varnisber, 162 Broad- 
way, house at Boston 

Lueck Christian, varnisher, 162 Broad- 
way, house 99 Sixth 

Lufkin Charles A., driver, 25 Chauncy, 
boards rear 81 Oxford 

Luites Joseph, stevedore, h. 4 Rogers blk. 

Luke Elijah H. (E. H. Luke & Son), hay 
and grain, 71 Main, h. 15 Maple av. 

Luke Eugene R. (E. H. Luke& Son), hay 
and grain, 71 Main, h. 15 Maple av. 

LUKE E. H. & SON (Elijah H. and 
Eugene R. Luke), hay and grain, 71 

and 73 Main 
Luke Jacob P., wood molder F. M. Holmes 

Furniture Co., boards 105 Inman 
Luke James, boards 87 Winsor 
Luke James jr., house 19 Inman 
Luke Lauretta, widow of Wm. H., house 

65 Clark 
Luke Otis H., paying teller Third Nation- 
al Bank (8 Congress, B), b. 19 Inman 
Luke Walter J., clerk (103 Pearl, B.), 

boards 15 Maple avenue 
Lull Frank H., music printer (451 Wash- 
ington, B.), boards 36 Austin 
Lull Frederic A., real estate agent and 

auctioneer, 563 Main, house 36 Austin 
Lull George F., teacher (Marcella Street 

Home, B.), house 36 Austin 
Lull Horace C, carriage wood worker, 178 

North avenue, house 164 do. 
Lum Margaret, widow of Isaac, house 165 

Broadway 
Luna Joseph, house 13 Pine 
Luna Maximillian, cabinet maker, house 

12 Eaton [h. 13 Pine 

Lunas Joseph P., hairdresser, 3 Prospect, 
Lund Gustave E., cabinet maker, house 19 

Vine 
Lund Jerahm ell C, carpenter (150 Char- 

lestown, B.), house Mt. Vernon 
Lund Louis, engineer (33 Somerville av., 

Somerville), house 262 Bridge 
Lund Simon T., bds. Jerahmell C. Lund's, 

Mt. Vernon [22 Harvard 

Lundbland Charles, helper, 17 Main, bds. 
Lundergan Jas., laborer,h. 137 Webster av. 



Lundergan John, glass presser, h. 42 Gore 
Lundergan Margaret, widow of James, 

house 27 Winter 
Lundin Carl A. R., telescope maker Alvan 

Clark & Sons, Henry, house 259 Put- 
nam avenue 
Lundstrom Andrew, blacksmith, 17 Main, 

house at Boston 
Lundyren S. P., cabinet maker, 124 Har- 
vard, house 57 Portland 
Lunitz Bernhard, engineer, 105 Magazine, 

house 237 Pearl 
Lunitz Gustave, bookbinder, house 24 

Walnut court 
Lunt Alphonso M., postal clerk B. & A. 

R. R., house 92 Otis 
Lunt Benjamin F. Mrs., h. 155 Brookline 
Lunt William Parsons, publisher and 

bookseller (2 Beacon, B.), house 18 

Appian-way 
Lusignen Paul, fresco painter, house 42 

Coggswell avenue 
Lusk Bridget M. Miss, house 11 Laurel 
Luth John, lager beer, 67 Sixth, h. do. 
Luther Henry R., machinist, 356 Main, 

boards 10 Village 
Luther Thomas H. (Joy, Luther & Co.), 

carpenter, River, junction Western 

avenue, house 10 Village 
Lutz Frederick, tutor in German H. U., 

rms. 19 Little's block, Harvard square 
Lycett James, laborer, h. 137 Webster av. 
Lycett John J., printer University Press, 

house 7 Charles River 
Lycett Samuel, coachman, 145 Brattle, 

boards do. 
Lyceum Exchange, Lyceum building, 

Harvard square 
Lydston William H., clerk, 471 Main, 

house rear 28 Franklin 
Lyford George E., jeweler (207 Wash., 

B.), house 9 Norris, 2d from North av. 
Lyman Arthur, student H. U., rooms 34 

Thayer Hall 
Lyman Bernard F., mat-maker, h. 26 Mead 
Lyman David, carpenter, house 7 Banks 
Lyman Theodore, asst. in Museum of 

Comparative Zoology, h. at Brookline 
Lyman William P., student H. U., boards 

101 Brattle 
Lyman William P. Mrs., house 101 Brattle 
Lynagh Richard, furniture, 441 Cam- 
bridge, house 451 do. 
Lynagh Richard, machinist, b. 21 School 
Lynam Matthew, mat-maker, house 19 

Harvard [ant 

Lynch Bridget, widow, house r. 117 Pleas- 
Lynch Bridget, widow of Michael, house 

5 Foster's block, 93 Main 
Lynch Cornelius, tailor, h. 452 Cambridge 
Lynch Daniel, laborer, bds. 34 Hampshire 
Lynch David, laborer, house 15 Railroad 
Lynch D., machinist, 368 Main 
Lynch Edward, currier, house 36 Ellery 
Lynch Ellen, widow of Thomas, house 

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Lynch Hannah, grocer, 64 Harvard, h. do. 



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Lynch James (James H. Lynch & Co.), 

plasterer, Lyceum Exchange, house 

39 Cowperthwaite 
Lynch James, boards 211 Cambridge 
Lynch James, at W. K. Lewis & Co.'s, 

boards rear 63 Gore 
Lynch James, in Rolling Mill, house Roll- 
ing Mill block, Bristol 
Lynch James H. (James H. Lynch & Co.), 

plasterer, Lyceum Exchange, boards 

.39 Cowperthwaite 
Lynch James H. & Co. (Jas. H. and Jas. 

Lynch), plasterers, order box, Lyceum 

Exchange 
Lynch Jeremiah, 169 Gore, h. 167 Otis 
Lynch Jeremiah, 169 Gore, boards 351 

Cambridge 
Lyneh Jeremiah, laborer, house 137 Elm 
Lynch John, laborer, house 64 Brighton 
Lynch John, laborer, 126 Portland, house 

Rolling Mill block, Bristol 
Lynch John, laborer, house 161 Otis 
Lynch John, net maker, house 41 Charles 
Lynch John, laborer, house 14 East 
Lynch John, teamster, 221 Bridge, rooms 

28 Seventh 
Lynch John F., pressman Riverside Press, 

house 133 Pearl 
Lynch John J., cabinet-maker, 624 Main, 

boards 95 Kinnaird 
Lynch John J., stone-cutter, h. 181 Dublin 
Lynch John L., hostler, b. Porter's Hotel 
Lynch Joseph A., laborer, boards 39 Cow- 
perthwaite 
Lynch Julia, widow of Henry, h. 5 Vine 
Lynch Julia, widow of Patrick, house 28 

Hastings [95 Kinnaird 

Lynch Margaret, widow of Daniel, house 
Lynch Margaret, widow of Patrick, house 

161 Otis 
Lynch Mary Mrs., house 211 Cambridge 
Lynch Mary B., widow of Michael, house 

66 Harvard [Dublin 

Lynch Matthew, laborer, h. Railroad, cor. 
Lynch Michael, boiler maker, 92 Main 
Lynch Michael, dry pressman Riverside 

Press, house 226 Franklin 
Lynch Michael F., laborer, h. 3 Berkshire 
Lynch Patrick, laborer, h. rear 63 Gore 
Lynch Patrick, laborer, h. 24 Hayes court 
Lynch Richard, bacon curer, r. 414 Main, 

house 24 Hayes court 
Lynch Stephen, baker, 502 Main, house 

44 Kinnaird 
Lynch Thomas, laborer C. W. W., house 

196 Green 
Lynch Thomas A., baker, bds. 66 Harvard 
Lynch Thomas H., printer Riverside 

Press, boards 5 Rockwell 
Lynch Wm., peddler, house 195 Norfolk 
Lynch Wm. B., wood-carver, 54 Bridge, 

house at Somerville 
Lynch William M., carpenter, boards 5 

Foster's block, 93 Main 
Lynch William P., tailor, bds. 16 Market 
Lynde Frank G., action maker, 162 Broad- 
way, boards 227 do. 



Lynes Edward G., collector Daily Globe 

(238 Washington, B.), h. 23 Orchard 
Lynes Edward M., artist, bds. 23 Orchard 
Lynes Frank, music teacher, b. 23 Orchard 
Lynes Raymond, letter carrier Xorth Cam- 
bridge P. O., house 1 Dover 
Lynn David, plasterer, house rear 382 

Cambridge 
Lynn Eliza, widow, h. 452 Cambridge 
Lyon George jr., student H. U., rooms 6 

Divinity Hall 
Lyon George H., billiards. Lyceum bldg., 

Harvard sq., house 147 Mt. Auburn 
Lyon Gustave J., tailor (43 North, B.), 

boards 95 Norfolk 
Lyon Hans W. C, printer Riverside Press, 

house 27 Blackstone 
Lyon James, action maker, 113 Broadway, 

boards 17 Antrim 
Lyon Mary D., wid. of Leonard, h. 36 Ash 
Lyon Peter B., house 17 Antrim 
Lyon Rufus, coachman, 170 Cambridge, 

boards do. 
Lyon William L., gate-keeper, front en- 
trance Mt. Auburn cemetery, house 

36 Ash 
Lyons Archibald D., clerk J. C. Davis, 

boards 42 School 
Lyons Daniel, laborer, house 194 Bridge 
Lyons Dennis, helper Niles Bros., boards 

Mrs. M. A. Sutherland's, Concord av. 
Lyons James H. G., teamster, boards 412 

Cambridge [42 School 

Lyons James M., building mover, house 
Lyons John, peddler, h. 26 Fairmont av. 
Lyons John, laborer, h. 12 Stevens court 
Lyons John R., clerk, b. 412 Cambridge 
Lyons Kate Miss, house 23 Donnell 
Lyons Mary, widow, house 150 Green 
Lyons Michael, laborer Riverside Oil 

Works, house 151 Otis 
Lyons Peter, farmer, boards Thomas Ly - 

ons', Concord avenue 
Lyons Peter, teamster, house 104 Sparks 
Lyons Thomas, farmer, house Concord 

avenue, near Ale wife brook 
Lyons Thomas W., carpenter, 126 Elm, 

house 412 Cambridge 
Lyons William, laborer, h. r. 115 Pleasant 

MABERY CHARLES F., asst. in Chem- 
istry H. U., house 13 Avon 

Macauley Alexander A., harness-maker, 
448 Main, house 24 Jay 

Macauley Frank, boards 24 Jay 

Macauley William, boards 24 Jay 

Macceaver Wm., laborer, h. 35 Somerset 

Macconnell Mary W., widow of Hugh, 
house 125 Pleasant 

Macdonald Edmund J., bookbinder (51 
Chardon, B.), boards 826 Main 

Macdonald Edgar H., clerk, 503 Main, 
boards 112 Pearl 

Macdonald Edward, clerk (450 Washing- 
ton, B.), house 112 Pearl 

Macdonald William, bookbinder (51 Char- 
don, B.), house 20 Xorth avenue 



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Macdonald William S., printer (117 Frank- 
lin, B.), house 4 Pioneer avenue 

Macdonald, see McDonald 

Mace Charlotte P., widow of Horace F., 
house 34 Warland 

Mace Eveline T. Mrs., house 17 Lopez 

Mace Horace F., chief clerk (53 State, B.), 
house 34 Warland [17 Lopez 

Mace Junius B., machinist, 368 Main, bds. 

MacGill Jas. D., printer, Riverside Press, 
house 45 Blackstone. 

Mac -'"regor C. C. Mrs., house 29 Jay- 
Mar xregor John W., designer, 124 Har- 
vard, house 113 Auburn 

MacGregor, see McGregor 

Machado Joseph A., student H. U., rooms 
16 Stoughton Hall 

Maciel Antoine V., hairdresser, 197 Cam- 
bridge, house do. 

Maciel John V., hairdresser, 390 Cam- 
bridge, house 197 do. 

Maciel Jos. V., hairdresser, 95 Cambridge, 
house 93 do. [16 Story 

Mack Alfred S., law-student H. U., rooms 

Mack James, driver U. R. Co. 

Mack H.. student H. U., b. 710 Cambridge 

Mack John, harness-cleaner U. R. Co., 
Dunster, boards 48 Foster 

Mack Julia, wid. of Dennis, h. 9 Holly av. 

Mack Mary, nurse, boards 54 Austin 

Mack Margaret, widow of Garrett, house 
9 Maynard place 

Mack Michael, laborer, house 48 Foster 

Mack T., machinist, 72 Main 

Mack Timothy, laborer, house rear 161£ 
Broadway 

Mackay Mary, widow of Andrew, house 
Harvey, near Montgomery 

Mackay T. Barnard, house 10 Follen 

Mackey James, waiter Memorial Hall 

Mackey John, carpenter, h. 80 Harvard 

Mackey John W., packer (55 Summer, B.), 
house 14 Suffolk 

Mackie David I., student H. U., rooms 40 
Thayer Hall 

Mackin James Mrs., house 142 Pleasant 

Mackin William, laborer, h. 97 Hampshire 

Mackline Benj., laborer, h. 80 Kirkland 

Macksey Frank, bookkeeper (145 Milk, B.), 
boards 79 Plymouth 

Macksey John J., salesman (33 Bowker, 
B.), boards 79 Plymouth 

Macksey Kate, widow of Joseph, house 79 
Plymouth 

Maclaren Alexander G., h. lOOTremont 

MacLeod William G., compressed yeast, 
Summer, near Inman, house do. 

Macmillion Ewel, printer, University 
Press, house at West Somerville 

Macvane S. Marcus, instructor in History 
H. U., house 46 Langdon 

Macy Arthur H., telegraph operator L. A. 
& M. Central R. R., North av., boards 
at West Somerville 

Madden Ann Mrs., house 13 Warren 

Madden Daniel J., clerk, 177 Cambridge, 
boards 242 do. 



Madden Dennis, millman F. M. Holmes 

Furniture Co., house at East Boston 
Madden John, varuisher, 203 Bridge, bds. 

4 Water 
Madden John J., clerk, at Skillings, Whit- 
ney & Barnes Lumber Co., boards 242 
Cambridge 
Madden Joseph A., jig-sawyer, 44 Cam- 
bridge, boards at Charlestown 
Madden Martin, peddler, h. 5 Seventh 
Madden Mattie, cooper, boards 25 Sidney 
Madden Thomas, curer Niles Bros. 
Madden Thomas, tinsmith, b. 5 Seventh 
Madden Thomas, varuisher, 203 Bridge, 

boards 4 Water 
Madden Wm., laborer, house 159 Winsor 
Maddocks Ephraim A., cooper, house 2 

Buck's block, Seventh 
Maddocks James K., machinist B. L. & C. 

R. R., house 20 Leigh ton court 
Madigan Richard, brick-layer, h. 128 Gore 
Madigan Thomas, hostler, house 77 Elm 
Maduro Francis S., waiter, house 63 Wash- 
ington 
Maffitt W., iron-molder, 368 Main 
Magahy Andrew B., upholsterer, 23 Brat- 
tle, house 15 Sparks street place 
Magee Edward, clerk (72 Washington, 

B.), house 30 Coggswell avenue 
Magee Hugh, laundryman Mass. General 
Hospital ( Blossom, cor. Allen, B.), 
house 98 Putnam avenue 
Magee John, painter, house 200 Norfolk 
Magee Martha W., widow of Henry F., 

house 12 Plympton 
Magee Peter, wood turner, 54 Bridge, 

house at Bostou 
Maginn Bridget, widow of Frank, house 

2 Holly avenue 
Magoun Aaron B., bds. 315 Broadway 
Magoun Joseph, machinist, h. 62 Otis 
Maguire Barney, molder, Third, c. Bent 
Maguire Bernard, laborer, h. r. 125 Gore 
Maguire Daniel, house 92 Spring 
Maguire Ellen, widow, h. 49 Washington 
Maguire Francis, oil (4 Central whf., B.), 

house 151 Austin 
Maguire John, horse-shoer, 18 Cambridge, 

house at Somerville 
Maguire Joseph F., hairdresser, 58 Cam- 
bridge, boards 27 Second 
Maguire P., iron-molder, 368 Main 
Maguire, see McGuire 
Mahady Daniel J., action-maker, 162 

Broadway, house 144 Pearl 
Mahady Eliza Miss, book-sewer Riverside 

Press, house 23 Mill 
Mahady John, organ-maker (1299 Wash- 
ington, B.), house 111 Magazine 
Mahady J. William, clerk, 82 Pleasant, 

boards 111 Magazine 
Mahaffy Francis J., printer, house 131 

Harvard 
Mahaffy John T., carpenter, h. 122 Green 
Mahan James, laborer, boards 190 Bridge 
Mahan John, brick-layer, b. 172 Norfolk 
Mahan Patrick, brick-layer, h. 172 Norfolk 



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Mahan Thomas, laborer, h. 22 Hunting 
Mahar Thomas, trader, house Auburn pi. 
Mahar, see Meaghar 
Mahegan James J., bookbinder (B.),house 

9 Buck's block, Seventh 
Mahlburg Amil, piano action maker, bds. 

54 Spring [Broadwav 

Mahler Ellen, wid. of Anthony, house 188 
Mahler Jos., teamster, boards 188 Broad- 
way 
Mahoney Cairn, butcher, h. rear 2 Ninth 
Mahoney Catherine, widow of Cornelius, 

house 179 Bridge 
Mahoney Cornelius, laborer, h. 42 First 
Mahoney Cornelius, carpenter B. L. & C. 

R. R. repair shop, house 186 Bridge 
Mahoney Cornelius, laborer, 169 Gore, 

house 119 do. 
Mahoney Cornelius, laborer, h. 15 Warren 
Mahoney Daniel, milkman, b. 114 Oxford 
Mahoney David, carriage painter, 232 

North avenue, house at Medford 
Mahoney David, teamster, 81 Bridge, house 

8 Cambridge 
Mahoney Dennis, hackman, 43 Cam- 
bridge, house 163 Spring 
Mahoney Dennis, hostler, house rear 233 

Franklin [Cambridge 

Mahoney Dennis, laborer, house rear 269 
Mahoney Dennis, laborer, h. 29 Porter 
Mahoney Dennis, blacksmith, 92 Main, 

house 1 Foster's block, 87 Main 
Mahoney Dennis, laborer, h.34 Hampshire 
Mahoney Dennis, carpenter, house rear 25 

Cowperthwaite [36 Reed 

Mahoney Dennis, hostler U. R. Co., bds. 
Mahoney Dennis, laborer, house 20 North 
Mahoney Ellen Miss, house 30 Bay 
Mahoney Fred. D., organ-finisher, 162 

Broadway, house 29 Ninth, c. Otis 
Mahoney James, laborer, 548 Main 
Mahoney James, mason, house 12 Warren 
Mahoney James, laborer, house 13 Water 
Mahoney James, machinist, 368 Main 
Mahoney James, laborer, h. 2 Spring pi. 
Mahoney Jeremiah, porter Riverside 

Press, boards at Somerville 
Mahoney Jeremiah, house 58 Winter 
Mahoney Jeremiah, teamster, b. 54 Ellery 
Mahoney Jeremiah J., laborer,h. r. 40 Gore 
Mahoney John, laborer W. T. Richardson 

& Co., house 24 Dunster 
Mahoney John, shoemaker, 222 North av- 
enue, house 217 do. 
Mahoney John F., student H. U., rooms 

48 College House [bridge 

Mahoney Margaret, widow, house 8 Cam- 
Mahoney Margaret, widow of Michael J., 

house 7 Lopez 
Mahoney Mary, widow, house 35 Banks 
Mahoney Mary, widow of John, house 

247 Franklin 
Mahoney Mary, widow, house 95 Spruce 
Mahoney Mary, widow of Jeremiah,house 

57 Charles 
Mahoney Mary A. Miss, variety store, 19 

Cowperthwaite, house do. 



Mahoney Patrick, hostler U. R. Co., Dun- 
ster, boards 2 Shepherd's block, 
Charles River [Winter 

Mahoney Patrick, upholsterer, boards 58 
Mahoney Patrick J., laborer, b. r. 2 Ninth 
Mahoney Thomas, clerk (B.), boards 19 

Cambridge 
Mahoney Thos., hackman, b. 21 McCabe 
Mahoney Timothy, case-maker, 162 Broad- 
way, house Sixth 
Mahoney Timothy, hackman, h. 141 Elm 
Mahoney Timothy, laborer, h. 12 Harrison 
Mahoney Timothy, laborer, h. 26 Hayes ct. 
Mahoney Timothy, laborer, h. r. 27 Vine 
Mahoney Timothy, laborer, h. 17 Murdock 
Mahoney T. D., varnisher, 162 Broadway, 

house 29 Ninth 
Mahoney Wm., laborer, h. 34 Cambridge 
Mahoney William, laborer, h. 56 Cedar 
Mahoney William D., gardener John L. 

Hayes, house 261 Mt. Auburn 
Mahony Daniel, laborer, bds. 37 Bolton 
Mahony Dennis, laborer, house 37 Bolton 
Mahood John, wheelwright, 232 North av- 
enue, house 41 Charles 
Maiers Helen, widow of John E., house 

Chestnut, near Waverly 
Maiers Orlando A., gas-fitter (30 Friend, 

B.), house Chestnut, near Waverly 
Maindland John Y. (19 Milk, B.), boards 

16 Trowbridge 
Mains James, ward tender Mass. General 
Hospital (Blossom, corner Allen, B.), 
house 18 Walnut court 
Mains John, grocer, 16 Vine, house do. 
Mains John F., cooper, boards 16 Vine 
Mains Mary, widow, boards 16 Vine 
Mains Patrick H., driver U. R. Co., boards 

16 Vine 
Maitland James, blacksmith, Sixth, corner 

Harvard, house near do. 
Maitland Michael, blacksmith, Sixth, cor. 

Harvard, house near do. 
Major James, laborer gas works, house 13 

Maynard place 

Mallar Victor, designer, h. 44 Sacramento 

Mallen John F., tailor, 501 Main, h. 494 do. 

Mallender Thomas, polisher, house 23 

Cambridge [Pleasant 

Malley Arthur, fireman, 172 Pearl, h. 121 

Malley Edward B., counselor, Lechmere 

Bank building, Cambridge, corner 

Second, boards 108 Cambridge 

Malley Patrick, grease collector, house 41 

Willow 
Malley, see Melley 

Mallon John, city laborer, h. 119 Pleasant 
Mailon Thos. J., confectioner, 243 Broad- 
way, boards 119 Pleasant 
Mallory Richard P., engraver (242 Wash- 
ington, B.), house 85 Hancock 
Mallows Martha, wid. of James, house 11 

Prospect 
Malloy Hannah, wid. of John, h. 10 Third 
Malloy John, gardener C. F. Choate, h. 

Concord av., next to railroad 
Malloy Mary, widow, house 2 Gore 



TOMBS, 



MONUMENTS & CURBINGS, Designed and Constructed. 

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Malloy Michael, hostler, 203 Bridge, house 

2 Gore 
Malone Charles W., potter, b. 112 Dublin 
Malone James, marble-worker A. McDon- 
ald, Mt. Auburn, boards 112 Dublin 
Malone Patrick, laborer, house 13 Warren 
Malone Peter, asst. engineer pumping 

house C. W. W., Lake View avenue, 

house 112 Dublin 
Malone Philip, tin ware mnfr., 191 Hamp- 
shire, house 192 Norfolk 
Maloney James, printer, bds. 33 Holyoke 
Maloney John, baker, 502 Main 
Maloney John, butcher Niles Bros. 
Maloney Michael, laborer, boards 382 

Cambridge [at Belmont 

Maloney Patrick, butcher Niles Bros., h. 
Maloney Patrick, carpenter, h. 36 DeWolf 
Maloney Wm., teamster, house 36 Reed 
Maloney William A., pressman University 

Press, house 19 Baldwin 
Maloon John W.," tinsmith, h. 14 Sands 
Manchester Wm. W., cabinet-maker, 54 

Bridge, boards at Boston 
Man dell Harry F., student H. U., rooms 

61 Thayer Hall 
Mandell Wm. A., ins. agt. (13 Exchange 

place, room 8, B.), h. 4 Walnut av. 
Mandell Wm. J., discount clerk Tremont 

National Bank (8 Congress, B.), h. 

4 Walnut avenue 
Mane John B., tailor, house 2 Jefferson 
Manes Emily, widow, house 200 Norfolk 
Mangan Patrick, teamster, 242 Main, h. 3 

Berkshire 
Manion Bridget Miss, h. 19 Cowperthwaite 
Manion Bridget, widow of John, house 

Dailey's alley 
Manka Albert, coffin-maker, 203 Bridge, 

house at Somerville 
Manley Daniel, flagman Harvard street 

crossing G. J. R. R., h. 60 Harvard 
Mann Charles C, clerk (686 Washington, 

B.), boards 143 North avenue 
Mann Ernest A., telegraph repairer (37 

Pearl, B.), house Hotel Holly 
Mann Henry M., truss mnfr. (99 Court, 

B.), house 118 Winsor 
Mann James F. (Grant & Mann), cabinet- 
maker, 384 Main, house at Ipswich 
Mann Joseph D., printer University Press, 

boards 33 Holyoke 
Mann N. Harris, conductor U. R. Co., b. 

I. N. Higgins', Holworthy place 
Mann Nehemiah P. jr., coal (7 Doane, B.), 

house 168 Brookline 
Mann Samuel S., house 120 Cambridge 
Mann William J., safe-painter, 17 Main, 

boards at Boston 
Manning Abbie A. Miss, h. 59 Mt. Auburn 
Manning Charles B., pressman Riverside 

Press, boards 13 Rockwell 
Manning Charles W., clerk (385 Washing- 
ton, B.), boards 51 Elm [166 Main 
Manning Dennis, shoemaker (B.), house 
Manning Edmund, boots and shoes, 505 

Main, house 162 Putnam avenue 



Manning Ellen, widow of Patrick, h. Gar- 
den court, 2d from Dublin 
Manning Henry M. S., boxmaker, 1 Hamp- 
shire, house 49 Elm 
Manning James, gardener John Read, h. 

Elm wood avenue, corner Brattle 
Manning Jeremiah, laborer Riverside Oil 

Works, boards 151 Otis 
Manning John, driver U. R. Co., rooms 46 

Mt. Auburn 
Manning John, fruit peddler, h. 22 Union 
Manning John jr., organ-packer, 162 

Broadway, boards 22 Union 
Manning John J., packer, 162 Broadway, 

boards 22 Union 
Manning John J., teamster, h. 10 Winter 
Manning Matthew, plasterer, house 10 

Murdock 
Manning Mehitable,wid. of John,h. 51 Elm 
Manning Michael, laborer, house 403 Cam- 
bridge 
Manning Nelson H., foreman coffin room, 

203 Bridge, house at Winchester 
Manning Patrick, driver U. R. Co., boards 

Cambridge, corner Baldwin 
Manning Peter, stone-cutter, 53 Main, h. 

at Boston 
Manning William, laborer, house 2 Gore 
Manning William Austin, machinist, h. 2 

Garden court 
Manning William H., driver U. R. Co., b. 

67 Mt. Auburn 
Manning William H., printer Riverside 

Press, house 21 Hewes 
Manning William H., student H. U., rms. 

42 Quincy [Arlington 

Manning W. H., conductor U. R. Co., h. at 
Manning William W., house 42 Quincy 
Mannix James C, butcher Niles Bros., h. 

205 Appleton 
Mannix John, shoemaker,h. 122 A,Sprfng 
Mannix Michael, grocer, 132 Brookline, 

house 130 do. 
Mannix Timothy r butcher Niles Bros., h. 

5 Madison 
Mansfield Daniel, principal Washington 

grammar school, house 65 Hancock 
Mansfield Garrett, boiler-maker, 92 Main, 

house 41 Clark 
Mansfield James, boiler-maker, 92 Main, 

house 8 Broadway 
Mansfield Thomas, farmer Almshouse, h. 

Tannery, 4th on right [shire 

Mansfield Tobias, laborer, h. 189 Hamp- 
Mansfield Wm., house 39 Putnam avenue 
Mansise Wm., house 9 Baldwin court 
Manson Mary S., widow of John, house 

467 Main 
Manson Nathaniel G., house 303 Harvard 
Manson Nathaniel G. jr., iron (77 Oliver, 

B.), boards 303 Harvard 
Manson Rufus H., clerk (22 Fulton, B.) 

house 303 Harvard 
Manson Walter P., hairdresser, 427 Main, 

boards 467 do. 
Man ton John S., key maker, 139 Broad- 
way, house 63 Claris 



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Manuel William H., cook, house 96 Web- 
ster avenue [at Boston 
Marble Philip, designer, 162 Broadway, h. 
Marble William, sails, awnings, flags and 

decorations (357 Commercial, B.), h. 

18 Forest 
March Clement, leather (39 South, B.), 

house 306 Harvard [ford 

March Daniel, student H. II, rms. 19 Ox- 
March Herbert B., salesman (163 Pearl, 

B.), house 323 Broadway 
March John S., note broker (7 Exchange 

place, B.), house 314 Harvard 
March Waldo, hides and leather (33 South, 

B.), house 314 Harvard 
March, see Marsh 
Marchand Frank D., tin worker B. S. Co., 

Third, house 83 Washington 
Marchant J. Charles, machinist, 72 Main, 

nouse 95 River [bds. 42 Garden 

Marcou John B., medical student (N. Y.), 
Marcou Jules, house 42 Garden 
Marcou Philippe B., boards 42 Garden 
Marcy Henry E., clerk (57 South, B.), bds. 

209 Pearl 
Marcy Henry O., physician, 690 Main and 

(116 Boylston, B.), house do. 
Marcy Margaret J., widow of John H., 

house 209 Pearl 
Marden Aldis H., foreman car shop (Char- 

lestown), house 15 Mead 
Marden Asa L., carpenter, h. 108 Pearl 
Marden Ellis W., clerk (244 Washington, 

B.), boards 108 Pearl 
Marden Frank A., cracker dealer, 28 Pros- 
pect, boards 28 Prospect 
Marean Geo. G. Mrs., house 66 Dana 
Marean, see Man-in 

Marie Sarah B. Mrs., house 5 Columbia 
Marie Wallace W., janitor (B.). house 105 

River [Trowbridge 

Mariett Ernest H., student H. U., rms. 46 
Marion Joseph, broom maker, 412 Main, 

boards 6'6 Elm 
Mark Edward L., instructor in Zoological 

Laboratory H. XL, house 48 Shepard 
Markey Chas. A., messenger B.L. & C. R. 

R. shop, house 75 Third 
Markey Hugh V., varuisher, house 34 

Cambridge [Fourth 

Marks Ellen, widow of Augustine, h. 10 
Marks James, engineer, boards 10 Fourth 
Marks Michael F., roofer, house 26 Third 
Maroney Joanna, widow, h. 17 Seventh 
Maroney Julia, house 9 McCabe 
Marquand Joseph, student H. U., rooms 

38 Gray's Hall [n. Garden 

Marquis David, brickmaker, h. Walden, 
Marquis Peter, brickmaker, h. 100 Dublin 
Marr Frank, cutter Am. Rubber Co., house 

4 Dickinson [13 State 

Marr Geo. S., carpenter, 113 Broadway, h. 
Marr J. Trafton, salesman (49 Avon, B.), 

house 87 Green [ct. 

Marrah Alice, widow of Thos., h. 7 Hayes 
Marrah John, printer University Press, 

boards 7 Hayes court 



Marrett Augustus P., clerk (Congress, 
B.), boards D. Appleton Marrett's, 
Avon hill [Weld Hall 

Marrett Chas. G., student H. U., rooms 23 

Marrett D. Appleton, house Avon hill, 
near Linnsean 

Marrett Lorenzo, lawyer, Lechmere Bank 
building, 66 Cambridge, house High- 
land av., near Broadway 

Marrin Henry T., bookbinder, house 257 
Franklin [463 do. 

Marsden Charles, carpenter, 368 Main, b. 

MARSDEN JA3IES, grocer and 
dealer in coal and wood, 395 Main, h. 
do. 
Marsden Thomas, house 73 Pleasant 
Marsh Arthur A., student H. U., rooms 

19 Oxford 
Marsh Benj. F., clerk Potter & Wrighting- 

ton (E. B.), house rear 122 Otis 
Marsh Chas. A., printer (117 Franklin, 

B.), house 5 Jay 

Marsh Charles S., clerk, 97 Cambridge, 

house 142 Spring [19 Oxford 

Marsh Edward D., student H. U., rooms 

Marsh Geo. W., glass blower, house 93 

Thorndike 
Marsh Henry W., student H. U., rooms 6 

Matthews Hall 
Marsh John, laborer, house 2 Davis 
Marsh Meltiak M., shoe-cutter, house 229 
Harvard [86 Spring 

Marsh Sarah A., widow of George, house 
Marsh W. J. S., action maker, 162 Broad- 
way, house at Wilmington 
Marsh Walter R., oiled clothes maker H. 

M. Sawyer, house 434 Cambridge 
Marshall Frank H. (O. S. Brown & Co.), 
flour, etc., Ill Bridge,house 73 Fourth 
Marshall Fred J., house 100 Columbia 
Marshall Freeman W., hostler, house rear 

29 Winthrop 
Marshall Geo., laborer, house 15 McCabe 
Marshall George W., shoemaker, boards 

217 North avenue 
Marshall Herbert A., boards 100 Columbia 
Marshall John, laborer, house 50 Holyoke 
Marshall Mary, widow, house 16 Antrim 
Marshall Mary A., widow of Truman, 

nurse, house 83 Clark 
Marshall Mary E., widow of Wm., house 

130 Putnam avenue 
Marshall Robert C, agent Wheeler <fc 
Wilson Sewing Machine Co., 441 Main, 
boards 276 Broadway 
Marshall Simeon F., dentist, 593£ Main, 
house do. [Cambridge 

Marshall Thomas J., hostler, house 377 
Marshall William P., billiards (114 Sud- 
bury, B.) , house 70 Prospect 
Marshea James W., watchmaker, 458 Har- 
vard, b. Botanic Garden, Raymond 
Marshea John D., brass finisher (14 Bev- 
erly, B.), house 71 Pearl 
Marskeni John, laborer, h. rear 12 Winter 
Marsters John M., clergyman, house 1 
Orchard 



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Marsterson Christopher, hostler A. H. 

Hews & Co., Crescent avenue, h. do. 
Marston David G., cabinet maker F. M. 

Holmes Furniture Co.,h. at Somerville 
Marston Edward C, student H. U., rooms 

5 Stoughton Hall 
Marston Frank E., traveling salesman (35 

Oliver, B.), boards 21 Western av. 
Marston George A., police, station 5, 

house 16 Spruce 
Martell Edward, laborer, bds. 171 Dublin 
Martell Frank E. (F. E. Martell & Co.). 

essences, 539 Main, boards 40 Austin 
Martell F. E. & Co. (Frank E. Martell and 

Charles C. Breck), extracts, etc., 539 

Main, and (115 Water, B. ) 
Martell Patrick, laborer, h. 171 Dublin 
Martell Patrick jr., teamster, b. 171 Dublin 
Martin Adam W., student, 563 Main, 

boards 15J Austin 
Martin Albert, clerk (451 Washington, B.), 

house 2 River [52 Union 

Martin Charles D., packer, 33 Elm, boards 
Martin David, furrier, 586 Main, house do. 
Martin George H., cracker packer, 33 Elm, 

boards 52 Union [ingtou 

Martin Geo. W., hairdresser, h. 45 Wash- 
Martin Henry N., peddler, h. 82 Pearl 
Martin Horatio, cooper, house Squire's 

brick block, Gore 
Martin James, shoemaker, 34 Brighton, 

h. 1 Butler's block, Charles River 
Martin James, sail-maker (114 Commer- 
cial, B. ), house 16 Hamilton 
Martin James, tailor, 438 Harvard 
Martin James A., sail-maker (114 Com- 
mercial, B.), h. Oxford, c. Sacramento 
Martin John, boot and shoe maker, 544 

Main, house do. 
Martin John, laborer, boards 18 Hunting 
Martin John, laborer, house 14 Watson 
Martin Joseph P., clerk, 5 Harvard row, 

boards 17 Dublin 
Martin Martha A. Miss, teacher Thorndike 

grammar school, boards 65 Otis 
Martin Mary Mrs., house 18 Hunting 
Martin Mary, widow of Luke, h. 17 Dublin 
Martin Mary Mrs., house rear 39 Cow- 

perthwaite 
Martin Mary A., widow, h. rear 41 Clark 
Martin Michael, laborer, house 22 Grant 
Martin Michael, house 1 Gray's place 
Martin Owen, shoemaker, Harvard square, 

rear Lyceum bldg., h. 454 Broadway 
Martin Patrick, netmaker, house 28 Vine 
Martin Peter, tailor, 438 Harvard, boards 

22 Grant 
Martin Rhoda, widow of Enoch, h. 2 River 
Martin Robert, laborer, h. 25 Webster av. 
Martin Stephen, molder H. M. Bird, Pel- 
ham, house 79 Tremont 
Martin Thomas, laborer, h. 66 Washington 
Martin Thomas, furniture, 379 Main, house 

52 Union 
Martin Thomas, machinist, b. 50 Cherry 
Martin Thomas F., clerk, 5 Harvard row, 

boards 17 Dublin 



Martin Thomas K., jig sawyer, 54 Bridge, 
house 46 Union 

Martin Walter, boiler maker, 356 Main, 
boards 52 Union 

Martin Walter C, salesman (114 Commer- 
cial, B .), boards 16 Hamilton 

Martin William, currier, house 71 Charles 

MARTIN WM. A., hardware (6 Dock 
square, B.), house 2 River 
Martin Wm. H., house 54 Columbia 
Martin Wm. H., lawyer, 563 Main, house 

15| Austin 
Marvin Chas. S., foreman, h. 43 Fairmont 
Marvin Eliza H. Mrs., variety store, 121 

Western avenue, house do. 
Marvin Frank A., clerk (45 Oliver, B.), 

boards 102 Austin [Fairmont 

Marvin Mary, widow of Charles S., h. 43 
Marvin Richard T., carpenter, house 43 

Fairmont 
Marvin Wm. J., builder, house 102 Austin 
Mason Albert, at 139 Broadway, house 38 

Market [Mt. Auburn 

Mason Anna Mrs., b. Alex. McDonald'.s, 
Mason Arnold J., piano action maker, 

boards 38 Market 
Mason Charles A. (W. A. Mason & Son), 

civil engineer,603 Main, h. 87 Raymond 
Mason Charles F., student H. U. , rooms 

30 Hollis 
Mason Eber L., clerk (95Summer, B.), bds. 

22 Bigelow 
Mason Eleanor A., widow of John F., 

nurse, house 22 South 
Mason Ella F. Mrs., copyist, Otis, corner 

Second, boards 85 Thorndike 
Mason Ellsworth A., piano-action maker, 

boards 38 Market • 
Mason Francis A., laborer, h. 105 Portland 
Mason Francis M., truant officer, ward 

5, house 5 Dover 
Mason Frank A., student H. U., rooms 60 

Matthews Hall 
Mason Frank M., rooms 3 Hancock place 
Mason Frank S., pattern-maker (Sudbury, 

B.), boards 119 Washington 
Mason Geo. D., clerk, 610 Main, house 86 

Franklin 
Mason George F., wood-turner, 113 Broad- 
way, house rear 508 Main 
Mason Harry E., clerk (262 State, B.), bds. 

22 Bigelow 
Mason Henry, treas. Mason & Hamlin Or- 
gan Co., 162 Broadway, salesroom 

(154 Tremont, B.), house at Brookline 
Mason James M., watchman, 105 Maga- 
zine, house 10 Prince 
Mason James S., conductor U. R. Co., 

boards 6 Harvard square 
Mason John W., student H. U., rooms 30 

Hollis Hall 
Mason Jos. H., brass-finisher, h. 13 Pine 
Mason Lowell, president Mason & Hamlin 

Organ Co., 162 Broadway and (154 

Tremont, B.), house at New Jersey 
Mason Mary C. Miss, house 298 Harvard 
Mason Napoleon B.,carpenter,h.38 Market 



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Mason Richard, bootmaker, h. 22 Decatur 
Mason Samuel B., signal man B. & A. R. 

R. (Cottage Farm station), house 89 

Brookline 
Mason Sarah E., wid., h. 119 Washington 
Mason Wm. A. (W. A. Mason & Son), 

civil engineer, 603 Main, house 87 

Raymond , 

Mason Wm. A. jr., boards 87 Raymond 

MASON W. A. & SON (Wm. A. 
and Charles A. Mason), civil engi- 
neers, Hyde block, 603 Main 
Mason Wm. F., clerk, 627 Main, rooms 3 
Hancock place 

Mason & Hamlin Organ Co., cabinet or- 
gan mnfrs., 162 Broadway, salesroom 
(154 Tremont,B.), Lowell Mason, pres- 
ident, Henry Mason, treasurer 

Massey Robert, gardener, 76 Brattle, bds, 
59 do. 

Massey Samuel, driver, 904 Main, house 
25 Grant 

Massey Thomas, coachman, h. 59 Brattle 

Massure George A., tea dealer (87 Broad, 
B.)', house 47 Elm 

Matchett Clara E. Miss, teacher Webster 
grammar school, rooms Miss Margaret 
Wheeler's, Winthrop square 

Matchett Louisa G. Miss, teacher Holmes 
primary school, rooms MiSs Margaret 
Wheeler's, Winthrop square 

Mathee Lambert, cabinet-maker, house 65 
Vine 

Matheson Hugh, carpenter, h. 11 Eighth 

Matheson James W., carpenter Niles 
Bros., house 16 Coggswell avenue 

Matheson Peter, butcher, 218 Green, bds. 
Banks, coiner Flagg 

Mathews Albert L., at 162 Broadway, bds. 
64 Hampshire [31 Carson 

Mathews Alphonze, laborer, 54 Bridge, h. 

Mathews Emery A., organ action-maker, 
624 Main, boards 13 Norfolk 

Mathews Eugene H, printer University 
Press, house 104 Inman 

Mathews George J., clerk, 6 F. H. square, 
B.), boards 18 Norfolk 

Mathews James C, clerk, bds. 33 River 

Mathews James C, clerk, bds. 13 Norfolk 

Mathews John H., organ action-maker, 
624 Main, boards 42 Fairmont 

Mathews John W., painter, h. 13 Norfolk 

Mathews Riley W., driver U. R. Co., h. 
24 Holyoke 

Mathews Wm. P., shoemaker, 249£ Broad- 
way, house 13 Norfolk 

Mathis Joseph, laborer, house Harris, 1st 
on left from Oxford fdo. 

Mattes Carl, restaurant, 8 Brighton, h. 12 

Matthes Henry W., watchmaker, b.42 Pine 

Matthews Abraham, teamster, 180 Main, 
house at Boston 

Matthews John, boiler-maker, 92 Main, 
house at Boston 

Matthews John, boiler-maker, 356 Main 

Matthews Richard, house 28 Lee 

Matthews William, boards 9 Norfolk 



Matthews Wm. H., blacksmith, house 
rear 6 Lopez [Park 

Matthews Wm. H., driver, 162 River, bds. 
Matthews, see Mathews [st. place 

Mattos F. de Manuel, polisher, h. Fourth 
Mauch Gnttlab, cabinet-maker, house 2 

Mullin's court 
Maude John E., student H. XL, rooms 21 

Divinity Hall [Sargent 

Maurer Heronemus, clock repairer, h. 45 
Mauser Robert, foreman F. G. F. Co., h. 

100 Spring 
Maverick Manton, student H. U., rooms 

21 College House [Belmont 

Maxwell Albion P., mason, h. dishing, n. 
Maxwell J. Haynes, printer, boards A. P. 

Maxwell's, Cushing [Seventh 

Maxwell May J., widow, dressmaker, h. 39 
Maxwell Sarah Mrs., house 168 Cambridge 
May David, wood-turner, h. 140 Hampshire 
May DeCourcy, mechanical engineer, 604 

Main, boards 104 Mt. Auburn 
May Edward M., boards 62 Buckingham 
May George R., chewing-gum mnfr., 118 

Magazine, house do. [Spring 

May James, baker, 215 Cambridge, h. 94 
May John E., commission merchant (67 

Commercial whf., B.), h. 7 Highland 
Mayberry Elijah N., salesman (172 State, 

B.), house 14 Shepard 
Mayberry George L., student H. U., rms. 

57 College House 
Mayers Aaron B., carpenter, h. 265 Sidney 
Mayers John L., carpenter, h. 261 Sidney 
Mayhew Franklin, mariner, h. 122 Elm 
Maynard Abel, house 18 Winsor 
Maynard Charles E., locksmith (12 Brat- 
tle, B.), boards 18 Eliot 
Maynard Eben W., house 109 Auburn 
Maynard Franklin, rubber cement (40£ 

Faneuil Hall sq., B.), house 18 Eliot 
Maynard George C, salesman (155 Sum- 
mer, B.), house 7 Meacham 
Maynard Henry O., foreman electro, and 

stero. University Press, h. 26 Mellen 
Maynard John W.. hats, caps.and picture 

frames, 571 Main, boards 109 Auburn 
Maynard Martha, widow of Gideon, house 

7 Meacham [man pi. 

Maynard Thos. F., tile-setter, h. 7 Chap- 
Maynes Geo. W., sausage-maker, house 

426 Cambridge 
Mayo George F., organ-maker, 624 Main, 

house 32 Howard 
Mayo Henry B., bookbinder, b. 32 Howard 
Mayo Zoeth S., locksmith (26£ Exchange,. 

B.), house 32 Howard 
McAdoo William, laborer, house 1 Garden. 

court, 2d from Dublin, on right 
McAleer Barney, teamster (14 Blackstone, 

B.), boards 64 Vine 
McAleer John J., brush-maker, h. 64 Yine 
McAleer Patrick, laborer, h. 25 Seventh 
Mc Allen Charles, laborer, h. 126 Brook- 
line 
Mc Allen Dennis, laborer, h. 2 Lechmere pL 
Mc Allen Edward, laborer, b. 126 Brookline 



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McAllister Wm., shoemaker, 144 Bridge, 

house do. 
McAloney John W., carpenter, 18 Soden, 

house 32 Kinnaird 
McAnaul Thomas, shoemaker, 30 Central 

square, house rear 19 Park 
McArdell Robert, cigar-maker,h. 4 Village 
McArdle Constantino, laborer, house 17 

Donnell 
McArdle Mary E., widow, b. 21 Bowdoin 
McArdle Owen, laborer, house Cushing, 

opposite Cushing court 
McArdle Robert, cigar-maker, 35 Pearl, 

house 21 Front 
McArthur Arthur F., student H. U., rms. 

18 Weld Hall 
Mc Arthur Cornelius, foreman Mt. Auburn 

cemetery, house Huron 
McArthur Daniel H., carpenter, boards 

Wm. McArthur's, Woodlawn 
McArthur John A., painter, h. 2 Columbia 
McArthur John R., student H. U., rooms 

18 Weld Hall 
McArthur Nelson, laborer Mt. Auburn 
cemetery, b. Wm. McArthur's, Wood- 
lawn 
McArthur Wm., carpenter, house Wood- 
lawn, near Cushing 
McAskill Peter, coachman, h. 173 Main 
McAuley David, safe-maker, boards 167 

Broadway 
McAuliffe Daniel, register-maker, 153 Put- 
nam avenue, h. rear 115 Pleasant 
McAvoy John, laborer Geo. M. Rogers, 

Lake View avenue, boards do. 
McAvoy Julia, widow, h. 71 Concord av. 
McxVvoy Patrick, house 57 Moore 
McAvoy Patrick jr., engineer (109 State, 

B. ), house 57 Moore 
McAvoy Thomas, city laborer,h. 57 Amory 
McAvoy Timothy, engineer, 150 Broad- 
way, and boarding-house. 1 Hampshire 
McAvoy William J., carver, 54 Bridge, h. 

%t Somerville 
McBarron Ann, wid. of Thos., h. 25 Third 
McBeth Bernard, laborer, b. 34 Charles 
McBeth James, laborer, bds. 34 Charles 
McBeth John, laborer, boards 34 Charles 
McBeth William, laborer, house 34 Charles 
McBride Charles William, laborer, b. W. 

Libbey's, Concord avenue 
McBride Daniel, boards rear 13 Vine 
McBride Henry, peddler, bds. r. 13 Vine 
McBride James, laborer, house Concord 

avenue, 3d from F. R. R. 
McBride John, house rear 13 Vine 
McBride John J., gardener boards James 

McBride's, Concord avenue 
McBride Margaret Miss, teacher Kinder- 
garten school, 76 Moore, boards do. 
McBride Richard A., tinsmith, house 53 

Charles 
McBrine Mary, widow, boards 5 Lincoln 
McCabe Annie J. Miss, station agent F. R. 
R. Fresh Pond station, bds. Mrs. Mary 
McCabe's, New 
McCabe Bernard, upholsterer,b. 23 Willow 



McCabe Edward J., laborer Mt. Auburn 
cemetery, b. Mrs. Mary McCabe's,New 
McCabe Felix, laborer, hquse 22 McCabe 
McCabe James, peddler, house 23 Willow 
McCabe James, laborer, boards Mrs. Mary 
McCabe's, New [thwaite 

McCabe James, laborer, bds. 6 Cowper- 
McCabe James T., confectioner, house r. 

36 Washington 
McCabe John, laborer, house 52 North 
McCabe John H., baker, bds. 180Winsor 
McCabe Mary, widow of Michael, house 

New, near F. R. R. 
McCabe Nancy Miss, house 63 Bolton 
McCabe Patiick, barrels, 176 Winsor, h. 

180 do. 
McCabe Patrick, laborer, house 63 Bolton 
McCabe Samuel, laborer, house 54 North 
McCabe Terrence, laborer, h. 6 Blair pi. 
McCafferty John, laborer, h. 105 Third 
McCaffrey Bridget, widow, h. 70 Harvard 
McCaffrey Catherine, widow of Murphy, 

house 123 Fourth 
McCaffrey Edward, boards 83 Charles 
McCaffrey James, carpenter, h. 5 Hunting 
McCaffrey Jamf s A., teamster, boards 83 
Charles [Charles 

McCaffrey Philip H., teamster, house 83 
McCagg Louis B., student H. U., rooms 

16 Holyoke House 
McCallar Dauiel C, salesman (107 Wash- 
ington, B.), boards 289 North avenue 
McCallar George M., bookkeeper (51 Han- 
over, B), boards 289 North avenue 
McCallar John F., millinery (490 Wash- 
ington, B. ), boards 289 North avenue 
McCallar Louisa F., widow, house 289 

' North avenue 
McCalvy James Mrs., h. 103 Western av. 
McCamis James W., driver U. R. Co., bds. 

69 Mount Auburn 
McCann Bridget Miss, house 118 Gore 
McCann Charles J., action maker, 162 

Broadway, boards 2 Lawrence 
McCann Eliza, widow of James, house 2 
Lawrence [ington 

McCann James, iron molder, h. 37 Wash- 
McCann John H., brush maker, house 140 
Hampshire [2 Lawrence 

McCann Wm. J., tailor, 623 Main, boards 
McCann el Alexander, blacksmith, 246 

Main, house 9 Winsor 
McCarron Edward J., polisher, house 62 

Charles ' 
McCart James, laborer, house 23 Willow 
McCart Terrence, shoemaker, h. 5 Vine 
McCart Wm., teamster, b. 8 Stevens court 
McCarthy Alexander, laborer H. M. Bird, 

Pelham, house 149 Main 

McCarthy Carbery T., bookbinder (B.), b. 

6 Watson [Cowperthwaite 

McCarthy Catherine, widow, house 14 

McCarthy Catherine, widow of Timothy, 

house 131 Webster avenue 
McCarthy Catherine Miss, hairworker (3 

Avon, B.), boards 8 Green 
McCarthy Charles, laborer, h. 13 Second 



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McCarthy Charles, cooper, house 140 

Hampshire 
McCarthy Charles, laborer, h. 149 Bridge 
McCarthy Charles, laborer, house 5 Cedar 

square 
McCarthy Charles E., hairdresser, 58 Cam- 
bridge, house rear 58 do. 
McCarthy Charles S., hostler, 249 Cam- 
bridge 
McCarthy Cornelius, cutter, h. 30 BaDks 
McCarthy Daniel, blacksmith, house 31 

Webster avenue 
McCarthy Daniel, laborer, h. 208 Bridge 
McCarthy Daniel, laborer, h. r. 55 Amory 
McCarthy Daniel, laborer, boards 29 Cam- 
bridge 
McCarthy Daniel, laborer, b. 14 Watson 
McCarthy Daniel, laborer, h. 112 Kinnaird 
McCarthy Daniel, teamster, h. 73 Third 
McCarthy Daniel jr., laborer, b.208 Bridge 
McCarthy Dennis, laborer, house 12 Short 
McCarthy Dennis, laborer, house 32 North 
McCarthy Dennis D., constable, house 3 
Seventh [rear 77 Elm 

McCarthy Ellen, widow of Dennis, house 
McCarthy Ellen, widow of John, house 3 

Cedar square 
McCarthy Ellen, widow, house 14 East 
McCarthy Ellen, widow, house 14 Cowper- 

thwaite 
McCarthy Eugene A., student (761 Harri- 
son avenue, B.), boards 6 Watson 
McCarthy Eugene C.,gardener,h. 6 Watson 
McCarthy Eugene E., peddler, boards 41 

Vine 
McCarthy Florence, pressman (400 Wash- 
ington. B.), house 12 Putnam court 
McCarthy Francis J., iron-m older, 368 

Main, boards 8 Green 
McCarthy James, tailor, house 112 Gore 
McCarthy James, watchman B. L. & C. R. 

R., house rear 10 Third 
McCarthy James H., carpenter, house 85 

Wendell 
McCarthy James J., cooper, 169 Gore, 

house 115 Auburn 
McCarthy Jeremiah, tailor, 195 North 

avenue, house 41 Spruce 
McCarthy Jeremiah, teamster,Pacific, cor. 

Atlantic, house 26 Portland 
McCarthy John, candy maker, boards 53 

Wins or 
McCarthy John, carpenter, h. 41 Vine 
McCarthy John, spring-bed maker, 386 

Main, house 14 Watson 
McCarthy John, tailor, 218 Cambridge, 

house 1 Eighth 
McCarthy John, iron-molder, 368 Main, 

house 22 Portland 
McCarthy John, laborer, 624 Main, house 

rear 189 Hampshire 
McCarthy John, plumber, h. 15| Brown 
McCarthy John, currier (59 Beverly, B.), 

house 15 Flagg 
McCarthy John, currier, boards Tannery, 

third on right 
McCarthy John, laborer, bds. 14 Watson 



McCarthy John A., machinist (Causeway 

B.), house 6 Watson 
McCarthy John F., upholsterer, boards 66 

Broadway [Green 

McCarthy John F., collector, boards 8 
McCarthy John H., plumber B. L. & C. R. 

R.. house 83 Bridge 
McCarthy John R., plumber, 10 Brattle, 

house 16 Brown 
McCarthy Julia T. Miss, dressmaker, 8 

Green, house do. 
McCarthy Kate Miss, nurse, h. Bailey pi. 
McCarthy Kate Mrs., house 188 Norfolk- 
McCarthy Lewis A., pattern-maker,boards 

8 Green 
McCarthy Louisa A. Miss, hair-worker, 8 

Green, house do. 
McCarthy Margaret Miss, house 22 North 
McCarthy Margaret Mrs., house 3 East 
McCarthy Mary, widow of Charles, house 

7 Foster's block, rear 93 Main 
McCarthy Mary, widow of John, house 72 

Spruce 
McCarthy Mary, widow of John, house 13 

Sparks street place 
McCarthy Mary, widow of John, house 57 

Amory [175 Cambridge 

McCarthy Mary A., widow of John. house 
McCarthy Mary A. A. Miss.teacher Tborn- 

dike grammar school, b. 175 Cambridge 
McCarthy Mary E. Miss, hair-worker (31 

Avon, B. ), house 8 Green 
McCarthy Mary F., widow of Francis, 

house 8 Green 
McCarthy Maurice, gluer, 624 Main, house 

23 Bay [mere pi. 

McCarthy Maurice, laborer, house 6 Lech- 
McCarthy Michael, gluer, 624 Main, house 

156 Green [bridge 

McCarthy Michael, laborer, h. 29 Cam- 
McCarthy M.j at 139 Broadway, house 11 

West 
McCarthy Patrick, laborer, 86 Mount Au- 
burn, house 32 Cowperthwaite 
McCarthy Patrick, laborer, bds. 60 North 
McCarthy Patrick, laborer, h. 147 Gore 
McCarthy Patrick, laborer, h. 53 Charles 
McCarthy Patrick, tailor, 195 North ave- 
nue, boards 41 Spruce 
McCarthy Patrick, laborer, boards 14 East 
McCarthy Patrick, plasterer, house 71 Elm 
McCarthy Patrick, teamster John Clary, 

house 49 North 
McCarthy Patrick 2d. laborer, h. 49 North 
McCarthy Thomas, laborer, h. 12 Short 
McCarthy Thomas, tinsmith, house 159 

Columbia 
McCarthy Thomas F., peddler, b. 41 Vine 
McCarthy Timothy, finisher F. M. Holmes 

Furniture Co., boards at Charlestown 
McCarthy Timothy, laborer, house 1 Lech- 
mere building, Lechmere square 
McCarthy Timothy, molder, Third, corner 

Bent 
McCarthy Timothy, organ tuner, 624 

Main, boards 41 Spruce 
McCarthy Timothy, laborer, h. 140 Elm 



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McCarthy William, wood molder, boards 

208 Bridge 
McCarthy William H., tailor, h. Derby lane 
McCarthy, see McCarty 
McCarty Annie E., widow of Michael, 

house 1 Holly avenue [wharf 

McCarty Callahan, stone-cutter. Gore 
McCarty Charles, laborer, house 29 Reed 
McCarty Daniel, laborer, house Cushing, 

corner Cushing court 
McCarty Dennis, laborer B. L. & C. R R., 

house 4 Third [27 Decatur 

McCarty Eugene, baker, 502 Main, house 
McCarty Jeremiah, hostler, house 1 Lin- 

ehan block, Third 
McCarty Jeremiah, teamster J. H. Eames, 

house 26 Portland 
McCarty John, gardener, house Appleton 

near Vassal lane 
McCarty John, confectioner, 602 Main, 

boards 57 Amory 
McCarty Michael A., engineer, 624 Main, 

house at Somerville 
McCarty Michael C, stone-cutter, house 

339 Main 
McCarty Patrick, boiler-maker, 92 Main 
McCarty Patrick, driver, 502 Main 
McCarty Thomas, boiler-maker, 356 Main 
McCarty Timothy J., molder, 368 Main, 

house 343 do. 
McCarty William, molder H. M. Bird, 

Pelham, house 19 Webster avenue 
McCarville Ellen M. Mrs., house 19 West 
McCarville James, house 25 Cedar 
McCarville Owen, watchman Union Glass 

Co. (Somerville), boards 19 West 
McCarville Patrick F., hostler, b. 19 West 
McCarville Peter J., city lamplighter, 

boards 25 Cedar 
McCaughey Arthur, in American Tube 

Works (Somerville), b. 4 Baldwin ct. 
McCaughin Daniel, laborer, b. 40 Spruce 
McCaughin John, carriagesmith, 232 

North avenue, boards 40 Spruce 
McCaul Henry, laborer, house 7 Conlon ct. 
McCaul Henry jr., laborer, b. 7 Conlon ct. 
McCaul Jane, widow, house 192 Norfolk 
McCauley Daniel, helper, 17 Main, boards 

23 Brewery 
McCauley David T.. safe-maker, 17 Main, 

boards 63 Broadway 
McCauley Thomas, student H. U., rooms 

102 Mt. Auburn 
McCaw Henry, confectioner, 503 Main, 

and grocer, 65 Brookline, house do. 
McCaw William, confectioner, 503 Main, 

house 63 Brookline 
McChesney F. S., driver U. R. Co. 
McChristie James, laborer, 72 Main 
McClean Daniel, molder, boards 175 Main 
McCleave Maria R., widow of Frederick 

W., house 230 Pearl 
McClellan John, bookkeeper, 204 Broad- 
way, boards 87 Moore 
McClellan John, slater, h. rear 56 Winter 

MCCLELLAN PETER J.,carriage- 
builder, 87 Bridge, house 133 Spring 



McClellan Stephen, laborer, h. r. 30 Gore 
McClennan James, laborer, h. 33 Dunster 
McClennen Rose, widow, house 27 Cow- 

perthwaite 
McClennen Wm., laborer, h. 80 Harvard 
McClennen Wm. H., clerk (18 Exchange 

place, B.), house 23 Cherry 
McCloskey Bridget, widow of Michael, 

house 52 Fifth 
McCloskey David, boiler-maker, 92 Main 
McCloskey Dennis F. (McCloskey & Har- 

ty), grocer, 91 and 443 Cambridge, 

rooms 53 Otis 
McCloskey Hugh, carpenter, house Boston 

Chemical Works bldg., r. Cambridge 
McCloskey James B., clerk, bds. 52 Fifth 
McCloskey John B., boards 52 Fifth 
McCloskey Patrick A., brass-raolder (rear 

33 Hawkins, B.), house 83 Fifth 
McCloskey Peter J., clerk, 158 Cambridge, 

boards 52 Fifth [3 Somerset 

McCloskey William H., carpenter, house 
McCloskey & Harty (Dennis F. McCloskey 

and Michael J. Harty), grocers, 91 and 

443 Cambridge 
McCloud Geo., action maker, 162 Broad- 
way, boards 3 Prospect 
McCloud Willoughby, wood worker, 54 

Bridge, house at East Boston 
McClure Charles F., com. mer. (13 Doane, 

B.), house 794 Main 
McClure Manley W. (Boyd & McClure), 

iron and steel (5 Custom House, B.), 

house 8 White 
McClure Margaret Miss, variety store, 72 

Cambridge, rooms 89 Spring 
McClure Martha M., widow of Manley W., 

house 8 White 
McColgan Cornelius, house 71 Brighton 
McColgan Tristram, house 71 Brighton 
McCombe Richard H., machinist, 12 Gore, 

boards at Somerville 
McConnell Thomas H., agt., h. 12 Warren 
McConnell William, trunk-maker, rear 382 

Main, boards 23 Lopez 
McConologue Cornelius J., currier, house 

41 Cedar 
McConville James, tinsmith, 600 Main, 

house 7 Lopez 
McConville Patrick, laborer, h. 7 Lopez 
McCook Robert L., student H. U., rooms 

34 Holyoke House 

McCool James, mason, h. r. 117 Pleasant 
McCord Bernard F., glass-maker N. E. 

Glass Co., boards 139 Cambridge 
McCord Jas. A., glass-maker N. E. Glass 

Co., boards 139 Cambridge 
McCorkle James, laborer, h. 57 Spring 
McCormack Alexander, apothecary, 43 

Gore, rooms do. 
McCormack Reynold J., apothecary, 43 

Gore, rooms do. 
McCormick Benton, painter,h.35 Somerset 
McCormick Bridget, house 347 Main 
McCormick C, liquors, h. 45 Clark 
McCormick Edward, slater, basement 3 

Prospect, house 58 Amory 



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McCormick Isabella, widow, house 6 Rog- 
ers block 
McCormick James, liquors, 337 Main, 

house 45 Clark 
McCormick James, boiler-maker, 72 Main, 

boards 329 Main 
McCormick James, laborer, h. 19 Beaver 
McCormick James, laborer, b. 10 Donnell 
McCormick James E., draughtsman, 92 

Main, boards 19 School 
McCormick John, boiler-maker, 92 Main, 

house 19 School 
McCormick John, laborer Eastern R. R., 
house 15 Second [ley's alley 

McCormick John, plumber, bds. 2£ Dai- 
McCormick John, tinsmith, b. 3 Prospect 
McCormick John, clerk, 337 Main, boards 

45 Clark 
McCormick John H., b. 7 Maynard place 
McCormick John J., boiler-maker, 92 
Main, house 19 School [do. 

McCormick John P., clerk, 169 Gore, h. 164 
McCormick Martin, tinsmith, house Dai- 
ley's alley [Donnell 
McCormick Mary, widow of James, h. 10 
McCormick Mary, wid. of Richard, house 
2 Dailey's alley [Main 
McCormick Michael, boiler-maker, b. 329 
McCormick Patrick J., clerk, ]69 Gore, 

house 164 do. 
McCormick Richard, glass-maker, boards 

2 Dailey's alley 
McCormick Thomas.boiler-maker,72 Main, 

boards 19 School 
McCormick Win. J., cabinet-maker F. M. 
Holmes Furniture Co., house at 
Charlestown 
McCormick W. F., action-maker, 162 

Broadway, house 19 School 
McCorrison Albert O., cooper, house 8 

Squire's court 
McCorrison Sylvanus, cooper, boards 8 
Squire's court [Brookline 

McCorry John, watchman, 172 Pearl, h. 123 
McCotter Frank, printer, b. 9 Broadway 
McCourt Ann, widow of Patrick, house 22 

Carson 
McCourt Catherine Miss, clerk, 82 Mt. 

Auburn, boards 13 Dunster 
McCourt Charles, house 35 Flagg 
McCourt John, coachman, 105 Brattle, 

house 16 Brown 

McCourt Mary J., widow of Michael, 

house rear 21 Carson [Cambridge 

McCourt Patrick, surveyor, house rear 240 

McCourt William, painter, 5 Palmer.house 

rear 18 Sparks 
McCoy George M., ins. agent(216 Washing- 
ton, B.), house 79 Pearl 
McCoy John, boards 83 Brattle 
McCoy Richard, stone-cutter, b. 78 Brown 
McCoy Thomas H., fish, 85 Mt. Auburn, 
house 90 do. [Weld Hall 

McCoy Walter I., student H. U., rooms 35 
McCoy William, tailor, house 83 Brattle 
McCoy William F., clerk, 92 Mt. Auburn, 
boards 83 Brattle 



McCoy William J., mason, h. 10 Somerset 

McCoy, see M'Coy 

McCracken James, stone-cutter, 43 Main, 

house 18 Willard 
McCreacly John, boiler-maker, 92 Main 
McCready John C, printer, house 66 Web- 
ster avenue 
McCready Joseph R., editor and publisher 

American Protestant, 658 Main, h. do. 
McCready Robert A., student H. U., rooms 

36 Holyoke House 
McCready Samuel R., clerk (P. O., B.), 

house QQ Webster avenue 
McCrehan James, boards 54 Spruce 
McCrehan Jeremiah, teamster, house 54 

Spruce 
McCrehan Mary, wid. of John,h. 75 Spruce 
McCristle Patrick, tanner, h. 177 Dublin 
McCrystle John, painter, b. 13 Second 
McCue Dennis, laborer, house 17 Jefferson 
McCue John, gardener Mt. Auburn ceme- 
tery, boards Michael Kelley's.Cushing 
McCue John, laborer, house 42 Jackson 
McCue Thomas, house 33 Porter 
McCue Thomas, laborer, h. 44 Kinnaird 
McCue Thomas F., carpenter, house 195 

Hampshire 
McCue, see also McHugh 
McCuen Henry, laborer, boards 116 Gore 
McCuen John, carpenter, house 129 Spring 
McCuen Joseph N. (J. N. McCuen & Co.), 

provisions, 125 Cambridge, boards 129 

Spring 
McCuen J. N. & Co. (Joseph N. McCuen 

and Daniel H. Coakley), provisions, 

125 Cambridge 
McCullar Charles, stereotyper Riverside 

Press, house 41 Cottage 
McCulloch Albert E., postal clerk (P. O., 

B.), boards 9 Shepard 
McCulloch Frank, driver U. R. Co., house 

1 Bristol [118 Harvard 

McCulloch George, driver U. R. Co., house 
McCulloch John, junk. h. 118 Columbia 
McCulloch John B., clerk, b. 9 Shepard 

MCCULLOCH SAMUEJL, drain 
and sewer builder, Winsor, cor. Har- 
vard, house 173 Harvard 

McCullon Frank, switchman U. R. Co. 

McCullon George, driver U. R. Co. 

McCurdy James, paper-hanger, b. 10 Vine 

McCurdy Robert J., core-maker, house 4 
Davis [Thorndike 

McCusker Wm., plumber, house rear 142 

McDaniel Edward J., bookbinder (51 
Chardon, B.), house 826 Main 

McDaniel Samuel W., lawyer (61 Court, 
B.), house 69 Dana 

McDermott Ann, widow of Daniel, house 
438 Cambridge 

McDermott Bartholomew, stone-mason, 
house 138 Green 

McDermott Catherine, widow of Timo- 
thy, house 25 Somerset 

McDermott Daniel, wood and coal, 106 
Harvard, house do. 

McDermott Edw., laborer, h. 25 Somerse \> 



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McDermott Edward, pressman University 

Press, boards 25 Somerset 
McDermott Edward, laborer, house 25 

Sparks street place 
McDermott Ella, widow of Thomas, house 

5 Marvin place 
McDermott James, 502 Main, boards 25 

Somerset [Cambridge 

McDermott James H., glass-maker, h. 412 
McDermott John, tailor, house 24 Fifth 
McDermott John, lithographer Riverside 

Press, boards 138 Green 
McDermott John EL, clerk, 110 Harvard, 

boards 106 do. 
McDermott John H., confectioner, 503 

Main, house 25 Somerset 
McDermott Patrick, plumber (Tremont, 

B.), house 22 Fourth 
McDermott Patrick, laborer, h. 5 Carson 
McDermott Patrick G., music teacher, 

boards 24 Fifth [Elm 

McDermott Thomas, glass-blower, h. 139 
McDevitt Andrew, clerk, 484 Cambridge, 

boards 81 Tremont 
McDevitt Edward, blacksmith, house 81 

Tremont 
McDevitt John F., clerk, 145 Hampshire, 

boards 81 Tremont 
McDonald Alexander, carpenter, house 5 

Coggswell place 
McDonald Alexander, marble and graDite 

works, Mt. Auburn, opposite ceme- 
tery, house Mt. Auburn, near do. 
McDonald Alexander J., coachman, house 

27 Cambridge [Cambridge 

McDonald Allen, brass molder, house 203 
McDonald Angus, soap maker, house 105 

Portland [323 Cambridge 

McDonald Angus B., harness maker, h. 
McDonald Bridget, widow of Matthew, 

house Cushing, opposite Vineyard 
McDonald Daniel, blacksmith, boards 271 

Broadway 
McDonald Edgar, piano maker, 624 Main, 

boards 112 Pearl 
McDonald Edward V., student H. U., 

rooms 27 Weld Hall [Vine 

McDonald Elizabeth, wid. of Daniel, h. 43 
McDonald Ellen Mrs., house McDonald 
McDonald Felix, laborer, h. r. 175 Bridge 
McDonald Frank R., agent Alex. McDon- 
ald, Mt. Auburn, boards do. 
McDonald Frederick W., cigars (69 Broad, 

B.), boards 324 Harvard 
McDonald Hannah, widow of Patrick H., 

house 129 Third 
McDonald Hugh, laborer, b. 1 Hampshire 
McDonald Ingalls, coachman, 13 Rose- 
land, boards do. 
McDonald James, cigar maker, 599 Main, 

house 3 Cottage [b. do. 

McDonald James, coachman, 33 Prospect, 
McDonald Jas., box maker, 3 Hampshire 
McDonald James, laborer, h. 161 Green 
McDonald James, liquors, 26 Somerset, 

house 14 do. 
McDonald James, milkman, h. 21 Donnell 



McDonald James, laborer, house 3 Porter 
McDonald Jane A., widow of William, 

house 121 Spring [Vine 

McDonald John, at 139 Broadway, bds. 43 
McDonald John, gardener Mt. Auburn 

cemetery, house at Watertown 
McDonald John, junk, h. 134 Webster av. 
McDonald John, machinist, b. 9 Broadway 
McDonald John, grocer, 22 Willow, h. do. 
McDonald John, machinist, 72 Main 
McDonald John, stone polisher, boards 18 

Brown 
McDonald John, mason, house rear 24 

Somerset 
McDonald John, laborer, house 38 Porter 
McDonald John, painter Chas. W. Dailey, 

boards at Boston 
McDonald John jr., laborer, 153 Putnam 

avenue, boards rear 24 Somerset 
McDonald John A., ship broker (176 At- 
lantic av., B.), h. 12 Rogers blk , Main 
McDonald John F., laborer, b. r. 53 Vine 
McDonald John H., blacksmith, Palmer, 

near Church, boards 68 Bridge 

MCDONALD JOHN J., carriage 
painter, 4 Cambridge, rooms 84 do. 
McDonald John J., painter, house 382 

Cambridge 
McDonald John J., tin peddler, h. 29 Reed 
McDonald Joseph, laborer, h. r. 53 Vine 
McDonald Margaret, widow of Maurice, 

house 16 Bolton 
McDonald Maria, widow of Hugh, house 

324 Harvard 
McDonald Martin M., laborer, house 

Cushing, opposite Vineyard 
McDonald Martin T., machinist, 72 Main, 

house Cushing court 
McDonald Mary, widow of Patrick, house 

Cushing, near Woodlawn 
McDonald Mary A. Mrs., h. rear 52 Fifth 
McDonald Matthew, mason, boards rear 

24 Somerset 
McDonald Matthew, laborer, h. 123 Spring 
McDonald Michael, bricklayer, house 104 

Sparks 
McDonald Michael, helper, 356 Main 
McDonald Michael J., at Am. Net and 

Twine Co., boards 129 Third 
McDonald Murdock, house rear 68 Second 
McDonald Norman, marble worker A. 

McDonald, Mt. Auburn, boards do. 
McDonald Patrick, laborer, b. r. 53 Vine 
McDonald Patrick, laborer, h. 17 Porter 
McDonald Patrick, laborer, h. 90 Fifth 
McDonald Patrick, laborer, Third, cor. 

Bent [Portland 

McDonald Patrick, laborer, house rear 12 
McDonald Patrick, machinist, 72 Main 
McDonald Peter Mrs., house r. 6 Lopez 
McDonald Richard H., student H. U., 

rooms 32 Little's block 
McDonald Sophia, nurse, h. 6 Gordon pi. 
McDonald Thos., wharf contractor, house 

rear 53 Vine 
McDonald Timothy, waiter (Parker House, 

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McDonald Wallace, law student H. U., 
rooms 13 Remington 

McDonald William, laborer, house Rolling 
Mill block, Bristol 

McDonald William M., provisions (20 
Clinton, B.). house 18£ Western av. 

McDonald William S., printer, house 4 
Pioneer avenue 

McDonald, see Macdonald 

McDonnell James, tailor, 18 Brighton, 
house 5 Mill 

McDonnell James, box-maker, 3 Hamp- 
shire, house 54 Portland 

McDonnell Thomas, canvasser, boards 7 
Maynard place [15 McCabe 

McDonough Charles, carpenter, boards 

McDonough John, laborer gas works, h. 
rear 160 Main 

McDonough John, laborer, U. R. Co., 
Dunster, house Vineyard 

McDonough Martin, laborer, house 105 
Kinnaird 

McDonough Patrick, engineer gas works, 
house rear 160 Main 

McDonough William, teamster Cambridge 
gas works, house 17 Sparks* 

McDougall Alex., carpenter, house 116 
Webster avenue 

McDougall Crosby, salesman (178 Pur- 
chase, B.), house 4 River 

McDowell Henry E., law student, 7 Brat- 
tle, boards 463 Main 

McDowell James H., baker, h. 463 Main 

McDowell John, contractor, house 252 
Broadway 

McDowell J. H. Mrs., restaurant, 463 
Main, house do. 

McDowell Thos. W., cigar-maker (Black- 
stone, B.), house 23 Decatur 

McDowell Wm., laborer, h. 73 Cambridge 

McDuffee John, clerk of committees,office 
City Hall, house 47 Brattle 

McDuffee John jr., student H. U., boards 
47 Brattle 

McEachern Peter Mrs., house 50 Holyoke 

McElarney Patrick, laborer, 42 Dunster 

McElerney Bernard, city lamplighter, h. 
rear 17 Wyeth 

McElerney Edward, city lamplighter, bds. 
rear 17 Wyeth 

McElhaney John, coal and wood, 29 Por- 
ter, house do. 

McElhenny Charles H., cabinet-maker, 54 
Bridge, house at Charlestown 

McElholam Thomas, hostler, 249 Cam- 
bridge, boards 22 Willow 

McEUroy William, house 28 Shepard 

McElroyChas. H., laborer, bds. 133 Third 

McElroy Elizabeth, widow of John, house 
95 Gore 

McElroy Francis G-., building-mover, 133 
Third, house do. 

McElroy Frank J., carpenter, h. 212 Bridge 

McElroy Hugh, grease collector, house 
rear 58 Charles 

McElroy Hugh H., glass blower, 137 
Bridge, house at Somerville 



McElroy James, tin peddler, h. 153 Winsor . 
McElroy James, laborer, boards 30 Vine 
McElroy James, waiter (B.), h. r. 180 Main 
McElroy John, laborer, boards 84 Fifth 
McElroy John, clerk, boards 30 Vine 
McElroy Joseph, teamster, house 7 Vine 
McElroy Mathew, cooper, boards 163 Co- 
lumbia 
McElroy Patrick J., glass blower, 137 

Bridge, house 21 Fourth 
McElroy Peter, glass blower, 137 Bridge, 

house at Charlestown 
McFadden John, laborer, house 263 Mt. 

Auburn 
McFadden Stephen, clerk, house 37 Banks 
McFadden Stephen, laborer, house 261 

Franklin 

McFadden Wm. H., carpenter, house 3 

Distillhouse [Holyoke 

McFadyen Samuel, boarding-house, 26 

McFall David, clergyman (Chambers st. 

chapel, B.), house 90 Fourth 
McFall John, cigar maker, 599 Main, bds. 

2 Columbia 
McFarland Adeline A., widow of James, 

boards 10 State 
McFarland Albert, blacksmith, 156 River, 

house 14 Upton 
McFarland Bros. (Roscoe E. and Forest E. 
McFarland), provisions, Washington, 
corner Brewery [b. 6 do. 

McFarland Colin, cooper, rear 68 Allston, 
McFarland Forrest E. (McFarland Bros.), 
provisions, Washington, cor. Brewe- 
ry, house 3 Rogers block, Main 
McFarland George H., machinist, 17 Main, 

boards 20 Market 
McFarland James, bootmaker, 151 North 

avenue, house at Somerville 
McFarland James, machinist, house 20 

Market 
McFarland Jane, widow of George, house 

2 Percy place 
McFarland John, laborer, house rear 241 

Mt. Auburn 
McFarland John R., carpenter (146 Mount 

Vernon, Boston), boards 467 Main 
McFarland Lorenzo R., boards 3 Rogers 

block, Main 
McFarland Robert, laborer, h. 22 Hunting 
McFarland Robert L., sewing-machines, 

house 3 Rogers block, Main 
McFarland Roscoe E. (McFarland Bros.), 
provisions, Washington, cor. Brewe- 
ry, house 18| Tremont 
McFarlane John, case maker, 162 Broad- 
way, boards 25 Pine 
McFee Hugh, molder, Third, corner Bent 
McFeely Ellen, widow of John, house rear 

29 Winter 
McGahey Henry, bricklayer, b. 126 Third 
McGahey John, mason, house 126 Third 
McGaughey James, teamster J. P. Squire 

& Co., house 143£ Gore 
McGee Daniel, butcher, house 5 Carson 
McGee Patrick, engineer, 188 Broadway, 
house 82 Elm 



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McGeoch Alexander, h. 93 Washington 
McGill Charles L., shoemaker, 27£ River, 

house do. 
McGill James, boards 11 Mason 
McGill Mary, widow of Jas., h. 27 Second 
McGillicuddy Joseph H., laborer, boards 

rear 17 Pine [rear 17 Pine 

McGillicuddy Timothy, mason, house 
McGillicuddy Timothy, laborer, house 

rear 18 Sparks 
McGilvray Freeman, engineer B. L. & C. 

R. P., house at Charlestown 
McGilvray John, carpenter, h. r. 52 Pine 
McGinness Bessie, widow, h. r. 69 Moore 
McGinness Edward, brakeman F. R. R., 

house 12 Railroad 
McGinness Hannah, widow of Hugh, h. 

73 Concord avenue 
McGinness Hugh J., teamster, h. 10 Vine 
McGinness Hugh S., upholsterer (B.), 

house rear 198 Bridge 
McGinness Kate J. Miss, house 26 Carson 
McGinness Robert J., conductor U. R. 

Co., boards 239 Cambridge 
McGinniss Hugh, carpenter, h. 27 Cherry 
McGinuiss John, laborer, house May, 

corner Vineyard 
McGirr John, bookbinder Riverside Press, 

house at Somervelle [Otis 

McGirr Mary, widow of Francis F., b. 110 
McGirr Patrrck, teamster, h. 87 Brighton 
McGivney John, brass-molder, house 50 

Spring 
McGlashan Alexander, machinist, 356 

Main, house 451 do. 
McGlinchy James, laborer, house 92 Fifth 
McGlone Chas. H., laborer, h. 133 Winsor 
McGoldrick Edward F., butcher, boards 

14 Soden 
McGoldrick Hugh E., butcher, h. 14 Soden 
McGollick Daniel, glass-blower, house 

192 Norfolk [Spruce 

McGonagle John, junk-dealer, house 184 
McGouan Michael, laborer, h. 105 Fourth 
McGovern James, boards 23 Carson 
McGovern Jas., laborer, h. 8 Mullin's ct. 
McGovern John, laborer, h. r. 123 Spring 
McGovern John B., house 201 Cambridge 
McGovern Lawrence J., machinist, 92 

Main, boards 23 Carson 
McGovern Mary, widow of Frank, house 

23 Carson 
McGovern Michael H., engineer, house 45 

School [Harding 

McGovern Michael, laborer, house 32 
McGovern Philip, laborer, h. 32 Warren 
McGowan Daniel, hostler, 232 North av., 

boards 40 Spruce 
McGowan John, laborer, b. 22 Blanche 
McGowan Patrick, hostler U. R. Co., bds. 

25 Cowperthwaite 
McGowan Robert, laborer, b. 171 Winsor 
McGowan Wm., laborer, house 17 South 
McGrane James A., pressman (117 Frank- 
lin, B.), boards 161 Franklin 
McGrane Patrick, teamster, 622 Main, h. 
161 Franklin 



McGrann Thomas, boiler-maker, 92 Main, 

boards 6 Baldwin place 
McGrath Bernard, gardener Prof. Nor- 
ton's "Shady Hill," h. at Somerville 
McGrath Charles W., brass finisher, 368 

Main, house 97 River 
McGrath Daniel, laborer, house 17 Pine 
McGrath Edward, stone-mason, house 9 
Cowperthwaite [bia 

McGrath James H., painter, b. 194 Colum- 
McGrath John, engineer, h. 194 Columbia 
McGrath J. B., at 139 Broadway, house at 

Boston 
McGrath Michael, clerk (477 Washington, 

B.), b. Thos. Mahar's, Auburn place 
McGrath Michael, laborer, h. 3(5 Warren 
McGrath Michael, gardener Prof. Norton's 

'•Shady Hill," house at Somerville 
McGrath Peter, laborer, 111 North avenue, 

boards do. 
McGrath Walter, asst. fireman, 162 Broad- 
way, b. John Kelley's, Cushing court 
McGrath William, piano-action maker, 

Rhoades bldg., State, h. 93* Green 
McGregor Robert, cabinet-maker F. M. 

Holmes Furniture Co., h. at Everett 
McGregor William L., confectionery, 9 

Prospect, house 10 do. 
McGregor, see MacGregor [Harvard 

McGruder Patrick, confectioner, house 68 
McGue Thomas, express, Lechmere sq., 

house 150 Bridge 
McGuigen Charles, laborer, house 42 Vine 
McGuigen James, rubber-worker, boards 

42 Vine 
McGuire Alice, widow of Owen, house 88 

Webster avenue 
McGuire Bridget Mrs., house 18 Mill 
McGuire Cornelius, color-mixer, 10 Arrow, 

house 19 Mill 
McGuire Frank Mrs., house 2 Hastings 
McGuire James D., driver, b. 56 Charles 
McGuire John, helper, 17 Main, house at 

Boston 
McGuire John, laborer, house 34 Warren 
McGuire Joseph, house 34 Jefferson 
McGuire Lawrence, boiler-maker, 72 Main 
McGuire Maria, widow of Michael, dress- 
maker, house 56 Charles 
McGuire Mary, widow of Terrence, gro- 
cer, 139 Bridge, house do. 
McGuire Mary, widow of Philip,h.91 Fifth 
McGuire Mary Ann Mrs., house 7 Rogers 

block, Main 
McGuire Maurice, piano-polisher, 624 

Main, house 7 Rogers block, Main 

McGuire Orinda. widow of Mathew, house 

144 Thorndike [burn 

McGuire Peter, blacksmith, b. 92 Mt. Au- 

McGuire Peter, horse-shoer, Palmer, near 

Church, house at Boston 
McGuire Samuel, blacksmith, boards 1 

Hampshire 
McGuire Thos., laborer, b. 10 Willard ct. 
McGuire Wm. B. Mrs., house 18 Lopez 
McGurdy Robert, core maker, Third, cor- 
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McGurdy Mary, widow, h. 35S Broadway 
McGurk Edward, laborer, h. 28 Spring 
McGurk Hugh Mrs., house 21 Harding 
McGurk James, house 1 Webster aveuue s 
McGurk John, laborer, house 6 Lopez 
McGurk John, sawyer, Rhoades building, 

State, house 49 Hampshire 
McGurk Matthew, shoemaker, house rear 

119 Gore [h. 70 Second 

McGurk Peter, machinist (Charlestown), 
McGurk Terrence, laborer, h. 21 Harding 
McHugh Chas., iron-molder, b. 32 Decatur 
McHugh Cornelius, iron-molder, Third, 

corner Bent, boards 32 Decatur 
McHugh John, molder. Third, cor. Bent 
McHugh Michael, iaborer,b. 147 Columbia 
McHugh Thos. vjrs., house 32 Decatur 
McHugh, see McCue 
McHugo Wm. (W. H. Hazlett & Co.), 

First, house 70 Gore 
Mcllvain Benj., foreman tinning-room,153 

Putnam av., house 89 Chestnut 
Mclnnes Angus, carpenter, house 105 

Columbia [1 Holyoke House 

Mclnnes Edwin G., student H. U., rooms 
Mclnnes Hugh H., carpenter, 113 Broad- 
way, house 27 Cherry [70 Otis 
Mclntire Amelia A., wid. of Ebenezer, h. 
Mclntire Amelia T. Miss, recorder, Otis 

cor. Second, boards 70 Otis 
Mclntire Augusta Mrs., house 21 South 
l\TcINTIKE CHARLES J., coun 
111 selor-at-law (75 State, B.), h. 70 Otis 
Mclntire Edward, teamster (53 Fulton, 

B.), boards 139 Thorndike 
Mclntire Fred, student H. XL, rooms 12 

Felton building [70 Inman 

Mclntire George W., paper-hanger, house 
Mclntire Thos. Mrs., house 38 Antrim 
Mclntire Warren, box-maker,3 Hampshire 
Mclntire, see Mclntyre 
Mcintosh Albert N., carpenter, house 9 

Broadway 
Mcintosh Ephraim D., tinman, 153 Put- 
nam avenue, boards 5 Rockwell 
Mcintosh George, carriage builder, 376 

Main, boards 53 Norfolk 
Mcintosh Hugh, wood turner, Woodbury's 

building, Otis, house 210 Broadway 
Mcintosh James, sawyer, 162 Broadway, 

rooms 210 do. 
Mcintosh James H., student H. U., rooms 

30 Mt. Auburn 
Mcintosh John, laborer, b. 1 Hampshire 
Mclntyre James, plasterer, h. 16 Lopez 
Mclntyre Wm., carriage wood-worker, 270 

North av., boards 20 Coggswell av. 
Mclntyre Wm. W., printer (117 Franklin, 

B.), house 146 Mt. Auburn 
Mclntyre Wm. W. Mrs., dressmaker, 146 

Mt. Auburn, house do. 
Mclsaac John, carriage mnfr., 35 Gore, 

house 135 Cambridge 
Mclver James, tinsmith, 153 Putnam av., 

boards 5 Rockwell 
Mclver Mary A., widow of Edward, house 

17 Walnut court 



McJunkins Sam'l, painter, h. 4 Houghton 
McKay Alexander, carpenter, h. 7 Revere 
McKay Daniel, laborer, house 1 Murdock 
McKay Gordon, agent McKay Sewing 

Machine Association (29 High, B.), 

house 24 Arrow and 35 Mt. Auburn 
McKay Helen, widow of Jonathan, house 

rear 105 Kinnaird 
McKay Henry, laborer, house 32 Harding 
McKay James, laborer, house 84 Fifth 
McKay James J., carpenter, h. 125 Gore 
McKay James J., stone cutter, boards 125 

Gore 
McKay John C, house 39 Baldwin 
McKay Kenneth, laborer, h. r. 186 Bridge 
M<Kay Margaret A., wid. of Wm., house 

130 Spring 
McKay Richard C, student H. U., rooms 

26 Matthews Hall 
McKay Robert, teamster, 17 East, b. 24 do. 
McKay Roderick, laborer, house 189 

Hampshire [Baldwin 

McKay Wm., driver U. R. Co., boards 39 
McKay Wm., laborer, boards 121 Pleasant 
McKay Wm., spile driver, bds. 125 Gore 
McKee Andrew H., potter A. H. Hews & 

Co., boards 213 North avenue 
McKee Geo. H., potter A. H. Hews & Co., 

house 6 Mead 
McKee Janet, widow of James, house 213 

North avenue [Holyoke 

McKee Robert F., driver U. R. Co., h. 16 
McKeen Abner W., blacksmith Boston 

Bridge Woi'ks, boards 146 Charles 
McKeen Benj. P., clerk, 480 Cambridge, 

house at Somerville 
McKeever Edward, bricklayer, house 66 

Charles 
McKeever Eliza Miss, house 64 Brighton 
McKeever Samuel, laborer, house 12 Web- 
ster avenue 
McKeever Wm. J., compositor University 

Press, boards 141 Cambridge 
McKelleget Patrick, wheelwright, house 

267 Cambridge 
McKelleget Richard J., lawyer (19 Court, 

room 4, B.), house 71 Thorndike 
McKendry Wm. H., student H. U., rooms 

30 Matthews Hall 
McKenua Ann, wid. of Hugh.h.19 Seventh 
McKenna Edward, coachman (Brookline), 

house 6 Erie 
McKenna Francis H., driver U. R. Co., 

boards 114 Spring 
McKenna Hugh, carpenter, h. 17 Willow 
McKenna Hugh J., machinist, house 118 

Webster avenue 
McKenna Hugh J., printer, b. 19 Seventh 
McKenua James, teamster, 103 Bridge, 

house 114 Spring 
McKenna James, wire worker, house 458 

Cambridge 
McKenna John, helper, 126 Portland, h. 

rear 116 Brookline 
McKenna John, helper, 356 Main 
McKenna John, laborer, h. 123 Fourth 
McKenna John, laborer, h. 3 Squire's ct. 



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McKenna John, teamster, h. Ill Spring 
McKenna John B., employe at 169 Gore, 

boards 19 Seventh 
McKenna John J., teamster, b. 132 Elm 
McKenna Mary, wid. of John, h. 125 Third 
McKenna Matbew, clerk, 281 Cambridge, 

boards 19 Seventh 
McKenna Owen, laborer, h. 33 Warren 
McKenna Owen T. J. printer, boards 19 

Seventh [h. 123 Third 

McKenna Patrick, watchman, 169 Gore, 
McKenna Patrick F., teamster, 169 Gore, 

boards 3 Squire's court 
McKenna Peter, piano-maker, 624 Main, 

boards 6 Erie 
McKennel Alexander, carriagesmith, bds. 

9 Winsor 

McKenney A. A., laborer, 162 Broadway, 

house at Boston 
McKenney Frank, tin peddler, h. 3 Seckel 
McKenney Mary, widow of Patrick, house 

65 Concord avenue 
McKenney Neal, porter, Memorial Hall, 

boards do. 
McKenney Patrick, carpenter, house 17 

Maynard place 
McKenney Volley, tin peddler, b. 3 Seckel 
McKenzie Alexander, pastor First church 

in Cambridge, and secretary of over- 
seers H. U., house 12 Garden 
McKenzie Alexander D., house rear 42 

Washington 
McKenzie Daniel, mariner, boards 281 

Cambridge [bridge 

McKenzie Edward, cooper, bds. 281 Cam- 
McKenzie Edward, cooper, h. 13 Carson 
McKenzie Geo. F., cabinet maker, house 

134 Thorndike 
McKenzie James, potter, Bullard & Scott, 

(Allston), house 75 Brookline 
McKenzie James F., painter, house rear 

Robbins block, Prospect 
McKenzie James K., blacksmith, 496 Main, 

house 20| Western avenue 
McKenzie John R., pressman Riverside 

Press, house 139 Brookline 
McKenzie Kenneth, at 139 Broadway, bds. 

167 do. [Cambridge 

McKenzie Robert, carpenter, boards 281 
McKenzie Roderick, carpenter, house 281 

Cambridge [Market 

McKenzie Wm., clerk (5 Winter, B.), h. 31 
McKenzie William, machinist, 368 Main, 

boards 38 Austin 
McKenzie William C, coachman, house 

10 Daniel's court 

McKeon Edward J., machinist, boards 20 

Webster avenue 
McKeon James, barrels, 20 Webster av., 

house do 
McKeough William A., cabinet maker 

Rhoades bldg., boards Mt. Auburn, 

corner Willard 
McKeown John, house 129 Spring 
McKeown Joseph N., laborer, boards 129 

Spring. 
McKeown Peter, laborer, b. 20 Murdock 



McKeown William, laborer, h. 37 Charles 
McKeown Wm. Mrs., house rear 26 Vine 
McKeown William F., jig-sawyer, house 

141 Winsor 
McKtrnell James, wheelwright, 248 Mt. 

Auburn, house at Waltham 
McKewen Fred, m older, h. 128 Harvard 
McKewen James, house 10 Pine 
McKillican Robert, roofer, h. 49 Winter 
McKiuley Frank, painter, house 5 Banks 
McKinley Joseph G., clerk (25 Congress, 

B.), house 2 Douglass court 
McKinley Melissa M. Miss, teacher Alls- 
ton grammar school, b. 2 Douglass ct. 
McKinnon Charles E. (Kelley & McKin- 

non), carpenter, 7 Western avenue, h. 

128 Green 
McKinnon Geo., carpenter, at 139 Broad- 
way, boards 20 Suffolk 
McKinnon John, blacksmith helper, h. 4 

Hastings [Broadway 

McKinnon John, bookbinder, house 450 
McKinnon Nelson, carpenter, h. 510 Main 
McKithen Mary, widow of Frederick, h. 

15 Elmer 
McKithen Walter S., waiter Memorial 

Hall, house 15 Elmer 
McKone Wm. T., student H. U., rooms 46 

College House 
McKusick Amasa A. (B. P. Clark & Co.), 

503 Main, house 99 Magaziue 
McKusick Leroy P. C, traveling salesman, 

503 Main, house 99 Norfolk 
McLain Neil, laborer, 92 Main 
McLanathan Bradford, house 104 Pearl 
McLauathan Bradford M., painter, 104 

Pearl, boards do. 
McLand George O., boards 32 Second 
McLane Daniel, molder, Third, c. Bent, 

house at Boston [ton 

McLane Daniel, carpenter, h. r. 9 Hamil- 
McLane George D., in slipper factory, 37 

Clark [Brighton 

McLane James, clerk, 21 Brattle, bds. 61 
McLane Jas. A. (Harrison & McLane),bill- 

poster, 78 Cambridge, h. at Soruerville 
McLane John, carpenter, b. 19 Cambridge 
McLane John, laborer, h. 61 Brighton 
McLane John, laborer, h. Sibley court 
McLane John, laborer, bds. 3 Rollins ct. 
McLane John, painter, h. rear 178 Green 
McLane John S., tinsmith, b. 61 Brighton 
McLane Martha, widow, h. 68 Brighton 
McLane Nancy, widow of Wm., h. 63 Gore 
McLane Norman, house 21 Harrison 
McLane, see McLean . 
McLaughlen Danier, carpenter, h. Dudley, 

near Cedar 
McLaughlen James, carpenter, b. Danier 

McLaughlen's, Dudley 
McLaughlin AlonzoT., carpenter, house 

19 Green 
McLaughlin Harry, third cook, Memorial 

Hall 
McLaughlin James, house 180 Hampshire 
McLaughlin James, cabinet-maker, 23 

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McLaughlin James,piano-maker, Rkoades 

bldg., State, boards 369 Main 
McLaughlin Joseph A., brush-maker, h. 

99 Sixth [Winsor 

McLaughlin Joseph H., carpenter, h. 37 
McLaughlin Mary, wid. of John. h. 4 Vine 
McLaughlin Patrick, cook (19 Kilby, B.), 

house 8 Blanche 
McLaughlin Susan, widow of Patrick H., 

house 94 Tremont 
McLaughlin Thomas, laborer, h. 9 Porter 
McLaughlin Thomas, laborer, house 323 

Cambridge 
McLaughlin William, cutter oil-clothing, 

house 63 Vine 
McLay Andrew C, driver U. R. Co., bds. 

91 Putnam avenue 
McLean Alexander, house 173 Elm 
McLean Archibald, sand paperer, 624 

Main, boards 21 Harrison 
McLean George W.,carpenter,h. 188 Green 
McLean Isaac, carpenter (32 Lancaster, 

B.), house 5 Rice 
McLean John, brush-maker,h. 167 Winsor 
McLean John S., carpenter, house rear 

233 Franklin [61 Brighton 

McLean John S., tinsmith, 10 Brattle, b. 
McLean Neil, boiler-maker, b. 8 Broadway 
McLean Peter M., coachman, 233 North 

avenue, boards do. 
McLean, see McLane 
McLelland James P., clerk (114 F. H. 

market, B.), house 42 School 
McLelland John, bookkeeper, 206 Broad- 
way, boards 86 Moore [ter 
McLeod Abram J.,clerk (B.), b. 14 Worces- 
McLeod Archibald S., fish and oysters, 3 

Brattle sq., h. 2 Symonds blk., DeWolf 
McLeod Donald, machinist, h. 66 Second 
McLeod Malcolm, machinist, h. 126 Spring 
McLeod Mary S. Mrs., h. 14 Worcester 
McLeod Norman, wheelwright, 350 North 

avenue, boards 352 do. 
McLeod William, in slipper factory, house 

at East Boston 
McLeod Wm. D., machinist, h. 6Q Second 
McLeod William H., boards 14 Worcester 
McLevy Daniel, laborer, house 129 Wash- 
ington 
McMahan Bi'yan,b. Cambridge, c. Baldwin 
McMahan Owen, laborer, boards 4 Water 
McMahan Thomas, laborer, h. 152 Green 
McMahon Edward,boarding-house,4 Water 
McMahon Ellen, widow, house 4 Water 
McMahon James, laborer, h. 176 Franklin 
McMahon John, blacksmith, h. 56 Cedar 
McMahon Michael, laborer John Reardon 

& Sons, house 4 Decatur 
McMahon Thomas, carriage-trimmer, 

Church, opp. Palmer, h. at Brighton 
McMahon Wm. H., hackman, h. 45 Porter 
McMahon William J., clerk (122 CanaLB.), 

boards 45 Porter 
McManey Charles, blacksmith, Palmer, n. 

Church, house at Boston 
McMann Brian, porter U. R: Co., Harvard 

square, house 31 Holyoke 



McMann James, laborer, house Murray, 

near Brighton 
McMann Nellie, widow of John F., house 

12 Appian-way 
McMannis Felix, laborer N. E. Glass Co., 

house 99 Gore 
McMannis Frank, polisher, b. 8 Conlon ct. 

2d from Dublin, on right 
McMannus John, laborer, h. 1 Garden ct., 
McManus James, brush-maker, house 66 

Broadway 
McManus John, shoemaker, Flagg, cor. 

Banks, house 41 Banks 
McManus Terrance, junk, h. 8 Conlon ct. 
McMaster Margaret Mrs., house 74 Spring 
McMaster Robert, boiler-maker, 72 Main, 

house 66 Broadway 
McMaster William H., baker, 502 Main, 

house 20 Decatur 
McMasters George C, cabinet-maker Geo. 

H. Derby & Co., r. Rhoades building, 

State, house 32 Green 
McMasters John A., cabinet-maker, rear 

Rhoades bldg.. State, bds. 32 Green 
McMath Ellen, widow of William, house 

150 Charles 
McMaugh Barnard W., bricklayer, house 

122 Webster avenue 
McMaugh Patrick, soap-maker Hale,Teele 

& Bisbee, house 143 Winsor 
McMeniman Charles, house 24 Jefferson . 
McMeniman Charles jr., shade-painter, 

Blanche, house 87 Harvard 
McMeniman Jas., laborer, b. 24 Jefferson 
McMenimen Charles E. (Murray & Mc- 

Menimen), painter, 44 Gore, boards 68 

Winter [Winter 

McMenimen Frank A., printer, boards 6S 
McMenimen John E., machinist (65 High, 

B.), boards 68 Winter 
McMenimen Joseph M., driver U. R. Co., 

boards 68 Winter 
McMenimen Mary, widow of William M., 

house 68 Winter 
McMenimen Wm. H., police, station 3, 

house 56 Winter 
McMenmian Charles, painter, house 87 

Harvard 
McMichael Winfield L., hairdresser, 25 

River, house 26 Charles River 
McMullen John, laborer, h. 236 Franklin 
McMullins James, laborer, h. 14 Warren 
McMunn George F., inspector Cambridge 

Gas Light Co., Third, boards 12 Ap- 
pian-way 
McMurray Peter, blacksmith, Church, 

corner Palmer, house 65 Brattle 
McNabb Anges, carpenter, h. 36 Harvard 
McNabb John, tinsmith, house 98 Fifth 
McNair Alexander, clerk, 580 Main, house 

at Boston 
McNair Arthur R., student H. XL, boards 

15 Sumner 
McNall George, glass-blower Union Glass 

Co., house 258 Bridge 
McNall George H., brush-maker (144 Oli- 
ver, B.), boards 258 Bridge 



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McNall John, brush-maker, h. 167 Winsor 

McNally Alice, wid. of J as., li. 12 Railroad 

McNally Daniel, bootmaker, 43| Cam- 
bridge, house 25 Fourth 

McNally Mici ael, laborer, house 24 North 

McNamara Arthur W., wood-turner, 346 
Main, boards 17 Allston 

McNamara Daniel J., provisions, 279 Cam- 
bridge, house 291 do. 

McNamara Daniel, laborer, 368 Main, 
house 16 Hayes court 

McNamara Edward, laborer, h. 88 Fifth 

McNamara James, city teamster, house 85 
Brookline 

McNamara James, driver U. R. Co., house 
Holworthy, corner Hoi worthy place 

McNamara John, laborer, h. r. 23 Hancock 

McNamara John,laborer,h. 273 Cambridge 

McNamara John, laborer, 368 Main, house 
16 Hayes court 

McNamara John, varnisher, house 417 
Cambridge [Hamilton 

McNamara Malachi, city teamster, h. 9 

McNamara Mary, widow of William, house 
5 Short 

McNamara Michael, wood turner (34 Bev- 
erly, B.), house 17 Allston, cor. Bell 

McNamara Michael, teamster, h. 20 East 

McNamara Patrick, city laborer, house 
rear 126 Brookline 

Mc>vamara Patrick, laborer, house 214 
Franklin 

McNamara Patrick, marble cutter A. Mc 
Donald, boards at Brighton 

McNamara Timothy, laborer, 368 Main, 
boards 329 do. 

McNamara William, wood-turner (34 Bev- 
erly, B.), boards 17 Allston 

McNamara William, engineer, house 305 
Cambridge [bds. 23 Grigg 

McNamee David J., potter( Western av.,B), 

McNamee Hugh J., police, station l,house 
3 Athens 

McNamee James H., foreman, Mt. Au- 
burn, opp. Elmwood avenue, house 
269 Mt. Auburn 

McNamee John, machinist, b. 49 Clark 

McNamee John, laborer, h. r. 58 Winter 

McNamee John, proprietor Union Mar- 
ble Works, Mt. Auburn, opposite Elm- 
wood avenue, house 23 Grigg 

McNamee John, grocer, 333 Main, h. do. 

McNamee John H. H., bookbinder, 1£ 
Brattle, house 12 Gerry 

McNamee Robert, mason, h. 70 Brookline 

McNamee William A., marble-worker, Mt. 
Auburn, opposite Elmwood avenue, 
boards 23 Grigg 

McNaughton Anthony, milkman, 69 All- 
ston, house do. 

McNaughton Daniel, teamster (76 Merri- 
mac, B. ), house 69 Allston 

McNaughton Lizzie M. Miss, dressmaker, 
69 Allston, boards do. 

McNaughton Lottie C. Miss, music teach- 
er, 69 Allston, boards do. 

McNaughton, see Naughton 



McNeil Angus, carpenter, house 380 Cam- 
bridge [bridge 
McNeil Daniel, carpenter, bds. 380 Cam- 
McNeil John E., painter, 4 Cambridge, 

boards 380 do. 
McNeil Michael, laborer John Reardon & 

Sons, boards 135 Brookline 
McNeil, see Neill 

McNeill Edward, painter, bds. 559 Main 
McNeill James, laborer, house 35 School 
McXeill James, carpenter, h. 70 Spruce 
McNichol Daniel, laborer, h. 39 Charles 
McNichol John, laborer, bds. 80 Spring 
McNichol Patrick, laborer, house 273 

Cambridge 
McNinch Robert W. (Cummings, Kenney 
& Co.), lumber, Bridge, opp. Prison 
Point bridge, house at Boston 
McNinch Samuel, bookkeeper Cummings, 
Kenney & Co., Bridge, opp. Prison 
Point bridge, boards at Boston 
McNott Mary, widow of Wm., h. 23 Vine 
McNulty Daniel, house 31 Harding 
McNulty Hugh, laborer, house Garden 

court, last on left 
McNulty Michael, night-watchman,Third, 

cor. Bent, boards 96 Spring 
McNulty Rose Miss, house 96 Spring 
McNutt Frank A., student H. U., rooms 

29 Holyoke House 
M'Coy Frank H., painter, b. 18 Rockwell 
M'Coy Madison, watchman (518 Washing- 
ton, B.), house 18 Rockwell 
McPeak James F., rubber boot cutter,bds. 

64 Charles 
McPeak John, tin peddler, b. 64 Charles 
McPeak Patrick, helper, 17 Main, boards 

at Boston 
McPeak Patrick, grocer, 64 Charles, h. do. 
McPeck James H., clerk, 161 Prospect, 

boards 159 do. 
McPeck Neal, liquors, 161 Prospect, house 

159 do. 
McPhail Colen A., carpenter, bds. 5 Rice 
McPhail Edward A., clerk, 147 North ave- 
nue, rooms 12 White 
McPherson Ewen R., flour and com. mer. 

(204 State, B.), house 64 Chestnut 
McPherson George, clerk (204 State, B.), 

house 63 Chestnut 
McPherson Geo. R. Mrs., h. 64 Chestnut 
McPherson John, clerk (204 State, B.) f 

house 4 Florence 
McQuade Alexander, teamster, boards 

rear 382 Cambridge 
McQuade Geo., laborer, h. 40 Jefferson 
McQuade James, painter,, bds. 86 Fifth 
McQuade John F., brass finisher, boards 

110 Otis 
McQuade John J., painter, bds. 86 Fifth 
McQuade Owen, finisher, boards Mansion 

House, Gore, corner Bridge 
McQuade Patrick, laborer, house 282 Cam- 
bridge [Cambridge 
McQuade Patrick, laborer, house rear 382 
McQuade Patrick jr., bootblack, house 
rear 382 Cambridge 



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McQuade Terrence, laborer, h. 86 Fifth 

McQualters Wm., coffin-maker, 203 Bridge, 
house at Charlestown 

McQueen Alexander, cooper J. H. Eames, 
boards 44 Brookline 

McQueeny Dennis, hostler, house 70 Web- 
ster avenue 

McQnesten John L., engineer B. L. & C. 
K. R., house 54 Fifth 

McQuigin Patrick, laborer, house New, 
near F. R. R. 

McQuilkin James H., clerk, 347* Main, 
house 488 Cambridge 

McQuillan Mary A., widow of Thomas, 
house 4 Decatur 

McRae Kenneth, currier, house 54 Cedar 

McRaith Charles W., printer University 
Press, boards 29 Holyoke 

McReady Daniel, watchman, 120 Green, 
house 30 Bay [h. do. 

McSorley Archibald, carpenter, 564 Main, 

McSorley James P., provisions, junction 
Bridge and Winter, bds. 13 Water 

McSorley John, house 62 Spring 

McSorley John, house 16 Vine 

McSorley John E., coachman, b. 62 Spring 

McSorley Peter F., conductor U. R. Co., 
boards 62 Spring 

McSorley Thos., teamster, h. 8 Stevens ct. 

McSwain Samuel, carpenter, house 218 
Putnam avenue 

McSweeney Bernard, laborer,b. 107 Spruce 

McSweeney Daniel, laborer, h. 114 Third 

McSweeney Daniel, laborer, h. 16McCabe 

McSweeney Edward D., cutter H. M. Saw- 
yer, boards 114 Third 

McSweeney Michael, laborer,b. 139 Bridge 

McSweeney Patrick, laborer, h. 107 Spruce 

McSweeney, see Sweeney 

McVay John, pottery, 9 Harvey, h. 11 do. 

McVicker Duncan, carpenter, boards 108 
Cambridge 

Mc Williams George, brakeman B. & A. R. 
R., house 131 Brookline 

Mc Williams Jas., boiler-maker, 356 Main 

Meacom George E., apothecary, 105 Cam- 
bridge, house at Lynn 

Mead A. Eugene, produce (43 North Mar- 
ket, B.), house 282 North avenue 

Mead Charles C, printer (223 Washington, 
B.), house 322 Harvard 

Mead Charles W., printer (223 Washing- 
ton, B.), boards 322 Harvard 

Mead Fanny H., clerk, Broadway, corner 
Elm, boards 322 Harvard 

Mead G. N. P., student H. TJ., rooms 3 
Holyoke House 

Mead John F., mason and builder, house 
1 Jay 

Mead Mary, widow of Wm., h. 8 Meacham 

Mead Thomas, gateman F. R. R., Dublin, 
house 79 Bolton 

Mead Wm., provisions (12 Lakeman mar- 
ket, B.), bds. Wm. R. Mead's, Elm 

Mead Wm. R., provisions, house Elm, 1st 
north of Beech [179i do. 

Meade Frank B., clerk, 152 Harvard, bds. 



Meade John W., machinist, 368 Main, 
house 85 Elm 

Meader Jos., laborer,h. 3 Lowland avenue 

Meadows Elizabeth M., widow, boards 65 
Magazine 

Meadows Frank, laborer, h. Lowland av. 

Meaghar Dennis, driver U. R. Co., house 
Holworthy, opposite Holworthy place 

Meagher Wm. H., rms. Grant bldg., Main 

Mears Catharine Miss, h. 83 North av. 

Medeiros Antonio J., shoemaker, 427 
Main, boards 5 Rogers block, Main 

Medeiros Manuel J., hairdresser,427 Main, 
house 5 Rogers block, Main 

Medina Manuel, sand-paperer, house 36 
Cambridge 

Medios Frank, cabinet-maker F. M. 
Holmes Furniture Co., house 1 Low- 
land avenue 

Medith Joseph A., laborer, house 10 Fifth 

Meehan Charles, cabinet-maker, Wood- 
bury bldg., Otis, boards at Boston 

Meehan Thos., cabinet maker, 54 Bridge, 
house 96 Third 

Megan Andrew, barrel maker J. H. 
Eames, boards 48 Andrew 

Megan Francis J., stock clerk (67 Com- 
mercial, B.), house 48 Andrew 

Megan John, laborer, boards 48 Andrew 

Megan Thomas, house 48 Andrew 

Meghen Peter, junk dealer,house 301 Cam- 
bridge [Western av. 

Megroth Charles H., carpenter, house 43 

Megroth Win. N., piano action maker, 
house 93£ Green [67 Charles 

Meguire Bernard, iron-molder, house rear 

Meharg Joseph, groceries and provisions, 
145 and 147 Pleasant, house 132 do. 

Meharg Robert R., clerk, 145 Pleasant, 
boards 132 do. 

Mehegan Ellen, wid. of John, h. 112 Third 

Melugin Robert J., pressman (255 Wash- 
ington, B), boards J 12 Third 

Melcher Abbot L., stone-cutter, boards 32 
Broadway 

Melcher Daniel R., organ-maker, 624 Main, 
house 27 Pleasant 

Melcher Lindley R., assistant foreman, 
502 Main, house 6 Green 

Melhan Arthur, carriage maker, boards 3 
Grotto place 

Melledge James H., house 335 Harvard 

Melledge S. J., widow of James P., house 
335 Harvard 

Melledge Mary Miss, house 335 Harvard 

Melledge Robert J., house 335 Harvard 

Mellen Edwin D., student, bds. 31 Essex 

MELLEN JAMES (Curtis Davis & 
Co.), soap mnfr., 188 to 194 Broadway 
and (136 State, B.), house 31 Essex 

Mellen James E., instructor in sparring 
H. TJ. Gymnasium, h. 7 Lambert av. 

Mellen Thomas, candy maker, 282 Broad- 
way 

Melley Arthur, engineer, 172 Pearl 

Melley Patrick, laborer, house Garden ct., 
between Dublin and Garden 



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Melley Patrick, soapmaker, 172 Pearl, 

house 60 River 
Mellon Michael, dry pressman Riverside 

Press, house 92 Banks 
Meloon Hopkins H., produce (19 Black- 
stone, B.), house 67 Third 
Meloon Minnie A. Miss, music teacher, 
boards 67 Third [67 Third 

Meloon Seviah, widow of David U., house 
Meloon William H., conductor U. R. Co., 

house Houghton 
Melville Edward, cook, 122 Cambridge, 

house 1 Sixth 
Melville George, laborer, h. 186 Bridge 
Melville Harry, student H. XL, boards 12 

Remington 
Melville William, student H. U., rooms 5 

Gray's Hall 
Melvin Charles, tailor, h. 307 Cambridge 
Melvin John H., machinist, boards 156 

Harvard 
Melvin Lydia W., widow, house 17 Suffolk 
Melvin Michael, confectioner, 282 Broad- 
way, house 29 Winthrop 
Melzard Elizabeth, widow of John F., gro- 
cer, 43 Brookline, house do. 
Melzard Thomas M., painter, house Deca- 
tur court 
Menard John H., stair-builder, h. 79 Vine 
Menix Murthy, boards 147 Main 
Menix Patrick, laborer, house 147 Main 
Menke A. E., asst. in laboratory, rooms 13 

Wadsworth House 
Mention John, boards 83 Putnam avenue 
Menton Patrick, laborer, h. 24 Baldwin 
Menxies Joseph, machinist, 72 Main 
Menzer James, machinist, h. rear 123 Elm 
Mercer William L., broker (50 School, B.), 

house 78 Inman 
Mercer William W., janitor, h. 34 Brewery 
Merchant C, machinist, 72 Main 
Meriara Emeline, widow of William, house 
11 Clinton [zine 

Meriam John N., 169 Gore, h. 143 Maga- 
Meriam Susie M. Miss, h. 143 Magazine 
Merkle August, glass decorator, house 250 

Harvard 
Merriam Albert Mrs., h. 369 Cambridge 
Merriam Edward, carpenter, boards 120 
Norfolk [4 Beech 

Merriam Geo. H., insurance agent, house 
Merrick Frederick F., laborer, house 55 

Washington 
Merrick Fred H., laborer, h. 37 Portland 
Merrick Richard, laborer, 126 Portland, 

house 16 McCabe 
Merrifield Frank C, sewing-machine agt., 

441 Main, boards at Boston 
Merrifield Otis E., clerk, 6 Brattle, house 

59 Wright 
Merrifield Walter L., express (40 Court 

square, B. ), boards 385 North avenue 
Merrill Charles A., carpenter, boards 3 

Holly avenue 
Merrill Charles R., sausage-maker (Web- 
ster avenue, Somerville), house rear 
335 Cambridge 



Merrill David G., foreman, 3 Hampshire, 
house 30 Norfolk 

Merrill Dennett, piano key maker, boards 
84 Moore [9 Story 

Merrill Elijah H., law student H. XL, rms. 

Merrill Eugene E., jeweler (353 Washing- 
ton, B.), boards 30 Norfolk 

Merrill Frederic D., regulator, 624 Main, 
house at Woburn 

Merrill George Edward, entry clerk (38 
Avon, B.), boards 344 Harvard 

Merrill George H , conductor U. R. Co., 
boards 12 Dunster 

MERRILL. GEORGE S., boots and 
shoes (469 Washington, B.),h. 65 Dana 
Merrill Herbert S., metals (178 Commer- 
cial, B.), h. Russell, corner Orchard 
Merrill Horace A., carpenter, h. 24 Rice 
Merrill Joseph F., printer, h. 86 Moore 
Merrill J. Warren, treas. (24 and 25 N. Y. 
Mutual Insurance building, 95 Milk, 
B.), house 400 Broadway 
Merrill Lorenzo, foreman, 169 Gore, house 

106 Cambridge 
Merrill Louis B., sawyer, 3 Hampshire, 

boards 30 Norfolk 
Merrill Sarah F., dressmaker, 24 Wallace, 

house do. 

Merrill Sylvester, bds. Russell, c. Orchard 

Merrill T. Wattson (24 and 25 N. Y. Mut. 

Ins. bldg., 95 Milk, B.), house 400 

• Broadway 

Merrill Walter A., sawyer, 3 Hampshire, 

boards 255 Broadway 
Merrill William, wheelwright, house 7 

Lambert avenue 
Merritt Edgar A., mason, bds. 51 Winsor 
Merritt Edwin H., wood turner Ela Bros., 

boards 1 Washington 
Merritt Elisha L., mason, h. 51 Winsor 
Merritt Kate Mrs., house 64 Thorndike 
Merrow James J. Mrs., house 64 Thorn- 
dike 
Merwin Arthur G., student H. U., rooms 

48 Weld Hall 
Meserole Abram, student H. U., rooms 3 

Matthews Hall 
Mesier Henry Mrs., boards 65 Sparks 
Messer Dan Y., bookkeeper (199 State, 

B.), boards 114 North avenue 
Messer Daniel E. (D. E. Messer & Bro.), 

grocer, 159 Harvard, rooms 177£ do. 
Messer D. E. & Bro. (Daniel E. and Gor- 
ham B.Messer). grocers, 159 Harvard 
Messer George, laborer, b. 94 Webster av. 
Messer George, laborer, bds. 157 Winsor 
Messer Gorham B. (D. E. Messer & Bro.), 

grocer, 159 Harvard, boards 140 do. 
Messer James, laborer, boards 157 Winsor 
Messer Stillman, house 140 Harvard 
Messer Wm. A., furniture-mover, 97 Web- 
ster avenue, house 94 do. 
Messinger William T., house 15 Prospect 
Mestler Edward A., boots and shoes, 625 

Main, house 53 Norfolk 
Metcalf Charles C, printer Boston Tran- 
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Metcalf Charles H., student Scientific 
School, rooms 28 Divinity Hall 

Metcalf Greenleaf W., fly-finisher, 162 
Broadway, house 1 Allston court 

Metcalf Louisa C. Miss, h. 154 Mt. Auburn 

Metcalf Nancy C, widow of Chas. R., h. 
154 Mt. Auburn 

Metcalf Willard L.,artist (57 Tremont, B.), 
boards 1 Allston court 

Metcalf Wm. S., compiler and proof-read- 
er at Greenough's Diiectory office (31 
Milk, B.), house 22 Lowell 

Metzger Andrew, vocalist, house 158 Otis 

Metzger Elizabeth, widow of Andrew, h. 
10 Seventh 

Metzger Joseph, music recorder and pat- 
entee organette, also saloon. 200 Cam- 
bridge, house do. [Harvard 

Meulemans Charles, cabinet-maker, h. 110 

Meyer Charles, currier (Somerville), house 
206 Green 

Meyer Henrich, engineer (Herald build- 
ing, B.j, house 43 Reed 

Meyer John, varnisherF. G. F. Co., house 
214 Cambridge [North avenue 

Middlebrook Caspar, currier, house 388 

Middlemas Geo., carpenter, b. 2 Columbia 

Middlemas Henry H., laborer, 624 Main, 
boards 2 Columbia [Market 

Middleton George H., machinist, bds. 32 

Midgely Thomas, carpenter B. L. & C. R. 
R. shop, house 62 Cambridge 

Miethke Herman, vamisher, 624 Main, h. 
70 Green 

Mifflin Geo. H. (H. O. Houghton & Co.), 
printer Riverside Press, and (Hough- 
•ton, Mifflin & Co.), publisher (4 Park, 
B.). house at Boston 

Miles Albert F. (Fenton & Miles), spring- 
bed mnfr., 137 Gore, boards do. 

Miles Alfred E., student H. U., rooms 13 
Matthews Hall [Broadway 

Miles Dennis W., harness-maker, bds. 60 

Miles Edmund, foreman, compositors' de- 
partment University Press, house 4 
Charles River [Broadway 

Miles Elizabeth, widow of Edward, h. 60 

Miles Fernando, foreman River street sta- 
ble U. R. Co., house 134 River 

Miles Frank H., stereotyper University 
Press, h. Crescent, 1st on right from 
Oxford 

Miles Mary Mrs., dressmaker, 199 Cam- 
bridge, house at Charlestown 

Miles Mary, widow of Patrick, house 211 
Franklin [Broadway 

Miles Richard J., brass-finisher, bds. 6() 

Miles Wm. S., engraver (5 Temple place, 
B.), boards 4 Charles River 

Miles, see Myles 

Millan Alexander,fish and oysters, 17 Brat- 
tle, house 12 De Wolf 

Millan Horace E., driver, 502 Main, bouse 
44 Sydney [106 Pearl 

Millard Wm., tinsmith (79 North, B.), h. 

Millen Frederick A., wood-molder, house 
18 Gore 



Millen John, laborer, b. 141 Webster av. 

Millen Thos., laborer, h. 141 Webster av. 

Millen Wm. A., dental student (23 Tre- 
mont, B.), boards 101 Allston 

Millen Wm. H., turner, 624 Main, house 
232 Pearl 

Milieu Wm. J., foreman (land 3 Sudbury, 
B.), house 101 Allston 

MILLER BROTHERS (George H. 
and Frank H. Miller), watches and 

jewelry, 637 Main 
Miller Charles, laborer, h. 401 Cambridge 
Miller Charles, cabinet-maker, 384 Main, 

house 62 Harvard 
Miller Charles jr., turner, rear 380 Main, 

boards 62 Harvard 
Miller Claborn C, carpet-cleaner, house 

rear 33 Hastings 
Miller C. W. Mrs., boards 84 Cambridge' 
Miller Dandridge, laborer, b. 33 Hastings 
Miller Donald, carpenter U. R. Co., Dun- 

ster, house at Somerville 
Miller Ellen, wid. of Geo., h. 7 Appian-way 
Miller Ellis F., undertakers' materials (19 

Washington, B. ), house 13 Roseland 
Miller Fanny W. C. Mrs., h. 122 Hancock 
Miller Frank H. (Miller Bros.), watches 

and jewelry, 637 Main. b. 32 Brookline 
Miller Fredeman, decorator N. E. Glass 

Co., house 106 Spring 
Miller Frederick, cooper, h. 44 Spring 
Miller George G., blacksmith B. & A. R. 

R. (Allston), house 32 Brookline 
Miller George H. (Miller Bros.), watches 

and jewelry, 637 Main, b. 32 Brookline 
Miller Henry S., machinist, b. 32 Brookline 
Miller Ingram B., carpenter, State, house 

7 Appian-way 
Miller James, fireman, bds. 120 Harvard 
Miller James H, blacksmith, h. 18 Upton 
Miller John, foreman C. W. W.,City Hall, 

house 20 Upton 
Miller John, boiler-maker, h. 120 Harvard 
Miller John, house 47 Araory 
Miller John, painter, 642 Main, boards 120 

Harvard 
Miller Joseph A., F. M. Holmes Furniture 

Co., house 58 Thorndike 
Miller Joseph G., clerk John M.Woods, 

boards 11 Leigh ton court 
Miller Martha C, wid. of David, h. 91 Elm 
Miller Robert J., painter, b. 120 Harvard 
Miller Samuel, painter, house 27 Fourth 
Miller Samuel, hostler U. R. Co., Mt. Au- 
burn, b. Joseph Wallace's, Holworthy 
Miller Sidney W., student H. U., boards 

19 Irving 
Miller Stuart C, produce (104 F. H. mar- 
ket, B.), house 122 Hancock 
Miller William, laborer, h. 215 Mt. Auburn 
Miller Wm. F., wood-turner (B. ), house 

62 Harvard 
Miller Wm. G., foreman (Water, corner 

Chamber, Charlestown), h. 9 Franklin 
Miller Wm. H., bookkeeper, h. 133 Spring 
Miller Wm. Martin, piano-hammer maker, 

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Miller Wm. T., cabinet-maker, 384 Main, 

boards 120 Harvard 
Millet Felix, broom-maker, house Dublin, 

near Walden 
Millett Geo. W., printer Riverside Press, 

house 85£ Putnam avenue 
Milligan A., baker, 502 Main 
Milligan Cargill, collector, bds. 97 Spring 
Milligan Daniel EL, shoemaker, 36 Fifth, 

house 159 Norfolk 
Milligan James, tailor (32 School, B.), h. 

28 Fayette 
Milligan John D. (IT. S. N.),b. 28 Fayette 
Milligan William, dentist, 613 Main, bds. 

28 Fayette * 

Milliken Jas. E., express, 12 Brattle and 

(26 Devonshire, B.), h. 8 Mt. Auburn 
Milliken James S. (Texas), house 8 Mt. 

i Auburn 
Millmore Patrick, hostler IT. R. Co., 201 

Main, house 2 Hannum's block, rear 

114 Broadway 
Mills Benj. F., stenographer Riverside 

Press, and stenograph teacher, 111 

Magazine, house do. 
Mills Benj. F., clerk (70 Devonshire, B.), 

boards 64 Winter Iter 

Mills Benj. L., harness maker, b. 64 Win- 
Mills Charles, civil engineer Middlesex 

county, office Court House, Third, h. 

at Somerville 
Mills Charles H., wood engraver (2 Alden 

court, B.), boards 64 Winter 
Mills David S., hatter (377 Washington, 

B.), house 72 Inman 
Mills E. T., student H. IT., rooms 22 Mat- 
thews Hall 
Mills Frank, machinist (81 High, B.), 

house 115 Green 
Mills James, hairdresser (122 Cambridge, 

B.), house 45 Winsor 
Mills Jas. H., cabinet maker, h. 64 Winter 
Mills Jas. H. jr., cane chair seater, boards 

64 Winter 
Mills Wm., carpenter, house 2 Foster 
Mills William jr., teamster, boards 189 

Mt. Auburn 
Milmore Patrick, hostler, house 2 Han- 
num's block, Broadway 
Milne Robert Mrs., house 201 North av. 
Milner Frederick S., carriage painter, 178 

North avenue, house 310 do. 
Milstead Thomas G., student H. IT., bds. 

23 Irving 
Mimneugh Jas., house 219 Cambridge 
Minane John, laborer, h. 7 Maynard place 
Minane Thomas H., granite polisher, bds. 

7 Maynard place 
Minard Althene S., widow of George, 

dressmaker, 17 Magazine, house do. 
Minchon John, boards 5 Prospect 
Mindig Jane, widow of Philip, house 20 

Murdock 
Minehan John, laborer, house IS Reed 
Miner Abbie Miss, house 29 Ash 
Miner Augusta A., widow of Charles, h. 

89 Thorndike 



Miner Catherine, widow, h. 57 Harvard 
Miner E. F., machinist, 72 Main 
Miner Frederick,machinist, b. 9 Broadway 
Miner Fred L., clerk, 161 Cambridge, bds. 

89 Thorndike 
Miner Henry A., apothecary, 161 Cam- 
bridge, house 89 Thorndike 
Miner J., student H. IT., boards 68 Mt. 

Auburn 
Miner Wm., laborer, house 27 Hastings 
Miner Willis, laborer, house 32 Hastings 
Minot Elizabeth, wid. of Geo., house 38 

Concord avenue 
Minott James M., apothecary, 415 and 528 

Cambridge, house at Somerville 
Minskey Frank, laborer, house 14 Winter 
Minturn Robert S., student H. IT., rooms 

8 Holyoke House 
Mirick Augusta G. Mrs., teacher Putnam 

grammar school, h. 139 Thorndike 
Mirick Geo. A., student, b. 139 Thorndike 
Mirick Lelia A. Miss, teacher Putnam 

grammar school, b. 139 Thorndike 
Misener John A.,wood worker, 162 Broad- 
way, house 46 Spruce 
Mitchell Alex., laborer Mt. Auburn ceme- 
tery, h. Huron, n. Lake View avenue 
Mitchell Eliza J., teacher Sargent prima- 
ry school, boards 116 Winsor 
Mitchell Elizabeth Mrs., h. 60 Hastings 
Mitchell Elizabeth H., widow, house 89 
Plymouth [bridge 

Mitchell Fred A., student, b. 79 Cam- 
Mitchell Frederic M., clerk (175 Congress, 

B.). boards 28 Front 
Mitchell George E., stereotyper, boards 

105 Putnam avenue 
Mitchell Geo. L., glass cutter, house 113 

Thorndike 
Mitchell Henry A., house 28 Front 
Mitchell James L., student H. IT., rooms 

30 Divinity Hall 
Mitchell J. Edw., gas-fitter, h. 23 Cherry 
Mitchell J. Frank, foreman of stereo- 
type room Riverside Press, house 221 
Pearl 
Mitchell L. D., box-maker, 3 Hampshire 
Mitchell Mary, widow, house 8 Hastings 
Mitchell Michael, plumber, 157 North av., 
house at Boston [Columbia 

Mitchell Reuben, master mariner, h. 100 
Mitchell Sollace, student H. IT., rooms 21 
Matthews Hall [house do. 

Mitchell Thomas, grocer, 14 Hancock, 
Mitchell Vandal, master mariner, house 

17 Winter 
Mitchell William, harness-maker, Cam- 
bridge, junc. Bridge, h. 116 Winsor 
Mitchell Wm. R., molder, 368 Main, bds. 

180 Green 
Mitiver Noel, laborer, house 113 Spruce 
Mittine Napoleon, laborer, h. 25 Harvey 
Mitton Edw. J., salesman (450 Washing- 
ton, B. ), house 18 Lee 
Mixer C. F. jr., at 139 Broadway, house at 

Arlington 
Modeste Evans, laborer, h. 1 Inman pi. 



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Moeser Geo. H., cigar maker, boards 20 

Hastings 
Moeser Philip, cigar maker,h. 20 Hastings 
Moffat Reuben B., student H. U., rooms 5 
Weld Hall [do. 

Moffatt Patrick, laborer, 368 Main, b. 329 
Moffatt Wm., iron melter, 368 Main, h. 9 

Rogers block, Main 
Mohan Frank, cabinet-maker, h. 18 Union 
Molally S., boiler-maker, 92 Main 
Moller Axle B., clerk (99 Broad, B.), h. 
762 Main 

Moller A. B. Mrs., modiste, 762 Main, 
house do. 

Moller Christian B., furniture, etc., 449 
Main, house 449£ do. 

Molloy Charles H., laborer, house 9 Vine 

Moloney Daniel, tin-plate and sheet-iron 
worker, Otis, corner Eighth, h. do. 

Moloney Philip, shoemaker, 114 Broad- 
way, house do. 

Moloney William A., printer University 
Press, house 19 Baldwin 

Monaghan Bridget Miss, house 8 Fifth 

Monahan Daniel, at H. M. Sawyer's, 
Thorndike 

Monaban Patrick, laborer, house Rolling 
Mill block, Bristol 

Monahan Henry, brakeman B. & A. R. 
R., house 263 Putnam avenue 

Monblo Francis T. N., stoves, 188 Cam- 
bridge, house 87 Vine 

Monier August, carpenter, h. 131 Dublin 

Monihan Michael, laborer, house 17 Cow- 
perthwaite 

Monks Thomas, laborer, bds. 30 Winter 

Monroe Amos, house 63 Auburn 

Monroe Charles W. Mrs., house Sacra- 
mento place, 2d on left 

Monroe Daniel N., teamster, b. 43 Union 

Monroe Harriet 13. Miss, copyist, Otis, 
corner Second, boards at Boston 

Monroe Herbert, clerk (19 Commercial, 
B.), bds. Sacramento pi., last on left 

Monroe. see Munro and Munroe 

Montague Charles Hibbard, clerk (52 In- 
dia, B.), boards 26 Fayette 

Montague Clifton E., clerk (152 Federal, 
B.), boards 89 Winsor 

Montague Edward, at 139 Broadway, 
boards 49 Market 

Montague Samuel L., com. merchant (288 
Atlantic avenue, B. ), and asst. treas. 
Charles River St. Railway, 484 Main, 
house 26 Fayette 

Montague Sarah A. Mrs., fancy goods, 12 
Inman square, house 26 Fayette 

Monte Louis, tinsmith, house 193 Main 

Montgomery Charles S.,real estate agent 
(31 Motte, B.), house 224 Putnam av. 

Montgomery Edward, sawyer, 162 Broad- 
way, boards 119 Winsor 

Montgomery George, city lamplighter, 
house 40 Hampshire 

Montgomery Geo., teamster, b. 69 Spring 

Montgomery James A., laborer, boards 20 
Pioneer avenue 



Montgomery Robert A., printer (238 
Washington, B.), house 11 Rogers 
block, Main 
Montgomery Thomas, city lamplighter 

house 69 Spring 
Montgomery Thomas A., clerk, 9 Bristol, 

boards 40 Hampshire 
Montgomery William G., soap-maker, 

house 193 Broadway 
Montgomery Wm. H.Mrs., express, 506 
and 644 Main, and (10 F. H. square, 
B.), house 22 Brookline 
Montgomery Wm. J., driver Montgomery 

express, 644 Main, bds. 22 Brookline 
Moody B. Appleton, steam piper, 368 

Main, house 120 Magazine 
Moody Charles E., grocer (75 Commercial, 

B.), boards 26 Lee 
Moody John F., machinist, house Gore, 

near railroad crossing 
Moody John H., foreman (238 Washing- 
ton, B. ), house 330 Broadway 
Moody Thomas, hostler, 12 Green, b. do. 
Moody Wm., machinist (53 Beverly, B.), 

house 24 Pearl 
Mooney Alice, widow of Wm. J., house 

183 Columbia 
Mooney Bernard, laborer, b. rear 8 Gore 
Mooney Bernard jr., plumber, h. 15 Vine 
Mooney Daniel, house 107 Tremont 
Mooney Edward, laborer, house 14 East 
Mooney Ellen, widow of Bernard, house 

15 Vine 
Mooney Ellen Mrs., house 5 Linehan's 

block, Third 
Mooney George F., boiler maker, 92 Main, 

house 10 Davis 
Mooney Hugh A., laborer, boards 10 Davis 
Mooney John, laborer, house 6 Hastings 
Mooney John, molder H. M. Bird, Pel- 
ham, boards 10 Davis 
Mooney John A., teamster, h. 15 Vine 
Mooney John E., boarding-house. 5 Linden 
Mooney John M., boots and shoes, 177 

Cambridge, house 73 Third 
Mooney John S., stevedore, h. 114 Harvard 
Mooney Morris, expressman, 69£ Mt> 
Auburn [Hastings 

Mooney Patrick, brass worker, house 6 
Mooney William, polisher, bds. 15 Vine 
Mooney Wm., machinist, 72 Main, board3 

at Boston 
Mooney William L., tinsmith, 502 Main, 

house 456 Cambridge 
Mooney Wm. M. Mrs., h. 2 Hastings sq. 
Moor Clark R. Rev., house 5 Walnut av. 
Moor James C, grocer, 192 Cambridge, 

rooms 141 Otis 
Moor, see Moors 

Moore Alfred, porter, h. 104 Webster av. 
Moore Arthur, flv-finisher, 162 Broadway, 

boards 229 do. 
Moore Charles (Charles Moore & Co.), 
hardware, etc., 8 Brattle, house Lang- 
don, near North avenue 
Moore Charles, grease collector, house 
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MOORE CHARLES & CO. (Chas. 
and Edward R. Moore), hardware, 8 

Brattle 
Moore Charles H., instructor in Drawing 

and Principles of Design H. U., house 

19 Follen 
Moore Charles W. Mrs., house 10 Tremont 
Moore Clarence A., confectionery mnfr., 

602 Main, and (37 Union, B.), rooms 

City bldg., Brattle square 
Moore Cyrus J., clothes cleaner, house 36 

Hastings [39 Hastings 

Moore Daniel, teamster, 168 Main, boards 
Moore David H., musician, house 3 Alls- 
ton court 
Moore Edward R. (Charles Moore & Co.), 

hardware, etc., 8 Brattle, h. 24 Mellen 
Moore Edwin G., bookkeeper (178 Pur- 
chase, B.), house 29 Inman 
Moore Ellen, widow, house 92 Harvard 
Moore Ephraim M., provisions, house 31 

Antrim 
Moore Erasmus D. Rev., house 44 Cottage 
Moore Frank, cabinet-maker, 384 Main, b. 

18 Hampshire . [Waltham 

Moore Frank, packer, 203 Bridge, bds. at 
Moore George A., architect (9 Pemberton 

square, B.), boards 132 Mt. Auburn 
Moore George D., student H. U., rooms 

23 Holyoke House 
Moore Hannah E. Miss, house 47 Magazine 
Moore James, grease collector, house 3 

Essex court 
Moore James, brass-finisher, 368 Main 
Moore James W., bookkeeper (North Mar- 
ket, B.), boards 6 Jay 
Moore Jane, widow of Alexander, house 

rear 41 Clark 
Moore Jane, wid. of Nicholas, h. 17 Gerry 
Moore Jane Miss, dressmaker, 17 Gerry, 

house do. 
Moore Johanna, widow of John, house 98 

Spruce 
Moore John, house rear 131 Columbia 
Moore John A., piano action maker, house 

232 Broadway 
Moore John A., painter, house 22 Lake 
Moore John F., glass cutter, h. 27 West 
Moore Joseph W., provisions (147 Lever- 

ett, B.), house 31 Antrim 
Moore Lucena H. Mrs., house 12 Douglass 
Moore Margaret A., nurse, boards 229 

Broadway 
Moore Martin, laborer John Reardon & 

Sons, house 87 Brookline 
Moore Mary, widow of Edraond J., house 

159 Franklin 
Moore Matthew R., police, station 3, 

house 22 Sixth 
Moore Nancy, widow, house 11 Jay 
Moore Nathaniel, stevedore, h. 173 Elm 
Moore Nicholas, waiter, b. 39 Washington 
Moore Perley D., leather (172 and 178 Pur- 
chase, B.), house 6 River 
Moore Richard M., freight conductor B. 

L. & C. R. R., house 33 Fourth 
Moore Samuel, laborer, house 51 Hastings 



Moore Thomas, teamster, house 12 Short 
Moore William, at 139 Broadway, boards 

43 Clark 
Moore William C, carpenter, house 3 

Rogers block, Main [side pi. 

Moore William C, painter, house 6 River- 
Moore William S., laborer, h. 150 Green 
Moore Wilson Mrs., house 6 Jay 
Moorehouse Daniel, pressman Riverside 

Press, house 39 Erie 
Moorehead John, laborer John Reardon & 

Sons, house 32 Somerset 
Moors John F., student H. XL, rooms 48 

Matthews Hall 
Mora Frank, carpenter, house 28 Baldwin 
Moran Bridget, widow, hous.e 176 Green 
Moran Catherine, widow of Thomas, house 

222 Franklin [Cambridge 

Moran Catherine, wid. of Michael, h. 236 
Moran Chas. P., furniture, 238 Cambridge, 

boards 236 do. 
Moran Edward, horseshoer, house rear 36 

Washington 
Moran Edward, stone-cutter. Gore wharf 
Moran Ellen, widow, house 73 Third 
Moran Frank, blacksmith, house 20 South 
Moran James, machinist, 72 Main 
Moran John, laborer, 169 Gore, and board- 
ing-house, 164 do. 
Moran John, tailor, 49 Cambridge, house 

16 East 
Moran John J., clerk (26 Tremont, B.), 

house 34 Clark 
Moran Joseph, glass-blower N. E. Glass 

Works, house 23 Winter 
Moran Jos. jr., glass worker, h. 36 Winter 
Moran Martin, hen dealer, h. r. 52 Spruce 
Moran Mary, wid. of Thos., h. 55 Charles 
Moran Mary, wid., h. Clay, next Harvey 
Moran Mary, widow, house 20 South 
Moran Michael, coachman, 10 North ave- 
nue, boards do. 
Moran Thomas, hen dealer, house Clay, 

next Harvey 
Moran Thomas, at Am. Tube Works (Som- 

erville), house Holworthy place 
Moran William, coachman William Read, 

house S6 Sparks 
Morande Alex., carpenter, h. 110 Gore 
Morandus George D., hairdresser (West 

Somerville), house 15 Reed 
Morandus John O., hairdresser, 54 Cedar, 

house do. 
Moreland Fred. A., clerk, 472 Harvard, 

boards at Allston 
Moreland John H., foreman University 

Press job room, house at Allston 
Morey Elisha W., oil finisher, 624 Main, 

boards 72 Inman [Gore 

Morey Manuel, cabinet maker, h. rear 23 
Morey Philemon, salesman (10 India, B.), 

rooms 40 Prospect 
Morgan Alfred, picture frames, 906 Main, 

house 16 Winthrop 
Morgan Charles, mariner, house 1 Elmer 
Morgan Fannie, widow of Michael, house 

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Morgan George F., conveyancer Registry 

of Deeds, Otis, c. Second, b. 59 Third 
Morgan Henry, blacksmith, 368 Main, 

house 22 Warren 
Morgan John F., candy-maker, 282 Broad- 
way, boards 22 Brewery [av. 
Morgan John H., cook, house 66 Putnam 
Morgan Joseph F., candy-maker, boards 

26 Brewery 
Morgan Joseph P., hairdresser, 531 Main, 

rooms 567 do. 
Morgan Nellie Mrs., house 3 Rogers block 
Morgan Thomas H., jig sawyer, 162 Broad- 
way, house 9 Suffolk 
Moriarty Bridget, widow, house Belmont, 

near Reed 
Moriarty Chas., painter, b. 452 Broadway 
Moriarty Henry M., action maker, 162 

Broadway, house at Maiden 
Moriarty John P., blacksmith, 72 Main, 

house 10 Murdock 
Moriarty Mary, widow, h. 452 Broadway 
-Uoriarty Patrick H., salesman, 7 Harvard 

square, house 14 Farwell place 
Moring Anna L. Mrs., house 12 Quincy 
Moring Charles F., house 12 Quincy 
Morley Jeremiah, watchman U. R. Co., 

Eighth, house 22 Hunting 
Morley John F., shoemaker, 15 Carson, 

house do. [Irving 

Morley Mary A., widow of Thomas, h. 23 
Moroney George H., sand-paperer, 624 

Main, b. 2 Rogers blk., Washington 
Moroney Mary, widow, house 2 Rogers 

block, Washington 
Morrill Alfred (Morrill & Allen), steam 

engines, 356 Main, boards 10 Village 
Morrill Alzada Miss, music teacher, bds. 

12 Village 
Morrill A. E. Mrs., matron Epis. Theo. 

School, rooms 12 Lawrence Hall 
Morrill Charles W. K., student Episcopal 

Theological School, Brattle, rooms 

8 Lawrence Hall 
Morrill Daniel K., wheelwright, 3 River, 

house 12 Village 
Morrill Dexter J., express, house 15 Grant 
Morrill John L., clerk, 168 Gore, boards 

105 Spring 
Morrill Leonard, house 35 Front 
Morrill Samuel H., student H. U., rooms 

68 Mt. Auburn 
Morrill William F., carpenter, house 58 

Mt. Auburn 

MORRILL & ALLEX (Alfred Mor- 
rill and Albert F. Alien), steam en- 
gines, etc., 356 Main 

Morris A. Hennen, student H. XL, bds. 11 
Everett 

Morris Chas. P., laborer, 12 Brattle, boards 
162 Hampshire 

Morris Emery T. (107 Milk, B.), house 162 
Hampshire 

Morris George H., cabinet-maker, rear 
Rhoades bldg., State, h. at Boston 

Morris James H., laborer, boards 1 Nor- 
folk court 



Morris John, baker, h. Bristol, n. Webster 
avenue [bia 

Morris John T., clerk (B.),h. Ill Colum- 
Morris Joseph, hairdresser, 265 Cam- 
bridge, boards do. 
Morris Manwell. brush-maker, 32 First, 

rooms rear 96 Gore 
Morris Mary J., widow of William R., 
dressmaker, 162 Hampshire, house do. 
Morris Thomas F., brass-finisher, house 

Bristol, near Webster avenue 
Morris Wm , hostler U. R. Co., house Au- 
burn place [Amory 
Morris William H., carpenter, house 55 
Morrison Alexander, laborer, boards 47 

Harding 
Morrison Asa L., reed-maker, 162 Broad- 
way, boards 136 Spring [way 
Morrison A. T., candy-maker, 282 Broad- 
Morrison Daniel W.. collector (40 Court, 

B.), house 10 J Western avenue 

Morrison Edward H., clerk, bds. 9 Felton 

Morrison George A. (Whorf & Morrison), 

fish and oysters, 28 Central square, 

house 40 Sidney 

Morrison G. B., student H. IL, rooms 7 

Holworthy Hall 
Morrison Harland P., butter and cheese 
(14 New F. H. market, B.), h. 18 Avon 
Morrison Henry, bookkeeper, Western av., 
boards 42 River [h. 18 Avon 

Morrison James, grocer (41 Portland, B.), 
Morrison John, laborer, h. 36 Harvard 
Morrison Michael, candy-maker,282 Broad- 
way [b. 40 Austin 
Morrison Neil C, wheelwright, 448 Main, 
Morrison Sarah C. , widow of John, house 

18 Avon 
Morrison Sarah E. Mrs., h. 136 Spring 
Morrison William A., house 9 Felton 
Morrissey Andrew,bricklayer, h. 12 Eighth 
Morrissey Elizabeth A., widow of John S., 

house 174 Gore 
Morrissey George A., hostler, h. 51 Clark 
Morrissey John, laborer, house 79 Spruce 
Morrissey Michael, laborer, h. 79 Spruce 
Morrissey Sarah, widow of Thomas, house 

174 Gore 
Morrow Francis A., printer (117 Franklin, 

B.), house 240 Franklin 
Morrow Harry, hack-driver, 43 Cambridge, 

rooms S4 do. 
Morse Albert D., paper-hanger, house 24 

Hubbard avenue 
Morse Asa P., shook mnfr. (27 Doane,B.), 

house 81 Magazine 
Morse Charles E., bookbinder Riverside 

Press, house 103 Pleasant 

Morse Charles F., student H. U., rooms 35 

College House [30 Rice 

Morse Cyrus B., conductor U. R. Co., h. 

Morse Cyrus E, bookbinder Riverside 

Press, rooms 20 Watson 
Morse Edward H., clerk, bds. 62 Wright 
Morse Edwin T., photographer, Main, c. 

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Morse Francis A., harness-maker U. R. 

Co., Dunster, boards 62 Wright 
Morse George, upholsterer, h. 24 Donnell 
Morse George A., harness-maker, Palmer, 

house 62 Wright 
Morse George E., house 99 Auburn 
Morse George H., laborer, 162 Broadway, 

house 45 Tremont 
Morse Hattie Miss, house 187 Hampshire 
Morse Henry L., salesman (42 Summer, 

B.l, house 75 North avenue 
Morse Herbert, at 139 Broadway, house at 

Somerville 
Morse Horace A., express driver, Lyceum 

building, Harvard square, house 9 

Charles River 
TITORSE ISAAC S., attorney (266 
1)1 Washington, cor. Water, B.), house 

371 Harvard 
Morse James B., house 17 DeWolf 
Morse James Drummond, book-finisher 

Riverside Press, house 13£ Franklin 
Morse Jas. D., paper-ruler, h. 4(55 Main 
Morse Kate E., widow of F. H, house 154 

Mt. Auburn [20 Jay 

Morse Kendall, hostler, 70 Norfolk," house 
Morse Orrin A., officer House of Correc- 
tion, house 103 Cambridge 
Morse Peter, brick-maker, house Walden, 

between Garden and Dublin 
Morse Timothy D., umbrella-maker, 1 Aus- 
tin, house 30 Eighth 
Morse Wm. Frank, clerk,house 99 Auburn 
Morson Chas. R., carpenter, house 482 

Cambridge 
Morss Chas. H., assistant in Biology H. 

U., rooms 7 Thayer Hall 
Morss John W., student H. U., rooms 25 

Gray's Hall [Vine 

Mortenson Mary, widow of Geo. T., h. 24 
Morton Edward, waiter Memorial Hall 
Morton Frederick W., student H. XL, h. 

27 Mellen [ram en to 

Morton Geo. B., organ maker, h. 38 Sac- 
Morton Ira A., 593^ Main, house rear 7 

Pleasant place [Hunting 

Mosher Alfred, cooper, 130 Gore, house 3 
Mosher A. M. Mrs., house 880 Main 
Mosher E. F., at 54 Bridge 
Mosher John X., teamster, h. 61 Cherry 
Moss Ellen E., wid. of Daniel, house Pel- 
ham, corner Broadway 
Moss Pitsfield, student H. XL, rooms 21 

Holyoke House 
Moss Thos., boiler-maker, bds. 1 Pelham 
Mossey Edward, laborer, house 3 Web- 
ster avenue 
Moultman Robert, gardener, house Hol- 

worthy, near Locust 
Moulton Charles H. (Moulton & Sadler), 

clocks, etc., 190 Cambridge, house 57 

Sixth 
Moulton Chas. H., clerk (43 Devonshire, 

B.), boards 10 Garden 
Moulton Charles W. H. (C. W. H. Moul- 

ron & Co.), ladders, etc., Gore, near 

Sixth, house 131 Thorudike 



Moulton Claudius B., shirt and overall 
manufacturer (85 Water, B.), house 
Mt. Pleasant, corner Walden 
Moulton C. J. B., collector, h. 872 Main 
Moulton C. Warren, salesman (2 Liberty 

square, B.), house 21 Inman 
Moulton C. W. H. & Co. (Charles W. H. 

Moulton), ladders, Gore, near Sixth 
Moulton Elizabeth C, widow of Joel, h. 

44 Holyoke 
Moulton Franklin W. , student H. XL, 

rooms 27 Little's block 

Moulton John G., piano maker, 624 Main, 

house 150 Prospect [Mellen 

Moulton Sarah H., wid. of Sullivan, b. 37 

Moulton & Sadler (Chas. H. Moulton and 

James M. Sadler), clocks, etc., 190 

Cambridge [burn 

Mounce Hedlay, carpenter, b. 88 Mt. Au- 

Mt. Auburn Cemetery, Mt. Auburn, near 

Watertown line, H. B. Mackintosh, 

treas., J. Harris Peed, sec, office (16 

Pemberton square, B.) 

Mt. Auburn Conservatory, Brattle, near 

Mt. Auburn 
Mt. Auburn Marble and Granite Works, 
opp. Mt. Auburn cemetery, A. Mc- 
Donald, proprietor 
Mousley E. J. Mrs., millinery, 248 North 

avenue, house do. 
Mowll Chas. F., clerk, 15S Cambridge, 
house 124 Otis [h. 815 Main 

Mowry Lottie C, widow of Albert E., 
Mowry Smith A., boards 815 Main 
Moy James, house 41 Garden 
Moylan Mary, widow of Michael, black- 
smith, house Spring, corner Eighth 
Moynahan Daniel, laborer, house 9 Short 
Moyuahan Daniel, night watchman E. R. 

R., house 15 Winter 
Moynahan Humphrey, bds. rear 6 North 
Moynahan Jeremiah, house 193 Norfolk 
Moynaban Jeremiah jr. (Moynahan & 

Co.), 457 Cambridge, h. 193 Norfolk 
Moynahan Michael, tin peddler, house 
193 Norfolk [6 North 

Moynahan Patrick, glass worker, b. rear 
Moynahan & Co. (Jere. Moynahan jr. and 
Thos. F. Rafferty), stoves, etc., 457 
Cambridge 
Moynihan Patrick Mrs., h. rear 6 North 
Mugridge Harriet A., widow of Joseph, 

house Fresh Pond Hotel 
Mugridge Louis J., machinist (84 Kings- 
ton, B.), boards Fresh Pond Hotel 
Mukes Burrill, laborer, house 53 Portland 
Mulcahy Jeremiah, tailor, 430 Main, house 

end of Bennett 
Mulcahy John, currier, h. 348 North av. 
Mulcahy John F.,grocer,188 Norfolk,h.do. 
Mulcahy John F., teamster, h. 185 Norfolk 
Mulcahy Nicholas, currier, house 45 Reed 
Mulcahy Patrick, currier, h. rear 45 Reed 
Mulcahy Patrick, laborer, b. 23 Brighton 
Mulcahy Thos. J., machinist, 368 Main, 

boards 238 Broadway 
Muldoon Mary, wid. of Wm., h. 13 Warren 



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Mukloon William H., restaurant, 165£ 

Cambridge, house 165 do. 
Mulford Elisha Rev., house 35 Bowdoin 
Mulherin Eliza Miss, dressmaker, house 

25 Bow 
Mulhern Chas., carpenter, b. 23 Hunting 
Mulhern Chas. R., laborer, bds. 49 Clark 
Mulhern Ellen, widow of Patrick, house 

49 Clark 
Mulhern James, sawyer, h. 107 Spring 
Mulhern James, carpenter, b. 23 Hunting 
Mulhern Mary, wid.of Geo.,h. 23 Hunting 
Mulholland Michael, h. 40 Brookline 
Mull Frederick, restaurant (157 Shawmut 

av., B.), house 150 Spring 
Mullans Edw., laborer, house 59 Fifth 
Mullen Ann, wid. of Robert, h.8 Jefferson 
Mullen Ann Miss,variety store, 17 Fourth, 

house do. 
Mullen David, house 9 Bow 
Mullen George J., plasterer, house 1 Em- 
erson block, Crescent avenue 
Mullen Hugh, hostler, Bay, cor. Green, h. 

162 Green [Harding 

Mullen James J., cabinet-maker, bds. 34 
Mullen James W., carpenter B. L. & C. 

K. R., house 173 Bridge 
Mullen John, laborer, house 19 Porter 
Mullen Joseph, peddler, h. 34 Jefferson 
Mullen Joseph, laborer, 91 Broadway, 

house do. 
Mullen J. Edward, clerk (477 Washington, 

B.), boards 9 Bow 
Mullen Malachi, watchman, 368 Main, h. 

196 Green 
Mullen Margaret, widow of James, house 

34 Harding 
Mullen Martin, laborer, b. 91 Broadway 
Mullen Michael, laborer, h. 6 Hayes court 
Mullen Nicholas, at X. E. Glass Works, 

house 177 Cambridge 
Mullen Patrick, pressman (32 Hawley, 

B.), house 168 Franklin 
Mullen Robert, laborer, house 93 Spring 
Mullen Thomas, laborer, h. 91 Broadway 
Mullen Thomas, boiler-maker. 72 Main 
Mullen Thomas, teamster, 28 Bridge, h. 

3 Fifth 
Mullen Thomas F., brush-maker, boards 

177 Cambridge 
Mullen William B., action maker, 113 

Broadway, house 41 Winsor 
Mullen William H., at 54 Bridge, house 4 

Jefferson 
Mullen William N., 203 Bridge, boards 177 

Cambridge 
Mullen, see Mullin 

Miiller Albert J., peddler, house 89 Third 
Miiller Bros. (William, Henry and Chris- 
tian Miiller), tanners and curriers, 

Tannery (169 Summer, B.) 
Miiller Catherine, widow of Frederick, 

house 89 Third 
Miiller Charles, instrument-maker, boards 

155 Otis 
Miiller Christian (Miiller Bros.), tanner, 

Tannery, house Tannery, 1st on left 



Miiller Edward, bookkeeper Miiller Bros., 
Tannery, b. Siloam Muller's, Tannery 

Miiller Henry (Miiller Bros.), tanner, Tan- 
nery, house 388 North avenue 

Miiller Siloam, widow of William, house 
Tannery, 4th on left 

Miiller William (Miiller Bros.), tanner, 
Tannery, house at Arlington 

Mullett Frank B., foreman of teamsters, 
113 Broadway, house 59 Hampshire 

Mullett Frank F.. confectioner, 6U2 Main, 
house 15 Suffolk 

Mullett Lucy Mrs., nurse, h. 126 Spring 

Mullett Susan, widow of John, boarding- 
house 39 Brighton 

Mullett Walter A., confectioner, 503 Main, 
boards 542 do. 

Mullett William, sergeant of police, sta- 
tion 3, house 177 Otis 

Mullett William H., engineer University 
Press, house 800 Main 

Mulligan Catherine, widow of Thomas, 
house 10 North 

Mulligan John, laborer, 172 Pearl, house 
rear 24 Decatur 

Mulligan John, brass-molder, 368 Main, 
house 1 Front street court 

Mulligan John, laborer, boards 176 Gore 

Mulligan John jr.. laborer John Reardon 
& Sons, boards rear 24 Decatur 

Mulligan 'Ihomas E., laborer, 172 Pearl, 
house rear 24 Decatur 

Mullikeu Harriet, widow of Edward, h. 
1 Davenport 

Mullikeu John E. A., clerk, 28 Bridge, 
boards at Lexington 

Mullikeu Nelson C, boards 1 Davenport 

Mulliken William H., bookkeeper, 68 
Bridge, boards at Lexington 

Mullin Christopher,watchman J. H. Eames, 
foot Pacific, house 9 Lopez 

Mullin George, machinist, h. 40 Brookline 

Mullin James H., express, bds. 41 Winsor 

Mullin John, car inspector, B. L. & C. R. 
R., house 16 Cambridge 

Mullin John, laborer, house 5 Vine 

Mullin Patrick, laborer, house 7 Carson 

Mullin Peter, grocer, 54 Putnam avenue, 
house 2J9 do. 

Mullin William B , piano-key finisher, 
boards 41 Winsor 

Mullin William H., key-maker, 139 Broad- 
way, house 41 Winsor 

Mullin, see Mullen 

Mullins Hugh J., hack-driver, h. 57 Charles 

Mullins James, printer, h. 32 Somerset 

Mullins John, laborer, house 7 Murdock 

Mullins Thomas, broker and grocer, 17 
Third, house 21 do. 

Mulloney Ellen T., widow of John, house 
14 Brookline 

Mulloney John D., telegraph operator 
(State, B.), boards 14 Brookline 

Mulloney Mary E. Miss, teacher Gore pri- 
mary school, boards 14 Brookline 

Mulready Patrick, hostler, 229 Cambridge, 
house at Somerville 



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Mulrey Michael, laborer, house 20 Foster, 
Mulrey Patrick J., stone-cutter (Brigh- 
ton), house foot of Holworthy 
Mulvahill Jeremiah, laborer, house 203 

Franklin 
Mulvahill Kate, widow, house 242 Franklin 
Mulvaney Morris, laborer, house 42 Gore 
Mulvaney Simon, laborer, boards 42 Gore 
Mumford James G., student II. U., rooms 

I Matthews Hall 

Mumford William W., student H. U., 

rooms 10 Holworthy Hall 
Mumler Chester F., boards 12 Wendell 
Mumler John F., electrotype finisher. 

University Press, house 12 Wendell 
Mumyer Michael, laborer, h. 2 Stevens ct. 
Munday Patrick, stone-cutter, h. 4 Gore 
Mundy John F. Rev., asst. pastor Saint 

Mary's church, house 55 Norfolk 
Mungen Henry, waiter Memorial Hall 
Munnion Anthony, teamster, boards rear 

29 Bolton 
Munnion Catharine, widow of Frank, h. 

rear 29 Bolton 
Munnion Michael, laborer, h. 18 Railroad 
Munnion Patrick, laborer, h. 125 Dublin 
Munnion Patrick, laborer, h. 132 Dublin 
Munroe Charles, grocer, 11 Webster av., 

house do. 
Munroe Charles, janitor City building, 

Brattle square, house 19 Eliot 
Munroe Charles H., 419 Main, h. 8 Elm 
Munroe Charles W., treas., Russ Molding 

Co., house Francis avenue 
Munroe Emma F. Miss, teacher High 

school, boards 127 Cambridge 
Munroe Enoch, wheelwright, 52 Cam- 
bridge, house 127 do. 
Munroe Eunice M., widow of Henry P., h. 

64 Pearl 
Munroe Francis E., boards 64 Pearl 
Munroe George H., reed-maker, 162 Broad- 
way, boards 127 Cambridge 
Munroe George H., boards 35 Dunster 
Munroe Henry A., boards 111 Cambridge 
Munroe James A., bookkeeper (20 Dock 
square, B. ), boards Philip Nutting's, 
Nutting place 
Munroe Minnie F. Miss, teacher private 

school, boards 127 Cambridge 
Munroe Nathaniel, asst. receiver U. R. 

Co., house 16 Wallace 
Munroe Nathaniel W., saloon, 111 Cam- 
bridge, house do. 
Munroe Philip C, express, order box 
(Faneuil Hall square, B. ), and grocer, 

II Webster avenue, house do. 
Munroe Sarah R. M., widow of James, 

house 71 North avenue 
Munroe Susan Mrs., house 35 Dunster 
Munroe William A., lawyer (35 Court, 

room 2, B.), h. Chestuut, cor. Acorn 
Munroe William H., treas. N. E. Glass Co., 

North, cor. Water, office (4 P. O. sq., 

B.), house at Lexington 
Munroe, see also Monroe 
Muns James, laborer, h. 37 Hampshire 



Munsell John, machinist B. L. & C. R.R., 

house 18 Leighton court 
Munsil Milton, laborer, boards 17 Banks 
Murch Charles W., teamster, house 142 

Thorndike 
Murdock Frank R., carpenter, house 89 

Western avenue 
Murdock Frank R., confectionery and 

fruit, 155 Cambridge, h. 15 Magee 
Murdock George W. T., clerk, boards 15 

Magee 
Murdock Maria Miss, house 661 Main 
Murdock Robert A., clerk (80 Summer, 

B.), boards 15 Magee 
Murdock Walter H., florist, 46 Grigg, h.do. 
Murdock William J., bricklayer, house 

rear 52 Spruce 
Murdock Wm. R., carpenter, h. 15 Magee 
Murley David, laborer, house 7 Hastings 
Murnan John, laborer, Cambridge ceme- 
tery, house Maynard place 
Murnighan James, grease peddler, house 

21 Porter 
Murphy Bridget, widow of John, house 

Montgomery, 2d from Spruce 
Murphy Catherine, widow of Michael, h. 

12 McCabe 
Murphy Catherine, widow of Patrick, h. 

241 Mt. Auburn 
Murphy Cornelius, laborer, h. 22 Hayes ct. 
Murphy Cornelius, laborer, h. 8 Harding 
Murphy Cornelius, driver U. R. Co., bds. 

91 Tremont 
Murphy Cornelius, laborer, b. 22 Carson 
Murphy Cornelius A., wood engraver, b. 

Ellen Murphy's, Belmont 
Murphy Daniel, engineer, 92 Main, house 

75 Hastings 
Murphy Daniel, laborer, 169 Gore, house 

rear 23 Carson 
Murphy Daniel, carpenter, house 11 West 
Murphy Daniel, action-maker, 162 Broad- 
way, boards 10 Antrim 
Murphy Daniel, laborer, bds. 8 Harding 
Murphy Daniel, laborer, house 54 North 
Murphy Daniel C, brass-finisher, house 

16 Antrim 
Murphy David, laborer, boards 8 Reed 
Murphy Dennis, hostler, h. 95 Kinnaird 
Murphy Dennis, sexton Church of the Sa- 
cred Heart, house 78 Vine 
Murphy Dennis, laborer, bds. 139 Bridge 
Murphy Edward A., clerk, h. 66 Spring 
Murphy Ellen, wid. of Michael, h.66Spring 
Murphy Ellen, widow of Cornelius, house 

Belmont, corner Reed 
Murphy Ellen, widow of John, house rear 
14 Seventh [shire 

Murphy Francis C, waiter, h. 188 H amp- 
Murphy Frederick, boiler-maker, 92 Main 
Murphy Honora, widow, h. 14 Hayes ct. 
Murphy James, coachman, 8 Highland, 

boards do. 
Murphy James, furniture mover, Pros- 
pect, cor. Main, house 251 Franklin 
Murphy James,laborer, house rear 25 Cow- 
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Murphy James, laborer, boards 4 Water 
Murphy James, laborer, h. rear 10 Third 
Murphy James, house 27 Banks 
Murphy James, laborer, bds. 139 Bridge 
Murphy James, laborer, house 1 Bedford 
Murphy James Mrs., house Moore's block, 

rear 213 Mt Auburn 
Murphy James I., constable and collector, 

house 110 Fourth, 
Murphy James J., laborer, h. 162 Norfolk 
Murphy Jeremiah, city teamster, house 89 

Brookline [Norfolk 

Murphy Jeremiah, engineer, house 166£ 
Murphy Jeremiah, paver, h. 93 Tremont 
Murphy Jeremiah, grocer, 187 Dublin, 

house do. 
Murphy Jeremiah, house 8 Harding 
Murphy Jeremiah, laborer, house 8 Reed 
Murphy Jeremiah, tailor, 453 Main, house 

99 Kinniard 
Murphy John, laborer, h. 2 Norfolk court 
Murphy John, house 200 Dublin 
Murphy John, blacksmith, Palmer, near 

Church, house rear 249 Franklin 
Murphy John, laborer, 211 Bridge, house 

8 North 
Murphy John, boiler-maker, boards 10 

Broadway [house Ninth 

Murphy John, case-maker, 162 Broadway, 
Murphy JohD, cotton sampler (79 Milk, 

B. ), house 15 Leighton court 
Murphy Johu, laborer, house 8 Jefferson 
Murphy John, carpenter, house 1 Union 
Murphy John, teamster, 368 Main, house 

" 177 do. 
Murphy John, laborer, h. 220 Franklin 
Murphy John, gardener Edmund Rear- 
don, house 27 Decatur 
Murphy John, laborer, house 39 Banks 
Murphy John, laborer, house 3 Tuttle 
Murphy John, laborer, house 7 McCabe 
Murphy John, laborer, h. Dublin, 3d from 

Wyatt's brick yard 
Murphy Johu. laborer, h. 163 Franklin 
Murphy John, laborer, b. Mrs. Bridget 

Murphy's, Montgomery, 2d fm. Spruce 
Murphy John, laborer, house 29 Porter 
Murphy John, hostler U. R. Co., Dunster, 

house 22 Charles River 
Murphy John, cooper, house 34 Jefferson 
Murphy John, blacksmith U. R. Co., Dun- 
ster, house 12 Appian-way 
Murphy John, pork-curer, bds. Jeremiah 

Denahy's, Eighth, near Spring 
Murphy John, shoemaker, 577 Main, 

house rear 6 Lopez 
Murphy John, laborer, house 194 Bridge 
Murphy John jr., laborer, house 8 North 
Murphy John F., hairdresser, 350 North 

avenue, boards 39 Harvey 
Murphy John H., butcher, h. r. 145 Gore 
Murphy John H., butcher, 168 Gore, h. 

29 Seventh [Franklin 

Murphy John J., brass finisher, house 240 
Murphy John J., clerk, 428 Cambridge, 

house do. 
Murphy John J., teamster, b. 127£ Bridge 



Murphy John J., undertaker, 203 Bridge, 

boards 66 Spring 
Murphy John J., harness maker, 132 

Bridge, house do. 
Murphy John P., peddler, house 241 Mt. 
Auburn [Willow 

Murphy John T., cooper, house rear 45 
Murphy Julia, widow of Michael, dress- 
maker, house 3 Lechmere place 
Murphy Margaret, widow of John F., 

house 74 Spruce 
Murphy Martin, lahorer, house 124 Spruce 
Murphy Mary, widow of James, house 18 

Water 
Murphy Mary, wid. of John, h. 32 Charles 
Murphy Mary, wid. of Wm., h. 91 Tremont 
Murphy Mary Mrs., house 25 Harvey 
Murphy Mary, widow, h. 105 Portland 
Murphy Mary T. (Kennedy & Murphy), 

251 Broadway, house do. 
Murphy Matthew, cabinet maker (B.), h. 

96 Spring 
Murphy Maurice, laborer, house 49 Cedar 
Murphy Maurice F., laborer, bds. 8 Reed 
Murphy Michael, laborer, house 15 Vine 
Murphy Michael, foundryman,b. 34 Banks 
Murphy Michael, laborer, house 21 Carson 
Murphy Michael J., gardener, house 19 

Sparks street place 
Murphy Michael W., h. 177£ Harvard 
Murphy M., blacksmith, 72 Main 
Murphy Nicholas, spring maker, 12 Gore, 

house at Somerville 
Murphy Patrick, laborer, house 192 Bridge 
Murphy Patrick,slate tender (142 Charles, 

B.), house Seventh 
Murphy Patrick, house 9 Hunting 
Murphy Patrick, laborer, h. 34 Charles 
Murphy Patrick, laborer, h. 4 Jefferson 
Murphy Patrick, laborer, house 108 Third 
Murphy Patrick, milkman, boards 43 Pine 
Murphy Patrick A., glass maker, house 52 
Charles [14 East 

Murphy Patrick H., laborer E. R. R., h. 
Murphy Peter P., cabinet maker, 124 Har- 
vard, house 3 Union 
Murphy Phillip F. (Brown, Murphy & 
Thorndike), window shades, Blanche 
and (46 Temple pi., B.), h.259 Sidney 
Murphy Thomas, lithographer Riverside 

Press, house 33 Blackstone 
Murphy Thos., laborer, house 8 Harding 
Murphy Thomas, painter, house 24 Som- 
erset [Hayes court 
Murphy Thomas, stone-mason, house 16 
Murphy Thomas, teamster, 125 Bridge, 

house 127£ do. 
Murphy Thomas J., laborer, h. 92 Third 
Murphy Thomas M., brush-maker, 12 Gore, 

boards 56 Second 
Murphy Timothy, mason, h. 10 Antrim 
Murphy Timothy, laborer, h. 213 Franklin 
Murphy Timothy J., carver, 54 Bridge, 

boards at Boston 
Murphy V., boiler maker, 72 Main 
Murphy William, laborer U. R. Co., house 
151 Franklin 



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Murphy William, glass-blower, house 91 

Tremont 
Murphy William J., harness maker. Cam- 
bridge, junc. Bridge, house 15 Third 
Murphy William J., stamper, 153 Putnam 

avenue, house 126$ Green 
Murray Bros. (Peter and. Martin Murray), 

confectioners, 121 Cambridge 
Murray Catherine, widow of James H., 

house 40 Gore 
Murray Dennis J., gardener, h. 134 Bridge 
Murray Eliza H., widow of James, house 

2S Pelham 
Murray Elizabeth Mrs., house 59 Fifth 
Murray George, carpenter, 634 Main, house 

69 Western avenue 
Murray George, engineer, house 12 Front 
Murray George jr., machinist, 368 Main, 

house 418 do. 
Murray George E., laborer B. L. & C. R. 

R., boards 40 Gore 
Murray Henry A., pattern-maker, 368 

Main, house 33 Pleasant 
Murray Hugh, iron-worker, 17 Main, house 

28 Harvard 
Murray Isaac, waiter, house 111 Columbia 
Murray Jacob L., waiter, b. 39 Washington 
Murray James A., pattern-maker, house 

12 Douglass 
Murray James H., tinsmith, 153 Putnam 

avenue, house 273 do. [Spring 

Murray James E., police, station 2, h. 75 
Murray Jeremiah, piano-polisher, house 

22 Harrison 
Murray John, laborer, h. 2 Pioneer av. 
Murray John, roofer, basement 604 Main, 

house 17 Walnut court 
Murray John, sand-paperer, 54 Bridge h. 

at Somerville 
Murray John A., machinist, 72 Main, 

house 3 Broadway 
Murray John F., captain of police, station 

3, house 121 Winsor 
Murray John J., blacksmith, 17 Main, h. 

atEast Boston 
Murray John L., machinist, 368 Main, bds. 

12 Front 
Murray John M., machinist, bds. 418 Main 
Murray Julia, widow of Thomas, house 5 

Linehan block, Third 
Murray Kate A. Miss, dressmaker, 488 

Cambridge, house do. 
Murray Martin (Murray Bros.), confec- 
tioner. 121 Cambridge, h. at Somerville 
Murray Michael, veterinary surgeon, 1 

Vine, boards 3 do. [Hastings 

Murray Patrick, helper, 17 Main, house 2 
Murray Patrick, laborer, h. 2 Hastings 
Murray Patrick, laborer, hou^e 33 Winter 
Murray Patrick F., plumber, 5 Brattle, 

boards 33 Winter 
Murray Peter, laborer, h. rear 52 Charles 
Murray Peter (Murray Bros.), confection- 
er, 121 Cambridge, h. at Somerville 
Murray Richard T., sawyer, house 498 

Cambridge [Boston 

Murray Thomas, helper, 17 Main, h. at 



Murray Thomas, clerk F. R. R., house 162 

Norfolk [108 Cambridge 

Murray Thomas, foreman, 168 Gore. bds. 
Murray Thomas, teamster, 28 Bridge, h. 

20 North 
Murray Wm., cabinet-maker F. M. Holmes 

Furniture Co., house at Melrose 
Murray William, express, b. 8 Mt. Auburn 
Murray Wm. H. (Murray & McMenimen), 

painter, 44 Gore', house 291 Cambridge 
Murray & McMenimen (Wm. H. Murray 

and Charles E. McMenimen), painters, 

44 Gore [Fifth 

Murtaugh Daniel, furniture polisher, h. 98 
Murtaugh Patrick, painter, h. 24 Jefferson 
Muzzey Artemus B., clergyman, boards 

60 Brattle 
Muzzey David P., secretary Overseers of 

the Poor, Central square building, 

Western avenue, boards 42 Pearl 
Muzzey George E., conductor U. R. Co., 

house Frank, 7th on left 
Muzzey Henry W., lawyer (62 Sears bldg., 

B.), h. Mt. Auburn, cor. Coolidge av. 
Myers August,baker, Fourth, c. Vine,h. do. 
Myers Bernard, baker, 442 Cambridge, 

house do. [do. 

Myers George B., clerk, 71 Cambridge, b. 
Myers James J., lawyer (39 Court, B.), 

rms. 3 Wadsworth House.Harvard sq. 
Myers Mary E., widow of Godfrey, saloon, 

71 Cambridge, house do. 
Myers Sophia M. Mrs., h. 39 Sacramento 
Myers Thomas, japanner, h. 112 Pearl 
Myers, see Meyer [Austin 

Myles Thomas F., tailor, 547 Main, h. 23 
Myles, see Miles 
Myrtle Daniel, laborer, h. 53 Hastings 

NAGLE ELIZABETH MRS., house 58 

North avenue 
Nagle Garrett, harness-cleaner, 565| Main, 

house 18 Lopez 
Nagle Garrett Edward, student H. U., 

boards 58 North avenue [Lopez 

Nagle James, piano-maker, 624 Main. b. 18 
Nagle John, spring-bed maker, 386 Main, 

house rear 44 Washington 
Nagle Wm. H , organ-polisher, 624 Main, 

boards 18 Lopez 
Nagle Wm. M.. student, b. 58 North av. 
Nash Elizabeth Mrs., dressmaker, house 

23 Trowbridge 
Nash Frank E., teamster, h. 24 Holyoke 
Nash George, florist, 365 Harvard, house 

23 Trowbridge 
Nash George A., bookkeeper {6Q State, 

B.), boards 202 Putnam avenue 
Nash George W., medical student H. U., 

boards 23 Trowbridge 
Nash Howard D., lawyer (19 Congress, 

B. ), boards 281 North avenue 
Nash James (U. S. N.), h. 322 North av. 
Nash Jeremiah, confectioner, 9 Prospect, 

boards 10 do. 
Nash John, hostler, h. 195 Mt. Auburn 
Nash John H.. boards 23 Trowbridge 



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Nash Nathaniel C, student H. U., rooms 

34 Matthews Hall 

Nash Samuel, boards 63 Prospect 
Nash Thomas C. W., florist, 209 Cam- 
bridge, boards 23 Trowbridge 
Nash Walter (Thomas Smith & Co.), 

butcher, Jackson, boards 31 Harvey 
Nasou Catherine P. Miss, house 4 Rice 
Nason Edward C, foreman F. M. Holmes 

Furniture Co., house 10 Houghton 
Nason Eliza W., nurse, house 84 Spring 
Nason Mary E. Miss, teacher Thorndike 

grammar school, b. 7 Cambridge (B.) 
Nason William A., lawyer (B.), boards 108 

Cambridge 
Nason Zachariah, carpenter, h. 5 Kinnaird 
Natale Emma, widow of John, house 14 

Rockwell 
Natale Joseph, bookbinder (Federal, B.), 

boards 14 Rockwell 
Natale Wm., bookbinder, bds. 14 Rockwell 

NATION A li CITY BANK OF 
CAMBRIDGE, Henry B. Davis, 
cashier, 553 Main 
Navy Ann O. Mrs., house 14 Jay 
Nay Carrie M. S., music teacher, boards 

35 Inman [Bigelow 
Nay Frank T., clerk, 655 Main, house 36 
Nay Isaac A., provisions (46 Quincy mar- 
ket. B.), house 35 Inman 

Nay Mary J., widow of Samuel F., h. 127 

Prospect [h. 34 Lee 

Nazro Charles G., broker (54 Kilby B.), 
Nazro Julius M., notary public (54 Kilby, 

B.), boards 34 Lee 
Neal Frederick, tinman, 153 Putnam av., 

boards 42 River 
Neal Luther, machinist, house 9 Sidney 
Neal Sarah A., widow of Samuel, house 

23 Sacramento 
Neal Theodore A., upholsterer, house 

2 Ballord place 
Neal William H., woolens (459 Washing- 
ton, B.), house 23 Sacramento 
Neale Addison M., stereotyper Riverside 

Press, boards 219 Pearl 
Neale Geo. C, finisher, 44 Cambridge, 

boards at Revere 
Neale Nathaniel, mason, house 219 Pearl 
Neale Nathaniel M., mason, b. 219 Pearl 
Nealley Chas. B., machinist, b. 260 Sidney 
Nealley Daniel Mrs., house 260 Sidney 
Nealley George S., mason, h. 260 Sidney 
Nealley James, watchman U. R. Co. stable, 

Mt. Auburn, house Kirkland place 
Nealley James D., machinist, 368 Main, 

boards 260 Sidney [Auburn 

Nealy Wm. L., expressman, boards 22 Mt. 
Neddy Edward, laborer, h. r. 25 Sixth 
Needham Almira P. Miss, h. 47 Garden 
Needhara Charles G., machinist, 624 Main, 

boards 127 Auburn 
Needham George A., machinist, 368 Main, 

boards 394 do. 
Needham Herbert C, traveling salesman 

(42 Summer, B.j, rooms 29 William 
Needham Susan E. Miss, house 47 Garden 



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Nef John W., student H. U., rooms 44 
College House [Woodlawn 

Neill Nathaniel, farmer, h. Cushing, n. 

Neill Nathaniel jr., gardener, 175 Brattle, 
boards do. 

Neill Samuel W., marble worker A. Mc- 
Donald, Mt. Auburn, boards Nathan- 
iel Neill's, Cushinsr 

Neill, see McNeil and McNeill 

Neilon Frederick S., clerk (7 State, B.), 
boards 144 Thorndike 

Neilon Wm. T., clerk (7 State, B.), boards 
144 Thorndike 

Neilson N. Peter, cabinet maker (B. & A. 
R. R. shop, Allston), b. 23 Brookline 

Neligan Bridget, widow of Patrick, house 
22 Portland 

Neligan Joanna, widow of Maurice, house 
Montgomery, 1st fr. Spruce on the left 

Neligan Philip H., tailor, 8 Prospect,house 
60 Cherry 

Neligan Thomas, laborer, h. 163 Dublin 

Nelligan David, laborer, house 91 Elm 

Nelligan David, stereotyper (73 Federal, 
B.), boards 44 Foster 

Nelligan Edward J., marble cutter, bds. 
44 Foster [Foster 

Nelligan Elizabeth, widow of Peter, h. 44 

Nelligan John, in ice house, boards Cal- 
lahan O'Connell's, r. Concord avenue 

Nelligan John F., stone-cutter, boards 44 
Foster 

Nelligan Maurice, laborer, h. 168 Dublin 

Nelligan Patrick, stone-cutter, h. 44 Foster 

Nelligan Peter, sexton Catholic cemetery, 
Spruce, house Montgomery, 3d on 
right from Spruce 

Nelligan Peter F., dry pressman Univer- 
sity Press, boards 44 Foster 

Neilson Augustus W., janitor, h. 27 Sixth 

Nelson Ai H., sawyer, 3 Hampshire, house 
62 Cherry [Boston 

Nelson August, safe-maker, 17 Main, h. at 

Nelson Augusta, widow, h. 30 Tremont 

Nelson George, cooper J. H. Eames, house 
273 Putnam avenue 

Nelson George, laborer, boards 33 Howard 

Nelson Harvey, gilder, 105 Magazine, 
house at Boston 

Nelson Henry D., student H. XL, rooms 
28 Hollis Hall 

Nelson James H., gilder, bds. 101 Spring 

Nelson Jane, widow of John, h. 101 Spring 

Nelson John, cabinetmaker F. M. Holmes 
Furniture Co., house 134 Harvard 

Nelson John, tailor (Colorado), house 36 
Cambridge [Pioneer av. 

Nelson John, safe-maker, 17 Main, h. 4 

Nelson Nils P., safe-maker, 17 Main,house 
3 Pelham 

Nelson Pierre, safe-maker, 17 Main, house 
277 Cambridge 

Nelson Robert T., finisher F. M. Holmes 
Furniture Co., boards at Charlestown 

Nelson Samuel N., physician, 690 Main, 
house do. 

Nelson Sarah Mrs., nu rse, 22 Church, b. do. 

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Nelson W. B., law student H. U., rooms 

20 Prescott 
Nesdell Frank F., confectionery, 835 

Main, house 17 Washington 
Nettleton Geo., machinist, b. 32 Market 
Netzeber Max, house 38 Spring 
Nevens Ellen, widow, house 2 Jefferson 
Neville Cyrus A., school teacher (Water- 
town), house Avon Hill street, rear 

Washington avenue 
Neville John, boards 191 Dublin 
Neville Michael, clerk, 187 Dublin, boards 

191 Dublin 
Neville Patrick, laborer, house 191 Dublin 
Neville Philip, carpenter, h. r. 18 Railroad 
Neville Thomas, potter A. H. Hews & 

Co., boards 191 Dublin 
Nevons Hiram, supt. C. W. W., office City 

Hall, house 23 Boardman 
Newcomb Charles S., carpenter, house 12 

Gardner 
Newcomb Fred., cooper, boards 143 Gore 
Newcomb George R., printer University 

Press, boards 12 Dunster 
Newcomb Sarah A., widow of William A., 

house 23 H Broadway 
Newcomb Theophilus J. (49 Bromfield, 

B.), house 65 Norfolk 
Newcomb Zephaniah, slater, b. 12 Dunster 
Newell Robert R., counselor (60 Congress, 

B.), boards 20 Berkeley 
Newell William Mrs., house 20 Berkeley 
New England Glass Co., North, corner 

Water, William H. Munroe, treasurer, 

office (4 P. O. square, B.) 

NEW ENGLAND GLASS 
WORKS, North, corner Water, W. 
L. Libbey & Son, props., office (67 Fed- 
eral, B. ) | mont 
Newgent Fred. A., canvasser, bds. 10 Fair- 
Newgent Thomas G., designer (65 Sum- 
mer, B.), house 10 Fairmont 
Newgent, see Nugent 
Newhall John B., student H. U., rooms S 

Felton building 
Newman Christopher, salesman (31 and 

33 Commercial, B.), h. Auburn place 
Newman Edward B., clerk, 168 Gore, h. 

17 Winter 
Newman Eliza Mrs., house 89 Elm 
Newman Elizabeth R., widow of John B., 
house 93 Gore [Winter 

Newman Ellen, widow of Edward, h. 45 
Newman Henry, varnisher (611 Washing- 
ton, B.), house 26 Park 
Newman James H., teamster, b. 1 Ninth 
Newman Joseph, clerk (41 Federal, B.), 

h. Avon place, off Avon Hill street 
Newman Julius F., fancy goods, 182 Cam- 
bridge, boards 109 Thorndike 
Newman Marshall P., tailor (633 Wash- 
ington, B.). house 9 Jay 
Newman Michael, teamster, h. 14 McCabe 
Newman Nellie M. Mrs., house 25 William 
Newman Patrick, teamster, house 1 Ninth 
Newman Stephen I., musician and cigar- 
maker, 21 Walnut court, house do. 



Newman Thomas, boiler-maker, 92 Main, 

house 97 Elm 
Newman William, laborer, h. 10 McCabe 
Newman William F., cabinet-maker, house 

42 Winter [149 do. 
Newmarch Joseph, baker, 151 Harvard, h. 
Newmyer Frank, farmer, h. 39 Sargent 
Newmyer Joseph, currier, h. 39 Sargent 
Newton Catherine B., widow of Orion H., 

house Chestnut, next corner Sidney 
Newton E. Cazneau, clerk, 288 North av., 

boards 1 Dover 
Newton George E., fish, house 52 Pine 
Newton Nellie F. Miss, teacher Riverside 

primary school Putnam avenue 
Nichols Alfred B., student Epis. Theo. 

School, Brattle 
Nichols Betsey, widow of Robert, house 

43 Coggswell avenue 

Nichols Charles C, student H. U., rooms 

26 Mellen [burn 

Nichols Charles F., laborer, h. 60 Mt. Au- 

Nichols Charles P., student H. U., rooms 

2 Hoi worthy Hall 

Nichols Curtis C., treasurer Boston Five 

Cents Savings Bank (38 School, B.), 

house 11 Magazine 

Nichols Demus S., painter, h. 9 Valentine 

Nichols Edgar H., student; H. U., rooms 

33 Kirkland 
Nichols Edward L., hardware (659 Wash- 
ington, B.), boards 40 Columbia 
Nichols Edward T., house 40 Columbia 
Nichols Frederick, student H. IL, rooms 

44 Beck Hall 

Nichols George, editor, house 159 Brattle 
Nichols George C, com. mer. (54 Kilby, 

B.), boards 157 Hancock 
Nichols George H., student H. U., rooms 

16 College House 
Nichols George L., organ-maker (Smith 

Organ Co., B.), boards 40 Columbia 
Nichols Henry, waiter, h. 57 Harvard 
Nichols Henry E., teamster,b. 181 Harvard 
Nichols Henry J., manager The Singer 

Mnfg. Co., sewing machines, 647 Main, 

boards 9 Pleasant 
Nichols Hiram L., laborer, h. 95 Winsor 
Nichols Horace H., traveling salesman (14 

Bedford, B.), h. 43 Coggswell avenue 
Nichols Ichabod Mrs., house 33 Kirkland 
Nichols John C, printer Riverside Press 
Nichols J. Curtis, clerk (38 School, B.), 

boards 11 Magazine 
Nichols J. Thomas, student H. U., rooms 

12 Divinity Hall 
Nichols John T. G., physician, office and 

house 63 Brattle 
Nichols Michael, roofer, basement 604 

Main, house at Boston 
Nichols Seth, student H. U., rooms 31 

Matthews Hall 
Nichols Stephen, laborer, b. 41 Washington 
Nicholson Andrew S., produce, b. 14 Green 
Nicholson Frances, widow of Charles H., 

house 70 River 
Nicholson George, blacksmith, b. 9 Winsor 



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Nicholson George H., clerk (O. C. K. R. 
freight depot, B.), boards 70 River 

Nicholson James C, blacksmith, 168 North 
avenue, boards 9 Lambert avenue 

Nicholson Joseph, hostler, 198 North av- 
enue, house atSomerville 

Nicholson Mary, wid. of John.h. 20 Dublin 

Nicholson Sylvanus, house 14 Green 

Nicholson Sylvanus W., pilot (B. ). house 
16 Magee [6 Village 

Nickelson William, police, station 2.house 

Nickerson Daniel E., carpenter, house 3 
Pioneer place [Broadway 

Nickerson Frank, machinist, 72 Main, b. 12 

Nickerson Roby, coachman, 71 Austin, 
boards do. 

Nickerson Samuel, hostler Sawin's Ex- 
press, house 4 Gray place 

Nickerson Seth L., boots and shoes, 577 
Main, house 78 Columbia 

Nicol Elizabeth, wid. of Geo., h. 75 Gore 

Nicol James, restaurant, 122 Cambridge, 
boards 54 Fourth 

Nicol John F., cabinet-maker, h. 54 Fourth 

Nightingale Sarah A., wid. of George B., 
house 8 Worcester 

Nightingale W T illiam P., collector (264 
Washington, B.), boards 8 Worcester 

Nihan Jas., teamster, 28 Bridge, b. 26 do. 

Nihan Kate, widow of Frank, house 26 
Bridge 

Nihan Mary, widow of Thomas, house 
149 Bridge 

Niles Bros. (Sullivan, J. Harris and Lou- 
ville V. Niles), pork packers and 
slaughter-house, Concord avenue, be- 
yond Ale wife brook, and provisions 
(31 N. F. H. market, B.) 

Niles Edward, laborer, boards 157 Winsor 

Niles James, laborer, boards 157 Winsor 

Niles J. Harris (Niles Bros. ), pork packer, 
Concord avenue, house at Belmont 

Niles Louville V. (Niles Bros.), pork pack- 
er, Concord avenue, house at Boston 

Niles Nathaniel, printer (115 State, B.), h. 
Mt. Pleasant, 2d on right from Walden 

Niles Sullivan (Niles Bros.), pork packer, 
Concord avenue, and (31 New F. H., 
market, B.) house Washington avenue 

Niles W. Harmon, professor (Institute of 
Technology, B.), house 10 Linden 

Niles William W., pressman University 
Press, house at South Boston 

Nilson Karl A., blacksmith, 133 Main, h. 
3 Second 

Nilsson Johan August, teloscope maker, 
Alvan Clark & Sons, Henry, boards 94 
Magazine 

Nisbet James W., grocer, 35 Banks, h. do. 

Nixon Alex., hackman, house 11 Harding 

Nixon Edward, laborer John Reardon & 
Sons, house 91 Brookline 

Nixon George H.. laborer, 368 Main, bds. 
18 Maynard place 

Nixon John, grocer and Jiack stable, 133 
Brookline, house do. ' 

Nixon John, laborer, boards 164 Gore 



Nixon John A., teamster, h. Hotel Clark 
Nixon Margaret, widow of George, house 

18 Maynard place 
Nixon Robert G. (R. G. Nixon & Co.), 

roofer, order box, 622 Main, house 16 

Andrew 
Nixon R. G. & Co. (Robert G. Nixon), 

slaters, order box 622 Main 
Nixon W 7 illiam, carpenter, house 420 Cam- 
bridge 
Nixon William, hackman, h. 11 McCabe 
Noble Charles O., cabinet-maker, house 

443^ Cambridge 
Noble David A., mason, house 13 Amory 
Noble George W. C, private school (40 

Winter, B.). house 21 Concord avenue 
Noble William B., student H. U., rooms 2 

Weld Hall 
Noera Frank P., stamper, Otis, near First 

boards 36 Fairmont 
Noera Joseph F., hairdresser, 436 Main, 

house 44 Mt. Auburn 
Nolan Bernard M., machinist, house 18 

Portland [Spring 

Nolan Edward J., glass worker, house 103 
Nolan Hugh, hostler, house 29 Harvard 
Nolan James H., marble cutter A. McDon- 
ald, Mt. Auburn, h. 13 Charles River 
Nolan James P., teamster, 26 Brighton, 

house 47 Sacramento 
Nolan John, expressman, h. 22 Plymouth 
Nolan Michael, laborer, house 15 Willow 
Nolan Michael, laborer, house Montgom- 
ery, 3d on right from Spruce 
Nolan Michael J., police station 1, boards 

N. Nolan's, Hoi worthy 
Nolan Nicholas, gardener, h. Holworthy, 

near Corlett School | Jackson 

Nolan Patrick, boards Patrick Pollen's 
Nolan Thomas, teamster, Third, cor. Bent 
Nolan Thomas, laborer, house 1 rear 13 

Charles River 
Nolen William W., student H. U., rooms 

44 Holyoke House 
Nooak Charles, blacksmith (9 Brattle, B.), 

house rear 61 Gore 
Nooak Joseph, tailor (137 Court, B.), bds. 

rear 61 Gore 
Noon Alfred, pastor Cottage street Meth- 
odist church, house 3 William 
Noonan Abbie, widow of Dennis, house 

17 Farwell place [nery, boards do. 

Noonan Edward, fireman Almshouse, Tan- 
Noonan Honora, widow of Patrick, house 

14 Cowperthwaite 
Noonan Jeremiah, boards 2 Shepherd's 

block, Charles River 
Noonan John, junk, house 52 Fifth 
Noonan John, laborer, h. rear 167 Bridge 
Noonan John A., student H. U., rooms 55 

College House 
Noonan Mary, widow of Jeremiah, house 

40 Winthrop [Broadway 

Noonan Michael, laborer, boards 167 
Noonan Patrick, laborer, h. 29 Winthrop 
Noonan Thomas F., machinist, beards 41 

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Norcross Edmund D., stoves, etc., 560 
Main, house 3 Greenough avenue 

Norcross Harriet Mrs., at Riverside Press, 
boards 77 River 

Norcross William R., crockery, etc. (18 
Merchants row, B.), h. 34 Kirkland 

Nordini Christopher, tailor (B.), house r. 
24 Winter [95 Winsor 

Norman Albert F., candy maker, boards 

Norman A., cabinet-maker, . house 141 
Thorn dike 

Norman Charles J., boards 95 Winsor 

Norman George E.. candy maker, boards 
95 Winsor [95 Winsor 

Norman Wm. S., at 139 Broadway, boards 

Normile Patrick, laborer, 21 Irving, b. do. 

Normoyle Michael, sewing-machine agent, 
647 Main, house 29 Cherry 

Norris Albert (Albert Norris & Co.), car- 
penter, 9 Western av., house 34 do. 

XTORRIS ALBERT & CO. (Albert 

±> Norris), carpenters. 9 Western av. 

Norris Albert L., physician and surgeon, 
152 Cambridge, and 674 Main, h. do. 

Norris Andrew M., box maker, 162 Broad- 
way, house 100 Winsor 

Norris Charles A., carpenter, h. 24 Pearl 

Norris Edmund J., printer, h. 19 Mellen 

Norris Ellis, dining-room (161 Commer- 
cial, B.), house Cushing, n. Belmont 

Norris James D., clerk, 5 and 6 Harvard 
row, house 18 Mason 

Norris Nahum F., planer, 139 Broadway, 
house 91 Plymouth 

Norris Samuel jr., student H. U., rooms 
15 Weld Hall 

Norris William A., wood and coal, 6 Wes- 
tern avenue, house 23 Portland 

Norris Wm. H., carpenter, 9 Western 
avenue, house 33 Pleasant 

Norris William H. T., carpenter, 9 West- 
ern avenue, house 31 Pleasant 

North Avenue Savings Bank, 173 North 
avenue [North avenue 

North Cambridge P. O., Porter's station 

Norton Charles Eliot, Professor of the 
History of Art H. XL, house Shady 
hill, off Kirkland 

Norton Chas. J., boarding-house, 141 Gore 

Norton Edward H., soap mnfr., Winsor, 
junction Webster avenue, house do. 

Norton Eliott, student H. U., rooms 31 
Stoughton Hall 

Norton Fanny Mrs., house 172 Franklin 

Norton George W., soap maker, boards 
Winsor, junction Webster avenue 

Norton Grace Miss, house 59 Kirkland 

Norton James, blacksmith M. Spellman, 
boards do. 

Norton James, hostler U. R. Co., Dunster, 
boards Patrick Norton's, Holworthy 

Norton James E., butcher, h. r. 6 Gore 

Norton John, painter, 14 Church, house 
102 Kinnaird [172 Franklin 

Norton John H., sawyer, 624 Main, bds. 

Norton Julius, piano key finisher, house 
10 Rogers block, Main 



Norton Michael, laborer, h. 102 Kinnaird 
Norton Nancy, widow of Michael, house 

25 North avenue 
Norton Patrick, hostler U. R. Co., 201 

Main, boards 3 Deacon 
Norton Patrick, horseshoerU. R. Co., Mt. 

Auburn, h. Holworthy, cor. Locust 
Norton Peter, laborer, bds. 172 Franklin 
Norval Charles, terra cotta worker (South 

Boston), house 23 Sidney 

NOTMAST JAMES, photographer, 7 
Brattle, and (99 Boylston, B.), h. do. 
Nott Richard, laborer, house 16 Madison 
Nourse Benjamin F., supt. of lamps, and 

sealer of* weights and measures, office 

Central square building, Western av., 

house 45 William 
Nourse Benj. F. jr., letter collector P. O., 

611 Main, house 45 William 
Nourse Charles C. P., fancy goods, 354 

North avenue, house do. 
Nourse Newell, salesman (58 South Mar- 
ket, B.), house 47 William 
Nourse Rufus J., gas and steam fitter, 

house 5 Greenough avenue 
Nourse Rufus J. jr., shoemaker, boards 

5 Greenough avenue 
Nowell Francis S., carpenter, h. Chestnut, 

corner Hastings square 
Noxon Schuyler V., roof painter, order 

box 600 Main, boards 24 Jay 
Noyes Bartholomew, law student H. U., 

rooms 22 College House 
Noyes Caroline B., widow of Isaac L. 

house Sacramento place 
Noyes Catherine M. Mrs., house 99 Green 
Noyes David W., gents' furnishing goods 

(4 Summer, B.), house 770 Main 
Noyes Edward I. K., student H. U., bds. 

Sacramento place, 1st on right 
Noyes Francis L., soap maker,h. 375 Cam- 
bridge [98 Fifth 
Noyes Frank W., machinist, 72 Main, bds. 
Noyes George W., teacher of penmanship, 

house 71 Western avenue 
Noyes James A., student H. U., rooms 21 

Weld Hall 
Noyes Miss, teacher of dancing, Porter's 

Hall, 185 North avenue 
Noyes Samuel, foreman (65 Franklin, B.), 

house 123 Prospect 
Noyes Samuel jr., salesman (43 Summer, 

B.), boards 13 Bigelow 
Noyes Thomas M., clerk (48 Chauncy, B.), 

boards 123 Prospect 
Nudd Charles H., foreman of paint shop 

B. L. & C. R. R., house 91 Thorndike 
Nudd Wm. H., hairdresser and boarding- 
house, 387 and 389 Main 
Nudlinger Charles F., student H. XL, rms. 

10 Weld Hall 
Nugent Barney, engineer, house 82 Third 
Nugent John, rubber shoe trimmer, bds. 

rear 103 Spring 
Nugent Patrick, farmer, house 65 Spring 
Nugent Thomas, laborer, house rear 103 

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Nugent Thomas F., clerk (450 Washing- 
ton, B.), boards rear 103 Spring 

Nunis de Ponte Manuel, hairdresser, 141 
Bridge, house 52 Winter 

Nutter Abbie R. Mrs., dressmaker, house 

9 Broadway- 
Nutter G. R., student H. U., rooms 50 
Gray's Hall 

Nutting Charles O., machinist, 454 Main, 
boards 34 Pearl 

Nutting Charles P., baker, 502 Main 

Nutting Eliza S., widow, h. 91 Auburn 

Nutting Ephraim M., carriage painter, 
Palmer, n. Brattle, h. 710 Cambridge 

Nutting Jonathan D M hardware mnfr., 
454 Main, house 34 Pearl 

Nutting John D., foreman A. Parker,Gore 
wharf, Third, house at West Quincy 

Nutting Leander J., wood molder, 162 
Broadway, house 26 Union 

Nutting Philip (P. Nutting & Co.), black- 
smith. Palmer, house Nutting place 

Nutting P. & Co. (Philip Nutting and 
Joel H. Prescott), blacksmiths and 
wheelwrights, Palmer, near Brattle 

Nye Walter B., student H. U., rooms 14 
Weld Hall 

Nyhen Daniel, peddler, house 176 Gore 

Nyman Edgar A., salesman, Otis, corner, 
First, house at Chelsea 

Nystrom Gustavus, safe-maker, 17 Main, 
house 62 Broadway 

OAKES ELECTRIOUS, laborer, boards 15 
Baldwin 1239 do. 

Oakey John, boiler maker, 92 Main, h. 
Oakey Talbot, laborer, house 16 Hastings 
Oakland Gustaf, lock maker, 17 Main.bds. 

7 Broadway 
Ober I. Frank, com. salesman, h. 85 Pearl 
Oberg Andrew G., machinist, 356 Main, 
house 23 Sidney [Jackson 

Obes Henry, currier, house Harvey, near 
O'Brien Allen, carpenter, house 277 Cam- 
bridge. [Parochial school 
O'Brien Ann Miss, teacher St. Mary's 
O'Brien Bernard, mason, house 35 Winter 
O'Brien Catherine, house 3 Short 
O'Brien Cornelius, laborer, house 4 Lech- 
mere place [Brookline 
O'Brien Daniel, helper, 368 Main, h. 126 
O'Brien Dennis, horse-shoer, 9 Church, 

boards 68 Brighton 
O'Brien Dennis, laborer, h. 35 Cambridge 
O'Brien Dennis, laborer, house 44 Flagg 
O'Brien Dennis, laborer, house 10 East 
O'Brien Dennis, laborer, h. 135 Hampshire 
O'Brien Dennis, seaman, house 23 Fourth 
O'Brien Dennis J., fireman, house 204 

Cambridge 
O'Brien Edmund, house 130 Pleasant 
O'Brien Edmund jr., machinist, 356 Main, 

house 55 Fairmont 
O'Brien Edward B., peddler, h. 86 Sparks 
O'Brien Edward B., florist P. O'Brien & 

Son, 820 Main, boards 11 Wyeth 
O'Brien Ellen, widow, h. 265 Cambridge 



O'Brien Frank, laborer, house 34 Willow 
O'Brien George P., printer University 

Press, boards 190 Green 
O'Brien Honora, widow, h. 68 Harvard 
O'Brien Hugh J., flagman G. J. R. R., h. 

271 Main 
O'Brien James, clerk, 638 Main 
O'Brien James, teamster, house 47 Spruce 
O'Brien James, driver U. R. Co., house 

14 North 
O'Brien James, at slipper factory, 37 

Clark, house 23 Brewery 
O'Brien James, laborer, house 3 Linehan 

block, Third 
O'Brien James, laborer, house 159 Green 
O'Brien James Mrs., house Rolling Mill 

block, Portland 
O'Brien James E. Rev., pastor St. Peter's 

church, house 29 Buckingham 
O'Brien James F., brass-finisher, house 18 

Plymouth 
O'Brien Jas. H., carpeuter. h. 164 Norfolk 
O'Brien James H., carpenter B. L. & C. 

R. R., house 15 Winter 
O'Brien James M., book-gilder Riverside 

Press, house 16 Flagg 
O'Brien James S., cabinet-maker, 203 

Bridge, house 6 Winter 
O'Brien James W., painter, bds. 47 Spruce 
O'Brien Jeffrey, laborer, house 11 Wyeth 
O'Brien Jeremiah, gilder, h.44 Washington 
O'Brien Jeremiah (O'Brien & Gurry), 

horse-shoer, 498 Main, h. 9 Bristol 
O'Brien Jeremiah J., grocer, 9 Bristol, 

boards do. 
O'Brien John, painter, house 73 River 
O'Brien John, pastor St. John's church, 
house 83 Otis [167 Broadway 

O'Brien John, brass-molder, 368 Main, b. 
O'Brien John, laborer, house 248 Franklin 
O'Brien John, laborer, 203 Bridge, house 

at Somerville 
O'Brien John F. (P. O'Brien & Son), flo- 
rist, 820 Main and 89 Sparks, and gar- 
dener Mt. Auburn cemetery, boards 
88 Sparks [b. 10 East, 

O'Brien John J., teamster Holt & Bugbee, 
O'Brien John L., boards rear 58 Charles 
O'Brien Lizzie A. Mrs., dressmaker, h. 
44 Putnam av. [132 Webster av. 

O'Brien Mary, widow of Jeremiah, house 
O'Brien Michael, teamster, 166 River, h. 

12 Hayes court 
O'Brien Michael, stonecutter, 53 Main, 

house 7 Mullin's court 
O'Brien Michael, hostler, h. 29 Baldwin 
O'Brien Patrick, tailor, h. 202 Hampshire 
O'Brien Patrick, painter, house 53 Vine 
O'Brien Patrick (P. O'Brien & Son), florist, 
820 Main and 89 Sparks, and garden- 
er and contractor Mt. Auburn ceme- 
tery, house 88 Sparks 
05BKIEN P. & SON (Patrick and 
John F. O'Brien), floral conservato- 
ries, 820 Main and 89 Sparks, and gar- 
deners and contractors Mt. Auburn 
cemetery 



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O'Brien Patrick J., junk dealer, house 53 

Charles 
O'Brien Patrick J., laborer, bds. 10 East 
O'Brien Patrick J., upholsterer, boards 

265 Cambridge 
O'Brien Terrence, plumber, b. 100 Green 
O'Brien Thomas, coachman, 32 Quincy 
O'Brien Thomas, laborer, house 25 Cow- 

perthwaite 
O'Brien Thomas, laborer, h. 190 Green 
O'Brien Thomas, miller, h. 20 Pioneer av. 
O'Brien Thomas jr., pressman (117 Frank- 
lin, B.), boards 190 Green 
O'Brien Thos. F., painter, b. 136 Pleasant 
O'Brien Timothy, laborer, house 12 Short 
O'Brien Win., grocer, 25 Harvey, h. do. 
O'Brien William, painter, 16 Brighton, 
boards 16 Flagg 

O^BRIEN & GURRY (Jeremiah 
O'Brien and John F. Gurry), horse- 

shoers, 498 Main 
O'Brion Fulton, flour, grain and feed, 190 

North avenue, honse at Somerville 
Obst Augustine, cabinet-maker, house 38 

Howard [38 Howard 

Obst Joseph A,, tuner, 162 Broadway, h. 
O'Callaghan Robert E.. student H. XL, 

rooms 6 Stoughton Hall 
O'Connell Andrew, laborer, h. 120 Third 
O'Connell Callahan, foreman in icehouse, 

h.r. Concord av.,beyond Alewife brook 
O'Connell Charles, rope-maker, rear 147 

Dublin, honse 133 do. 
O'Connell Daniel, dry goods, 219 North 

avenue, house 22 do. 
O'Connell Daniel, laborer, h. 15 Railroad 
O'Connell Daniel, laborer, h. Ill Dublin 
O'Connell Dennis, laborer, h. 17 Warren 
O'Connell Edward, laborer, h. 112 Third 
O'Connell James E., tin-worker, 163 

Pleasant, house 82 River 
O'Connell Jane, widow of Daniel, house 

rear 20 Carson 
O'Connell Jeremiah, laborer, h. 142 Elm 
O'Connell Jeremiah, painter, b. Ill Dublin 
O'Connell John, laborer, house 6 Third 
O'Connell John, butcher, h. 41 Winter 
O'Connell John, laborer, house 9 Winter 
O'Connell John, cooper, h. 17 Valentine 
O'Connell John, currier, h. 371 North av. 
O'Connell John 2d, teamster, house 206 

Franklin 
O'Connell John Mrs., house 45 Cedar 
O'Connell Margaret, widow, h. 47 Gore 
O'Connell Margaret Miss, h. 28 Carson 
O'Connell Maurice, laborer, house rear 36 

Harvard 
O'Connell Michael, laborer, h. 129 Dublin 
O'Connell Michael, laborer, h. 9 Carson 
O'Connell Michael, laborer, h. 21 McCabe 
O'Connell Patrick, tailor, h. 36 Harvard 
O'Connell Peter, laborer, h. rear 53 Vine 
O'Connell Thomas, sewing-machine agt., 

boards 29 Cherry 
O'Connell Thomas J., carriage painter, 

232 North avenue, house 6 Reed 
O'Connell Timothy, laborer, h. 45 Willow 



O'Connell Timothy, laborer, h.47 Jefferson 
O'Connell William H., cabinet-maker F. 

M. Holmes Furniture Co., h. 2 Ninth 
O'Connell William, laborer, house 31 Rice 
O'Conner Andrew, teamster, b. 11 Sparks 
O'Conner Cornelius, hostler, 575£ Main, 

house rear 147 Franklin 
O'Connor Ann, widow, h. r. 79 Hastings 
O'Connor Cornelius, contractor, house 76 

Spruce 
O'Connor Cornelius, laborer, b. 20 Sparks 
O'Connor Daniel, road master U. R. Co., 

boards 155 Franklin 
O'Connor Dennis, laborer, b. 79 Brighton 
O'Connor Ellen, widow of Jeremiah, h. 

79 Brighton 
O'Connor Frank J., printer University 

Press, boards 31 Holyoke 
O'Connor James, carver, house 96 Gore 
O'Connor James, gardener, house 265 

Franklin [Franklin 

O'Connor Jeremiah, laborer, house 236 
O'Connor Jeremiah, currier, house rear 

372 North avenue [Spruce 

O'Connor Jeremiah P., laborer, boards 69 
O'Connor Jeremiah T., laborer, house 94 

Kinnaird 
O'Connor Joanna, widow of Cornelius, h. 

rear 215 Mt. Auburn 
O'Connor John, hostler, house 5 Carson 
O'Connor John, packer, 162 Broadway, h. 

at Somerville 
O'Connor John, shoemaker, 906 Main, h. 

11 Jefferson 
O'Connor John, printer, University Press, 

boards 33 Holyoke 
O'Connor John, laborer, house 46 Flagg 
O'Connor John, laborer, boards 1 1 Sparks 
O'Connor John, currier, house 43 Harvey 
O'Connor John B., at 162 Broadway, bds. 

75 In man 
O'Connor John H., currier, boards 364 

North av. [8 Foster 

O'Connor Julia, widow of Patrick, house 
O'Connor Margaret Mrs., dressmaker, 7 

Winter, house do. 
O'Connor Martin E., clerk, 625 Main, bds. 

11 School 
O'Connor Mary, widow of Martin, house 

11 School 
O'Connor Mary, widow of William, board- 
ing-house, 364 North avenue 
O'Connor Michael, carpenter, house 214 

Bridge Ibds. do. 

O'Connor Michael, clerk, 241 Cambridge, 
O'Connor Nellie E. Miss,h. r. 167 Franklin 
O'Connor Patrick, laborer, h. 103 Spruce 
O'Connor Patrick, laborer, h. 69 Spruce 
O'Connor Patrick, fisherman, house rear 

55 Charles [Sparks 

O'Connor Patrick, contractor, house 11 
O'Connor Thomas, flagman B. & A. R., 

Broadway, house rear 16l£ do. 
O'Connor Thomas, marble-cutter, house 

75 Inman 
O'Connor Thomas, driver U. R. Co.,house 

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O'Connor Thomas H., action -maker, 162 

Broadway, boards 75 Inman 
O'Connor Timothy, laborer, h. 3 Porter 
O'Connor Timothy, laborer, h. 20 Sparks 
O'Connor William, baker, 502 Main 
O'Connor William P., clerk, 346 North 

avenue, boards 364 do. 
O'Connor, see Connor 
O'Dea Daniel M., fireman J. H. Eames, 

boards 21 Sidney 
Oder Bernhard, cooper, boards 63 Sixth 
Odd'e John A. L., carpenter, house 409 

Cambridge 
Odiorne Frederick, bookkeeper (220 De- 
vonshire, B.), house 287 Harvard 
Odiorne J., boiler-maker, 72 Main 
Odiorne William H., house 287 Harvard 
O'Donnell Francis, painter, boards James 

O'Donnell's, foot of Third 
O'Donnell James, blacksmith, house 15 

McCabe 
O'Donnell James, depot master B. L. & 

C. R R., foot of Third, house do. 
O'Donnell James P., painter, bds. James 

O'Donnell's, Third 
O'Donnell Joseph, cooper, house rear 134 

Broadway 
O'Donnell Joseph, painter, boards James 

O'Donnell's, foot of Third 
O'Donnell Kate Mrs., house 7 Foster 
O'Donnell Martin, laborer, 74 Brighton 
O'Donnell Martin, laborer, boards Mrs. 

Mary Hillery's, Mt. Auburn 
O'Donnell Patrick, glass-blower, house 

rear 335 Cambridge 
O'Donnell Peter, laborer, house 17 Grant 
O'Donnell Robert, boiler-maker, 72 Main 
O'Donnell William, gasman, h. 17 Grant 
O'Donnell Wm., carriage washer, Church, 

boards 7 Foster 
O'Donovan Dennis, horseshoer, Palmer, 

near Church, boards 39 Brighton 
Oettinger Henry C, student H. U., rooms 

48 Holyoke 
Offenger Johanna, wid. of Charles, house 

13 Vine 
Ogle Thomas Mrs., house 46 Hastings 
O'Hair Edward J., liquors, 347£ Main, h. 

17 Sidney 
O'Haire Patrick, plasterer, house 23 Reed 
O'Halloran Michael, laborer, boards 170 

Franklin 
O'Hara Abbie Mrs., house 12 Hancock 
O'Hara Daniel, laborer, h. 265 Putnam av. 
O'Hara John, laborer, h. Murray, n. Eliot 
O'Hara Rosa, widow of Edward, house 

195 Spruce 
O'Hara Thos., teamster, 204 Sidney, h. do 
O'Hara Thomas jr., teamster, boards 204 

Sidney ] River 

O'Hara Thomas, janitor, house 5 Charles 
O'Hara Thomas, laborer, h. 40 Jefferson 
O'Hara Thos. B., laborer, h. 3 Jefferson 
O'Hare J. R. H., conductor U. R. Co. 
O'Hare Martin, gardener Edw. W. Hoop- 
er, house Reservoir, below the res- 
ervoir 



O'Hare Mary Mrs., bds. Martin O'Hare's, 

Reservoir 
O'Hare Stephen, laborer, h. 172 Winsor 
O'Hearn Dennis, baker, 502 Main 
O'Hearn Maurice, gardener, 121 Brattle, 

house 1 Foster [33 Harvey 

O'Hearn Timothy, confectioner, h. rear 
O'Hearn, see Ahearn 
O'Henley Daniel, cooper, h. 10 Harding 
O'Keefe Bridget, widow, bds. 7 Athens 
O'Keefe Cornelius, currier, h. 65 Spruce 
O'Keefe Daniel, laborer, house 58 Spruce 
O'Keefe Daniel, currier, house 1 George 
O'Keefe Dennis, agent,- h. Ninth, cor. Otis 
O'Keefe Fergus, peddler, house 7 Athens 
O'Keefe Jeremiah, laborer U. R. Co., house 

106 Tremont 
O'Keefe Mary, wid. of James, h. 54 Bolton 
O' Keef e Patrick, plasterer, h. 67 Spruce 
O'Keefe Thomas, pressman University 

Press, house 36 Charles river 
O'Keefe Timothy, laborer, h. 27 Warren 
O'Leary Daniel, laborer, h. 167 Franklin 
O'Leary Dennis, burnisher, 153 Putnam 

av., house 19 Fairmont 
O'Leary Dennis, laborer, house 27 Gore 
O'Leary Dennis, tailor, 589 Main 
O'Leary Humphrey, tailor, 453 Main, bds. 

55 Amory 
O'Leary Humphrey, laborer, h. 55 North 
O'Leary John, laborer, house 59 Brighton 
O'Leary John, laborer, h. 5 Lechmere pi. 
O'Leary John, carpenter,house 197 Dublin 
O'Leary John, hostler U. R. Co., Dunster, 

house 59 Brighton 
O'Leary John, laborer, house 33 Dunster 
O'Leary John, laborer, house 11 Jefferson 
O'Leary Mary, widow of Jeremiah, house 

10 Hancock 
O'Leary Michael, laborer, h. 194 Bridge 
O'Leary Michael, confectioner, 1 Harvard 

square 
O'Leary Thos., carpenter, h. 7 Jefferson 
O'Leary Wm., plumber, 434 Harvard, bds. 

2 Holyoke 
Olive Douglass, apothecary, 165 Harvard, 

house 74 Columbia 
Olive Geo. M., apothecary, 288 North av., 

house 1 Dover 
Olive James W., fly finisher, 162 Broad- 
way, house 15 Union 
Oliver Ann, widow of Elisha, h. 2 Foster's 

block, 87 Main [Norfolk 

Oliver Chas., telephone inspector, b. 108 
Oliver David M., provisions (26 F. H. mar- 
ket, B.), house 11 Linnaean 
Oliver Frank P., clerk (26 F. H. market, 

B.), boards 11 Linnaean 
Oliver Geo. A.,clerk (B.),b. 727 Cambridge 
Oliver Geo. P., piano-case maker, house 

108 Norfolk 
Oliver George R. (Oliver & Rowe), stoves, 

525 Main, house 96 Columbia 
Oliver Harris J., freight agent B. & A. R. 

R., Spring, house 138 Thorndike 
Oliver Hubbard, harness-maker (150 Tre- 
mont, B.), house 111 Prospect 



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Oliver Manuel, laborer, house 50 Spring 

Oliver Merrill, house 16 Watson 

Oliver Robert H., carpenter, h. 24 Warren 

OLIVER & KOWE (George R. Oli- 
ver and Reuben B. Rowe), stoves and 
tinware, 525 Main 
OUson John T., safe maker, 17 Main, 
house 37 Washington [way 

Olrastead Chaney Mrs., h. rear 358 Broad- 
Olmstead Susan H. Mrs., house 70 Dana 
Olmstead Roswell, driver, Park, h. 9 Kin- 

naird 
Olmsted Oliver A., student H. U., rooms 

44 Matthews Hall 
O'Loughlin John J., shoemaker, 425 Cam- 
bridge, house 423 do. 
Olsen Andrew, second cook at Memorial 

Hall, boards do. 
Olsen Carl G., action maker, 162 Broad- 
way, house 21 Sidney 
Olsen Chas. (Charles Olsen & Co.), pro- 
visions, 403 Main, h. 36 Cherry 
Olsen Charles & Co. (Chas. Olsen), pro- 
visions, 403 Main [ington 
Olsen John T., safe-maker, h. 37 Wash- 
Olson John T., grainer, bds. 41 Tremont 
Olson Jonas, grainer, 203 Bridge, house 

41 Tremont 
Olson Olof J , fresco-painter, boards 50 

Trowbridge 
Olsson John, piano-maker, 624 Main, 

house 150 Prospect 

Olsson John F.. gilder, 8 Harvard square, 

house at Boston [Clark 

Olsson Victor A., cabinet-maker, house 51 

Olys Thomas J., merchant tailor (19 Elm, 

B.), house 297 North avenue 
O'Malley Ann, wid. of Francis, h. 71 Gore 
O'Malley Austin, rubber, 203 Bridge, h. 

at Saugus 

O'Mara David, laborer John Reardon & 

Sons, house 3 Bell [h. do. 

O'Mara David A., tailor, 423 Cambridge, 

O' Meagher Patrick, laborer, house rear 46 

Montgomery 
Oiiativia Jose V., student H. U., rooms 33 

Weld Hall 
O'Neil Alice Mrs., bds. 1 Cowperthwaite 
O'Neil Arthur, printer University Press, 

boards 16 Clark 
O'Neil Charles, laborer, h. 8 Lechmere pi. 
O'Neil Cornelius, iron-molder, h. 16 Clark 
O'Neil Dennis, tailor, 18 Brighton, boards 

39 do. 
O'Neil Eliza Miss, h. rear 189 Hampshire 
O'Neil Felix, laborer W. T. Richardson & 

Co., house 10 Charles River 
O'Neil Henry, peddler, boards 22 Union 
O'Neil James, soap-maker Hale, Teele & 

Bisbee, house 137 Portland 
O'Neil James, laborer, house 1 Dickinson 
O'Neil James, foreman U. R. Co. stable, 

Brighton district 
O'Neil James, laborer, h. 265 Putnam av. 
O'Neil Jeremiah, laborer, h. 95 Third 
O'Neil John, harness-maker, 102 Main, 
boards do. 



O'Neil John W., varnisher F. M. Holmes 

Furniture Co., bds. at Charlestown 
O'Neil Joseph, boiler-maker, 356 Main, h. 

at Water town 
O'Neil Michael, boards rear 46 Foster 
O'Neil Michael, laborer, house 23 Donnell 
O'Neil Michael, laborer, h. rear 46 Foster 
O'Neil Michael, laborer, hous^ 14 Railroad 
O'Neil Michael, teamster John Reardon 

& Sons, boards 58 Waverly 
O'Neil O., driver U. R. Co. 
O'Neil Patrick, laborer, house 9 Railroad 
O'Neil Patrick Mrs., house Bristol, near 

Webster avenue 
O'Neil Thomas, laborer, house 3 Rogers 

block, Main 
O'Neil Thomas, teamster, h. 24 Plymouth 
O'Neil Walter, laborer, house 106 Third 
O'Neil Wm., brass-founder, b. 9 Railroad 
O'Neil William, laborer, 610 Main, house 

62 Amory 
O'Neill Eliza, groceries, 26 Hunting, h.do. 
O'Neil! James, cabinet-maker, b. 4 Vine 
O'Neill James, hostler, 229 Cambridge 
O'Neill James E., bookkeeper (4 P. O. sq., 

B. ), boards 17 Fifth 
O'Neill John, laborer, house 4 Vine 
O'Neill John H., varnisher, b. 4 Vine 
O'Neill Michael, laborer, house 29 Warren 
O'Neill Peter, stone-cutter, Gore wharf, 

house 172 Third 
O'Neill Sarah, widow of James, h. 17 Fifth 
O'Neil], see O'Neil, and Neill 
Opdycke Leonard E., law student H. U., 

rooms 48 Gray's Hall 
Orcutt Alfred H., house 148 Brookline 
Orcutt David H., book-finisher, b. 13 Union 
Orcutt Henry J., mason, rms.2G Mt. Auburn 
Orcutt Ira B., house 17 Upton 
Orcutt Jane H.,wid. ofWm. H.,h. 13 Union 
Orcutt Wallace A., baker, 502 Main, bds. 

464 do. 
Orcutt Wm. A., bookbinder, h. 29 Grigg 
Orcutt William H., associate justice Police 

Court, City building, Brattle sq., and 

attorney-at-law (82 Devonshire, room 

10, B.), house 17 Upton 
Ordway Samuel H., law student H. U.. 

rooms 49 Matthews Hall 
O'Reagan John, laborer, house Lexington 

avenue, 2d from North avenue 
O'Reilley Francis J., mason, house Gar- 
den court, 2d from Dublin 
Organ James, driver U. R. Co., boards 

Thomas Maban's, Auburn place 
O' Riley Catharine, widow, h. 45 Banks 
O' Riley John, laborer, house 121 Spruce 
O' Riley Thomas, laborer, h. 90 Sixth 
Orne Caroline F. Miss, house 49 Auburn 
Orne Charles P., apothecary, 837 Main, 

boards 495 do. [do. 

Orne Joel S., apothecary, 493 Main, h. 495 
Orne John jr., teacher physical depart- 
ment High school, house 104 Ellery 
Orne Mary E. Miss, house 10 Ash 
O'Rourke Edward, peddler, house 66 

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O'Rourke Jeremiah, h. 8 Magazine court 

O'Rourke, see Rourke 

Orphans' Home, Avon hill street, near 

Linnsean 
Orr John, printer University Press, house 

54 Mt. Auburn 
Orr Wm. Rev., pastor St. Paul's church, 

house 34 Holyoke 
Osborn Adolphus, soap makers' supplies 

(25 Central wharf, B.), h. 141 Austin 
Osborn Anna M. Miss, private school, 35 

Norfolk, house do. 
Osborn Charles A. (25 Central wharf, B.), 

house 85 Franklin 
Osborn Eldorado, confectionery ,h. 16 Park 
Osborn Francis A., com. mer. (25 Central 

wharf, B.), house 89 Auburn 
Osborn Fred. E., salesman (25 Essex, B.), 

boards 130 Washington 
Osborn Ira, house 22 Inraan 
Osborn James D. Mrs., h. 130 Washington 
Osborn Jas. FT., peddler, h. 47 Fairmont 
Osborn Jesse, messenger Shawmut Na- 
tional Bank ((50 Congress, B.), house 

202 Putnam avenue 
Osborn Mary F. Mrs., house 50 Columbia 
Osborn Moses, hairdresser, h. 182 Green 
Osborn Nancy, widow of Joseph, house 6 

William 
Osborn S. Minnie Miss, music-teacher, 

410 Harvard, house do. 
Osborn Thomas M., student H. IT., rooms 

14 Holworthy Hall 
Osborne Horace K., clerk (204 Purchase, 

B.), house 17 Lee 
Osborne Mary A. Mrs., house 35 Norfolk 
Osborne Susan O., widow of John, house 

410 Harvard 
Osgood Carrie W. Miss, teacher Webster 

grammar school, boards at Boston 
Osgood Edward S., house 102 Ellery 
Osgood George, house 729 Cambridge 
Osgood Gorham P., carriage and orna- 
mental painter, 270 North avenue, 

boards 364 North avenue 
Osgood Jennie M. Miss, teacher Webster 

grammar school, boards at Boston 
Osgood Julia H. Miss, teacher Shepard 

grammar school, b. 3 Walnut avenue 
Osgood Sarah H., widow of Nathaniel, 

house 42 Essex 
Osgood Walter G., compositor (31 State, 

B.), house 729 Cambridge 
Osgood Wm. N., clerk (40 State, B.), bds. 

102 Ellery 
Osgood William T., salesman (395 Wash- 
ington, B.), house 729 Cambridge 
O'Shea James P., laborer, h. 8 Willard ct. 
O'Shea John, stone-cutter, boards 213 Mt. 

Auburn 
O'Shea Mary, widow of John, house 213 

Mt. Auburn [Auburn 

O'Shea Michael, stone-cutter, bds. 213 Mt. 
O'Shea Patrick, laborer, b. 8 Willard ct. 
O'Shea William H., provisions, 480 Cam- 
bridge, house at Somerville 
O'Shea, see Shea 



Ostburg John A., carriage-trimmer, 131 

Main, house at Boston 
O'Sullivan Florence, cooper John Reardon 

& Sons, house ?1 Brookline 
O'Sullivan Michael, gardener, h. 14 Mill 
O'Sullivan Michael J., tailor, 18 Brighton , 

house 20 do. 
Otis Emma C. Mrs., teacher Willard pri- 
mary school, house 65 Magazine 
Otis James, law student H. IT., rooms 5 

Little's block 
Otis James K, furniture mnfr. (38 Char- 
don, B.), house 36 Bigelow 
Otis Louis, brick-maker, house 104 Dublin 
O'Toole James, laborer, h. 18 Pioneer av. 
O'Toole John, horseshoer, 436 Main, 

boards 374 do. 
O'Toole Patrick, shoemaker, 55 Charles, 

house do. 
O'Toole Stephen, lithographer Riverside 

Press house 10 Hamilton 
Ottignon A. W., piano action maker, 

boards 235£ Broadway 
Otto Catherine, widow of William, house 

62 Harvard 
Otto William, hairdresser, b. 62 Harvard 
Outhwaite Charlotte Mrs., carpet-maker, 

house 2 Central place 
Owen Daniel E. (D. E. Owen & Co.), Eu- 
reka hitch, 555 Main, h. at New York 
Owen D. E. & Co. (Daniel E. Owen and 
Frasier & Smith), Eureka hitch, 555 
Main 
Owen John, author, bds. 56 Mt. Auburn 
Owen Levi B., carpenter, bds. 25 Grigg 
Owen Nathaniel Mrs., h. 3 Hotel Clark 
Owen William H, piano-hammer cover 

maker, 555 Main, bds. 3 Hotel Clark 
Owens Frank, laborer, boards James Ow- 
ens', Rolling mill block, Bristol 
Owens Hugh, house 52 Fifth 
Owens James, laborer, 126 Portland, house 

35 Hampshire 
Owens James, watchman, 126 Portland, 

house Rolling mill block, Bristol 
Owens James, plasterer, h. 31 Warren 
Owens John E., laborer, 72 Main, house 33 

Pioneer place 
Owler William, printer Riverside Press, 

house 25 Blackstone 
Oxford Charles F., machinist, 72 Main, 

boards 24 Cottage 
Oxford Charles W. (J. M. Oxford & Co.), 

furniture, 529 Main, h. 42 Magazine 

Oxford Joseph M. (J. M. Oxford & Co.), 

furniture, 529 Main, house 24 Cottage 

Oxford J. M. & Co. (Joseph M. and Chas. 

W. Oxford), furniture, etc., 529 Main 

Oxnard Henry T., student H. IT., rooms 

16 Winthrop 

PACH G. W. & BROS., photo- 
graphers, Cambridge, corner Prescott, 
house at New York 
Pacifico Aaron, cigar packer, house 133 
Brookline [Brookline 

Pacifico Jacob, interpreter, house 133 



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Packard Albert H., salesman, 539 Main, 

boards 40 Pearl 
Packard Alonzo (Packard and Burrill), 

brush mnfr. (8 Union, B.), house 101 

Thorndike 
Packard Emery J., carpenter and builder, 

18 Elm, house 90 Norfolk 
Packard Flavius, machinist, b. 51 Market 
Packard Fi ederick A., paper (24 Hawley, 

B.). house 7 White 
Packard Horace N., student H. U., rooms 

21 Thayer Hall [21 Thayer Hall 

Packard Walter M., student H. U., rooms 
Packer Clinton M. (C. M. and J. W. Pack- 
er), Western avenue, junction Banks, 

boards 28 Chestnut 
Packer C. M. & J. W. (Clinton M. and 

James W. Packer), carpenters and 

weather strip mnfrs., Western avenue, 

junction Banks 
Packer James W. (C. M. & J. W. Packer), 

Western avenue, junction Banks, 

house 28 Chestnut 
Pack wood John, glass cutter N. E. Glass 

Co., house 76 Spring 
Paddock Eliza A. Miss, teacher Putnam 

grammar school, bds. 342 Broadway 
Page Austin C, box-maker, b. 89 Winsor 
Page Carlos L., boards 445 Cambridge 
Page Edward, student H. U., rooms 28 

Dunster 
Page George G. (George G. Pa^e & Co.), 
3 Hampshire, house 445 Cambridge 

PAGE GEO. G. &CO. (George G., 
Ovanda G. and Wesley L. Page), box 

mnfrs., 3 Hampshire, junc. Broadway 
Page George H., student H. U., rooms 41 

Holyoke House 
Page Julia, widow of Asa, h. 37 Pleasant 
Page Lucy A. Mrs., house 5 Dover 
Page Ovando G. (Geo. G. Page & Co.), 

3 Hampshire, house 141 Washington 
Page Paul T., house 113 Inman 

PAGE PERKINS C, butter and 
cheese (24 Suffolk market, B.), house 
21 Prospect 

Page Sarah G., widow of Charles A., h. 
49 Auburn 

Page Sarah H. Miss, private school, 29 Ev- 
erett, boards do. 

Page Wesley L. (George G. Page & Co.), 
boxmaker, 3 Hampshire,h.2 Worcester 

Page William, house 23 Lee 

Page Win. C. D., machinist, 72 Main, h. 
rear 13 Pine 

Page William E., student H. XL, rooms 4 
Weld Hall 

Paige Caroline E., widow, h. 67 Magazine 

Paige David F.(43 West,B.), b.67 Magazine 

Paige Dennis A. (Paige & Gove), cheese 
maker, 15 Second, b. 23 Ellsworth av. 

Paige Frank, furniture mnfr. (70 Sudbury, 
B.), boards 67 Magazine 

Paige Lucius R., house 112 Washington 

Paige & Gove (Dennis A. Paige and Ar- 
chibald R. Gove), wholesale milk 
dealers and cheese mnfrs., 15 Second 



Paine Calvin C, soap maker, 188 Broad- 
way, house 138 Harvard 
Paine Chas. M., optician (544 Washington, 

B. ), house 84 Washington 
Paine Ellen, widow, house 6 Houghton 
Paine Francis T., driver, 15 Perry, h. 13 do. 
Paine Frederick M., clerk, 17 Brattle, 

house 42 Holyoke 
Paine Frederick W., b. 84 Washington 
Paine Henry W., counselor (209 Washing- 
ton, rooms 1 and 2, B.), h. 66 Sparks 
Paine Isaac, house 40 Austin 
Paine Jas. L., at (48 Canal, B.), b. 8 Dana 
Paine John K. professor of music H. U., 

house 8 Frisbie place 
Paine John S., furniture (48 Canal, B.), 

house 8 Dana 
Paine Oren O., sea-captain, b. 40 Austin 
Paine O. W., treas. American Rubber Co., 

Potter, house at Boston 
Paine Robert S.. bookkeeper (72 South 

Market, B.), house 167 Prospect 
Paine Robert T., student H. U., rooms 25 

• Holyoke 
Paine Sumner E., painter B. & A. R. R. 

(AUston), house 256 Sidney 
Paine Timothy J., brass finisher, 368 Main, 

boards 6 Houghton 
Paine William, driver, 82 Mt. Auburn, 

boards 31 Holyoke 
Paine, see Payne 

Palfrey Caznau Rev., house 94 Oxford 
Palmas Charles, laborer, house Crescent, 

3d on right from Oxford 
Palmer Allison H., turner, 162 Broadway, 

house at Chelsea 
Palmer Benjamin H., driver TJ. R. Co. 
Palmer Fred M., train dispatcher B. & A. 

R. R., house 12 Warland 
Palmer Geo. H., asst. professor of Philos- 
ophy H. U., rooms 27 Stoughton Hall 
Palmer Geo. M., student H. U., boards 62 

Brattle 
Palmer Granville, carpenter, h. lll$Inma n 
Palmer Jas. M., president National Car- 
bureter Co. (17 Milk, B.), h. 62 Brattle 
Palmer James S., confectioner, boards 34 

Broadway 
Palmer John, cutter, house 34 Broadway 
Palmer John, house 86 Gore 
Palmer Joseph A., piano maker, Rhoades 

building, State, house at Boston 
Palmer Nancy C. Miss, house 89 Gore 
Palmer Patrick, laborer, h. 188 Norfolk 
Palmer R. L., at 139 Broadway, house at 

Boston 
Palmer William, machinist, 72 Main 
Pancoast Benj., tinman, 153 Putnam 

avenue, house 20 Howard 
Pancoast Charles W., bookkeeper 446 

Main, house 445 Cambridge 
Panin Ivan N., student H. U., rooms 69 

College House 
Panning J. Fred, varnisher, h. 19 Fifth 
Parish Mary, widow of Eli, h. 54 Hastings 
Park Catherine B., widow of Robert, 
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Park Edward G., engineer B. L. & C. R. 

R., boards Hotel Cambridge 
Park George W., lawyer (48 Congress, B.), 

house 24 Arlington 
Park John, carpenter, house 2 Sands 
Park Jonathan, periodicals, etc., 465 Main, 

house do. 
Park Trenor L., student H. XL, rooms 21 

Little's block 
Parker Abbott, newspapers, etc., 534 Cam- 
bridge, house 105 Inman 
Parker Anson H., salesman (Washington, 

B.), boards 38 Second 
Parker Artemas, stone contractor, Gore 

wharf, Third, and (35 Hawley, B.), 

house at Lynn 
Parker Arthur C, boards 24 Bigelow 
Parker Bridget, widow of John T., house 

rear 24 Franklin 
Parker Carlton Mrs., house 24 Bigelow 
Parker Charles P., clergyman, boards 467 

Broadway 
Parker Chauucey G., student H.U., rooms 

13 Kirkland place 
Parker Chauncey P., house 56 Sacramento 
Parker Christopher C, waiter Memorial 

Hall, rooms 20 Flagg 
Parker Daniel W., clerk (25 Washington, 

B.), house 262 Pearl 
Parker Edmund M.,law student H. U., 

house 5 Craigie 
Parker Edward H., salesman (518 Wash- 
ington, B.), boards 24 Bigelow 
Parker Eliza C. Miss, house 23 Garden 
Parker Ella G. Miss, bookkeeper, 240 

Main, boards at West Somerville 
Parker Ellen, widow of Thomas B., house 

16 Farwell place 
Parker Ellen M. Miss, teacher Thorndike 

grammar school, boards at Medford 
Parker Frank H., clerk (33 Summer, B.), 

boards 24 Bigelow 
Parker Fred C. (Aaron & Parker), cigar 

maker, 513 Main, house 40 Winsor 
Parker Fred W., salesman (25 Summer, 

B.), boards 53 Fourth 
Parker F. Edward, salesman (13 Federal, 

B.), house 112 Inman 
Parker Geo. C, boards 24 Bigelow 
Parker Geo. E., brush maker, h. 89 Vine 
Parker George E. jr., machinist, 169 Gore, 

house 89 Vine 
Parker Henry, painter, h. 2 Grotto nlace 

PARKER HORATIO G., lawyer 
(43 and 44 Sears building, B.), house 

29 Concord avenue 
Parker H. H., cabinet-maker F. M. 

Holmes Furniture Co., h. at Boston 
Parker Jerome W., foreman, 169 Gore, 

house 53 Fourth 
Parker John E., laborer, house 14 Dublin 
Parker John H., teamster, house 239 

Broadway 
Parker Lawrence L. jr., engineer B. L. & 

C. R. R., house 72 Cambridge 
Parker Leander W., conductor U. R. Co., 

boards 88 Mt. Auburn 



Parker Leland N\,h. Harris, opp. Frost 

Parker Levi W., clerk (147 Milk, B.), bds. 
38 Second 

Parker Lilia Mrs., house 223 North av. 

Parker Louisa P. Miss, teacher High 
school, boards 38 Second 

Parker Luther L., deputy sheriff, office 
Leckmere Bank building, E. C, house 
38 Second 

Parker Marcellus B., clerk, 131 Pearl, 
house Acorn, corner Chestnut 

Parker Mary Mrs., folder Riverside Press, 
rooms 33 Kinnaird [Vine 

Parker Mary L., wid. of Richard B., h. 10 

Parker Mary M., widow of Joel, house 5 
Craigie [era av. 

Parker Matilda, wid. of John, h. 67 West- 
Parker Robert B., student Epis. Theologi- 
cal School, Brattle 

Parker Samuel T. (Sanborn, Parker & 
Co.), pickle mnfr., 130 Gore and (29 
So. Market, B.), h. at Wakefield 

Parker Sarah T. Mrs., bds. 212 North av. 

Parker Thomas, hay and grain, 240 and 
242 Main, house at West Somerville 

Parker Thomas A., cabinetmaker, Wood- 
bury building, Otis, h. at Reading 

Parker Wilbur, student H. U., rooms 8 
Mason [24 Bigelow 

Parker Willard, clerk (59 Franklin, B.), b. 

Parker Wm., carver, house 22 Fifth 

Parker William, waiter Memorial Hall, h. 
33 Dunster 

Parker Willie F., clerk (301 Washington, 
B.), boards 223 North avenue 

PARKHILL SAMUEL J., printer 
(218 Franklin, B.), bds. 100 Magazine 
Parkhurst Chas. F., foreman paint shop, 

169 Gore, house 2 Squire's court 
Parkhurst D. B., student H. U., rooms 3 

Divinity Hall flin 

Parkhurst Geo. E., engineer, h. 127 Frank- 
Parkinson Charles A., butcher Niles Bros., 

boards J. F. Parkinson's, Concord av. 
Parkinson Henry A., teamster, house 

Concord av., near Belmont line 
Parkinson John Fred, butcher Niles 

Bros., Concord av., house near do. 
Parkinson Richard G., driver U. R. Co., 

house 45 Winter 
Parkman John, machinist, h. 48 Union 
Parkman Samuel, tinman, 153 Putnam 

avenue, boards 42 River 
Parks Jane, widow of James, h. 58 Amory 
Parks Joseph W., laborer, bds. 58 Amory 
Parks Maggie Miss, nurse, bds. 58 Sidney 
Parks Walter D., conductor U. R. Co., b. 

Cambridge, corner Baldwin 
Parks William, molder, house School, 

corner Moore 
Parlee Hugh C, organ maker, house 66 

Norfolk [Austin 

Parlin Frank H., lawyer, 583 Main, b. 84 
Parmenter Ezra, bridge commissioner and 

overseer of poor, house 37 Second 
Parmenter James P., student H. U., rms. 

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Parmenter William H., salesman, 31 Elm, 

house 12 Essex [bouse 17 State 

Parnell Margaret A., widow of William, 

Parnell Wm. H., boards 17 State 

Parr Wallace E., painter, 642 Main, house 
223 Broadway [av. 

Parr William H., machinist, h. 141 North 

Parrey Martha A., widow of Jas., house 
174 Thorndike 

Parrock Isabella, widow of William H., 

house 134 Pleasant 
Parry Bros. & Smith (John E. and Wm. 
A. Parry, and Alonzo R. Smith),brick 
mnfrs., foot Raymond and off Wel- 
lington, near Hills crossing, office, 220 
North avenue 

Parry Geo. E., brick maker, bds. 29 Rice 

Parry John E. (Parry Bros. & Smith). 
brick mnfr., foot Raymond and off 
Wellington, house 27 Rice 

Parry Richard H., brick-maker, h. 29 Rice 

Parry Susan, widow of C. Ephraim, house 
29 Rice 

Parry Wm. A. (Parry Bros. & Smith), 
brick mnfr., foot Raymond, and off 
Wellington, boards 29 Rice 

Parsons Albert S., treasurer Cambridge- 
port Diary Co., 105 Magazine, house 27 
Ellsworth avenue 

Parsons Alexander, trrocer, 18 River, h. 
do. [35 Mellen 

Parsons Allen B., carpenter, 5 Palmer, h. 

Parsons Celina, widow of Cyrus M., h. 
21 Coggswell avenue 

Parsons Elizabeth, widow, h. 122 Auburn 

Parsons E. C, at 139 Broadway, house at 
Boston 

Parsons Frank B., steam-fitter at 153 Put- 
nam avenue, boards 42 River 

Parsons George, mason, h. 122 Auburn 

Parsons Geo. A., piano-tuner, h. 23 Green 

Parsons Hattie A., clerk, 225 North av., 
boards 10 Russell 

Parsons Henry K. (H. K. Parsons & Co.), 
stable, also hay and straw, 198 North 
avenue, boards 10 Russell 

Parsons H. K. & Co. (Henry K. Parsons 
and George H. True), stable, hay and 
straw, etc., 19S North avenue 

Parsons Josiah P., carpenter. 200| North 
av., boards Porter's Hotel 

Parsons Sylvanus M., cattle broker, house 
10 Russell [h. 54 Garden 

Parsons Theophilus, ex-professor of law, 

Partridge Annie L., wid. of Harvey P., h. 
Raymond, 3d from Walden 

Partridge A. E.. machinist, 72 Main 

Partridge David, case-maker, 162 Broad- 
way, house 56 Webster avenue 

Partridge George F., student H. U., bds. 
52 Mt. Auburn 

Partridge Julia A. B., widow of Olin, h. 
40 Coggswell avenue 

Partridge Leverett F., clerk (28 New F. 
H. market, B.), boards 63 Otis 

Partridge Samuel, at 139 Broadway, bds. 
36 Harvard 



Partridge Wm. 0.,bookkeeper (129 Friend, 

B. ), boards 40 Coggswell avenue 
Pascall Charles, compositor, b. 57 Essex 
Pasco Amelia, wid. of John, h. 57 Essex 
Pasco John J., clerk (47 Franklin, B.), h. 

37 Cottage 

Pasco Louis A., shipper Riverside Press, 
boards 37 Cottage 

PATCH FRANK A. (F. M. Holmes 
Furniture Co.), 44 Cambridge, n. First 

(107 Washington, B.),h. at Winchester 
Patch Helen E. Miss, copyist Probate of- 
fice, Court House, bds. 13 Shepard 
Patch Levi M., conductor U. R. Co., h. 66 

Fairmont [4 Upton 

Patch Matilda S., widow of Joseph, house 
Patchett Edward, supt. of interments Mt. 

Auburn cemetery, h. Mt. Auburn, 

opposite the cemetery 
Patchett James, in Cambridge Rolling 

Mill, house 72 Hampshire 
Paton Lucy, widow, house 1 Village 
Patrick George A., mason, h. 32 Hubbard 

avenue 
Patrick Ralph, printer, h. 7 Lambert av. 
Patriquin John M., salesman (30 Winter, 

B .), house 7 Hamilton 
Patt Julia, widow, house 196 Franklin 
Patten Elbridge G., tuner Ela Bros., bds. 

122 Broadway 
Patten John, laborer, house 56 Charles 
Patten Melissa Mrs., house 15 Clark 
Patten William, student Scientific school, 

rooms 61 College House 
Patten William, laborer, house rear 240 

Cambridge 
Patten William, laborer, b. 167 Broadway 
Patterson Frank, steam-fitter, house 32 

Hubbard avenue 
Patterson George, blacksmith D. Chis- 

holm, house 63 Columbia 
Patterson James, boards Porter's Hotel 
Patterson James, stone-cutter, h. 1 George 
Patterson John, stone-cutter, house 1 Ce- 
dar square [nut court 
Patterson John E., jig-sawyer, h. 27 Wal- 
Patterson Mary, widow of William, house 

1 Church place [53 Spruce 

Patterson Robert J., granite-cutter, house 
Patterson William, carpenter, house 426 

Cambridge 
Pattison William B., cabinet-maker, 17 

Main, house at Chelsea 
Patton James E., sawyer, Rhoades bldg., 

State, boards 347 Main 
Paul Ivory C, cutter (440 Washington,B.), 

house 17 Pleasant place ♦ 

Paul James, manager Union Pacific Tea 

Co., 565 Main, boards 559 do. 
Paul Josiah O., produce, boards 220 Put- 
nam avenue 
Paul Walter E., student H. U., rooms 2 

Thayer Hall 
Paulding James K., student H. U., rooms 

38 Holyoke House 
Paulin Louis R. V., student H. U., rooms 

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Payne Charles W. Mrs., house 10 Jay 
Payne Henry P., cook (B.), house 4 Rogers 

block. Main 
Payne Richard, laborer, house r. 45 Amory 
Payne Richard jr., waiter, b. r. 45 Amory 
Payne Robert H., student H. U., rooms 11 

Divinity Hall 
Payne William R., upholsterer, 613 Main, 

boards at Boston 
Payne, see Paine 
Payson Edward, at 3 Hampshire 
Payson Joseph H., box-maker, 3 Hamp- 
shire, house 117 Winsor 
Peabody Andrew P. Rev., house 11 Quincy 
Peabody Endicott, student Epis. Theo. 

School, Brattle 
Peabody Francis C, clergyman, house 

Shepard, near Garden 
Peace James William, file-cutter, boards 

10 Coggswell place 
Peace Mary Ann, widow of Joseph, house 

10 Coggswell place 
Peak Howard F. (Peak & Anderson), foot 

of Charles River, h. 2 Charles River 
Peak H. N. jr., tuner, 162 Broadway, h. at 

Med ford 

PEAK & ANDERSON (Howard F. 
Peak and John E. Anderson), slaters 

and roofers, foot of Charles River 
Pear Isaac S. (Pettengill & Pear), spring- 
bed mnfr., Rhoades bldg., State, store 

(35 Brattle, B.), house 7 Howard 
Pear Joseph S., boards 28 Front 
Pear Sarah A. E. Miss, house 28 Front 
Pear Thomas, jeweler (27 Avery, B.), h. 

42 Essex 
Pearl Solomon, milkman, house 8 Avon 
Pearmain Sumner B., studeut H. U.,rms. 

37 Matthews Hall 
Pearson Albert L., pork packer (Somer- 

ville), house 57 Pleasant 
Pearson Alexander C, paper-hanger, 12 

Prospect, house do. 
Pearson Augusta, widow of Thomas, h. 

507 Main 
Pearson Sarah, widow of Charles S., house 

125 Washington [507 do. 

Pearson Geo. H., clerk, 595 Main, boards 
Pearson Henry C, piano-maker, 624 Main, 

house 23 Lawrence 
Pearson Horatio P., student H. U., rooms 

45 Thayer Hall 
Pearson Legh R. , printer University Press, 

house 7 Bow 
Pearson Lizzie H., bookkeeper, 660 Main, 

boards 125 Washington 
Pearson Manuel, machinist, 17 Main, h. 2 

Baldwin place 
Pearson Mary S., widow, h. 23 Lawrence 
Pearson William, bookkeeper (160 Con- 
gress, B. ), house 2 Austin place 
Pease Charles R., broker, h. 141 North av. 
Pease Curtis S., bookkeeper Boston Ice 

Co., Prison Point road, h. at Maiden 
Pease Daniel jr., salesman (55 Bedford, 

B.), house 15 Beech 
Pease Matthew, carpenter, b. 27 Warland 



Peaslee Cyrus, provisions (40 F. H. square, 
B.), house 727 Cambridge 

Peaslee Sarah T., widow of Daniel C, h. 
527 Cambridge 

Peaslee Winnifred I., clerk (40 F. H. sq., 
B.), boards 527 Cambridge 

Peckham Frank, at 139 Broadway, house 
at Boston 

Peckham W. H., conductor U. R. Co. 

Peirce Albert P., confectioner, house 65 
Columbia 

Peirce Benjamin O., instructor in Math- 
ematics H. U., rooms 43 Gray's Hall 

Peirce George A., trav. salesman Curtis 
Davis & Co., house 5 Greenough av. 

Peirce George H. Mrs., boards 686 Main 

Peirce Harriet E., widow of George, house 
8 Allen 

Peirce James M., University Professor of 
Mathematics H. U, and Secretary of 
the Academic Council, house 4 Kirk- 
land place 

Peirce Louisa B., dressmaker, h. 2 Banks 

Peirce Mary F. Miss, teacher High school, 
boards 91 Magazine 

Peirce W. Wallace, clerk, 452 Main 

Peirce, see Pierce 

Peison Edward L., student H. U., rooms 
33 Matthews Hall 

Pelkey Francis, broom mnfr., 41 Cedar, 
house 2 Mt. Pleasant 

Pellaquin Gilbert, engineer Martin Win- 
slow Sands brick yard, house 106 
Concord avenue 

Pellew William George, student H. U., 
rooms 20 Dunster 

Peltier Fred, cabinet maker, 54 Bridge, h. 
at Somerville [Market 

Peltier Joseph O., organ builder, house 51 

Peltier Louis O., piano regulator, boards 
51 Market 

Pendexter Frances E. Miss, teacher Gore 
primary school, house 80 Fourth 

Pendlebury Ellen Miss, hair worker, 
house 128 Norfolk 

Pendlebury Mary A., wid., h. 128 Norfolk 

Pendlebury Thomas H.. cigar maker, 513 
Main, house at Waltham 

Pendleton Clifton A., clerk, 11 Harvard 
row, bds. 46 Mt. Auburn [48 Brattle 

Pendleton Elliott H., student H. U., rms. 

Pendleton Isaac H., wood and coal, 3 
Douglass, house 271 Main 

Pendleton Nathan G., student H. U., rms. 
48 Brattle [1 Thayer Hall 

Penhallow Arthur L., student H. U., rms. 

Penh allow David P., prof, of Botany, 
house 85 Brattle [way, h. do. 

Penke Frederick, shoemaker, 161 Broad- 

Pennell Ellington (Pennell & Co.), hard- 
ware, etc., 57 Cambridge, h. 11 Sixth 

Pennell James F. (Pennell & Co.), hard- 
ware, etc., 57 Cambridge, house 114 
Thorndike 

Pennell & Co. (Ellington and James F. 
Pennell), hardware and stoves, 57 
Cambridge 



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Penney James S., watchman Almshouse, 

Tannery, house do. 
Penney John D., farmer Richard Penney, 
foot Harvey, house 352 North avenue 
Penney Mary, widow of William, house 49 

Reed 
Penney Richard, farmer, house foot Har- 
vey, at Arlington line 
Penney Thomas W., police, station 5, h. 
Elm, corner Russell 

Penney William, salesman (30 Winter, B.), 
house 2 Lawrence 

Penniman Albert B., house 297 Broadway 

Penniman Benjamin F., printer University 
Press, house 6 Daniels court 

Penniman George W., reporter (238 Wash- 
ington, B.), h. 225 Broadway, room 5 

Penniman James W., carriage painter, 
house 54 Columbia 

Penniman Thomas J. (T. J. Penniman & 
Co. ), carriage manufacturer, 446 Main, 
house 9 State 

Penniman T. J. & Co. (Thomas J. Penni- 
man), carriage mnfrs., 446 and 448 Main 

Pennington George, ladder maker, house 
131 Thorn dike [Thorndike 

Pennington George, teamster, boards 131 

Penno Charles H., tuner, 162 Broadway, 
house at Boston 

Pennock Nathaniel A., jeweler, 188 North 
avenue, house 20 Orchard 

Pepper Frederick A., laborer, b. 48 Sidney 

Pepper Patrick, engineer pumping sta- 
tion, Middlesex Bleachery, rear 9 
Sacramento, house at Somerville 

Pepper Rosanna, widow ot Thomas, house 
74 Sacramento [Sacramento 

Pepper William, box maker, boards 74 

Perault Peter, farmer, house Clifton, near 
Spruce 

Percival Edmund A., tailor, 337 Main, h. do. 

Percival Frank F., salesman F. Geldowsky 
Furniture Co., First, cor. Thorndike, 
house at Boston 

Perham John Mrs., house 97 Columbia 

Perham Richard P., house 27 Brewery 

Perkins Albert S., student H. U., rooms 
63 College House [Amory 

Perkins Augustus M., painter, house 11 

Perkins Charles B., student H. U., rooms 
47 Beck Hall 

Perkins Charles H., at 162 Broadway, h. 
119 Portland [Broadway 

Perkins Edward, carpenter, boards 271 

Perkins Edward, polisher, boards 23 Cam- 
bridge 

Perkins Elisha K, cooper (Boston wharf, 
First, South Boston), house 107 Pearl 

Perkins Fayette A., milkman, 165 Pearl, 
house do. 

Perkins Francis N. C, messenger Second 
Nat. Bank (1 and 2 Sears building, 
B.), house 14 Ash 

PERKINS GEORGE A., lawyer, 7 
Brattle and (75 State, B.),h. 7 Everett 
Perkins George G., signal-man B. & A. 
R. R., house 218 Putnam avenue 



Perkins George H., student H. U., rooms 

38 College House 
Perkins George W., student H. U., rooms 

3 Stoughton Hall 
Perkins Hamilton H., clerk (33 North,B.), 

house 104 Auburn 
Perkins James, com. mer. (7 Merchants 

Row, B.), house 14 Ash 
Perkins Jennie Estelle Miss, music teach- 
er, boards 11 Amory 
Perkins John, driver, 31 Elm, bds. 39 do. 
Perkins John jr., house 23 Ellery 
Perkins John B., carpenter, house rear 174 

Thorndike jatMedford 

Perkins John F., tuner, 162 Broadway, h. 
Perkins John K., cooper (Boston wharf, 

First, South Boston), bds. 107 Pearl 
Perkins John W., student H. U., rooms 78 

Mt. Auburn 
Perkins Levi, carpenter, house 7 Everett 
Perkins Levi G., painter, house 5 King pi. 
Perkins Napoleon, laborer, house 37 Vine 
Perkins Oliver L., salesman (477 Washing- 
ton, B.), house 48 Shepard 
Perkins Oliver S., slipper mnfr. (Beach, 

B.), house 35 Magazine 
Perkins Robert P.. student H. U., rooms 

31 Beck Hall ' 
Perkins Susan S., wid. of H.H., h. 16 Lake 
Perkins Walter S., salesman (4 Chauncy, 

B.), house 23 Ellery 
Perkins William H., carpenter, b. 141 Gore 
Perkins Zillah E., widow of James A., h. 

165 Pearl 
Pero John, tinsmith, house 3 Broadway 
Perrigo Lorenzo J., conductor U. R. Co., 

house 40 Holyoke 
Perrin Arthur (254 Washington, B.), bds. 

Franklin Perrin's, Arsenal square 
Perrin Charles P., student H. U., rooms 

9 Matthews Hall [48 Brattle 
Perrin Edward S., student H. U., rooms 
Perrin Franklin, auditor, City Hall, house 

Arsenal square 
Perry Alexander H., carriage painter, rear 

10 Brattle, house at Allston 
Perry Benjamin, carpenter, b. 33 Fifth 
Perry Caroline M. Miss, copyist, Otis, cor. 

Second, boards at Concord 

Perry Charles A., carpenter (Allston), h. 
154 Green 

Perry Charles E., blacksmith, Gore wharf, 
Third, house 117 Otis 

Perry Charles F., fireman (N. T. & N. E. 
R. R.), boards 19 Winthrop 

Perry Eben F., news dealer (E. R. R. de- 
pot, B.), house rear 131 Thorndike 

Perry Eliza A , widow of Benj. F., house 
19 Winthrop 

Perry Eugene, painter, 3 Sargent, h. do. 

Perry E., student H. XL, rooms 17 Mat- 
thews Hall 

Perry Foster, carpenter, h. 15 Fairmont av. 

Perry Frank, stamper, 153 Putnam av., 
boards 42 River 

Perry George O., action-maker, 162 Broad- 
way, house 44 Market 



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Perry George T., house 681 Main 

Perry Henry, laborer, h. 3 Lechmerebldg. 

Perry Herbert, driver ( Miller & Snow, B. ) 

boards 1 9 Winthrop 
Perry James, peddler, house 3 Gray place 
Perry Joseph, laborer, house 130 Bridge 
Perry Joseph L., salesman (35 F. H. mar- 
ket, B.), house 44 Market 
Perry Manuel, laborer, house 105 Fourth 
Perry Manuel, laborer, house 128 Bridge 
Perry Melvin W., carpenter, h. 154 Green 
Perry Oscar E., student H. U., rooms 2 
Stoughton Hall [Harvey 

Perry Simon, painter, house Clay, 2d from 
Perry Wm., furniture painter (134 North, 

B.), house 63 Elm 
Perry William F., trader, bds. 63 Elm 
Perry William H., clerk, 17 Brattle, boards 

19 Winthrop 
Person Elwin F , officer House of Correc- 
tion, house 129 Thorndike 
Person Eskela, machinist, 72 Main 
Pert Daniel S., cabinet-maker, house 1 

Grassland 
Pervere C. N. Mrs., house 48 Dana 
Pervere David N., boards 48 Dana 
Pervere, see Pevear 
Pesong Andrew J., waiter, boards 39 

Washington 
Pestell Alfred, paper-hanger, h. 82 Third 
Peters Charles J., stereotyper (73 Federal, 

B.), house 110 Austin 
Peters Charles J. jr., stereotyper (4 Pearl, 

B.), house 12 Fayette 
Peters George, baker, 502 Main, boards 41 

Franklin 
Peters George E. (73 Federal, B.), house 

107 Austin 
Peters Henry P., clerk (P. O., B.), house 

132 Prospect 
Peters Samuel S., clerk (34 F. H. sq., B.), 
house 38 Pine [19 Vine 

Peterson Andrew, cabinet-maker, house 
Peterson Carl A., coachman, 80 North av., 
boards do. [10 do. 

Peterson Carl S., clerk, 9£ Mt. Auburn, b. 
Peterson Charles H., machinist, 72 Main 
Petersou Frank C, cabinet-maker F. M. 
Holmes Furniture Co., house at East 
Somerville 
Peterson Hans, cabinet-maker, 23 Brattle, 
house 157 Green [win pi. 

Peterson John, fisherman,, house 2 Bald- 
Peterson John, soap-maker, Waverly, 

corner Talbot, boards 175 Main 
Peterson John F., foreman, 124 Harvard, 

house 136 do. 
Peterson John P., carriage body maker, 

house 1 Webster avenue 

Peterson Lewis, clerk, 502 Main, house 88 

Norfolk [st. place 

Peterson Peter, oil finisher, h. 10 Fourth 

Peterson Reuben, student H. U., rooms 

17 Thayer Hall 
Peterson Theodore L., cabinet-maker, 44 

Cambridge, house at Charlestown 
Petri Joseph, cooper J. H. Eames 



Pettengill Edwin M., clerk (53 Broad, B.), 

house 46 Prospect 
Pettengill Joel C, watchman Riverside 

Press, house 8 Hamilton 
Pettengill Robert, machinist, 72 Main 
Petti n gill Addie, teacher Kindergarten 

school, 76 Moore, boards do. 
Pettingill Joseph R., house 886 Main 
Pettingill Wm. H., oil clothes maker H. 

M. Sawyer, boards 64 Thorndike 
Pettingill & Pear (Isaac S. Pear), spring 

bed mnfrs., Rhoades bldg., State, 

salesroom (35 Brattle, B.) 
Pevear Warren E., ins. agent (31 Milk, 

B.), boards 5 Pleasant place 
Pevear. see Pervere 

Peverelly George A., house 3 Amory pi. 
Peverelly Rebecca, widow of Anthony, h. 

3 Amory place 
Pfaff Geo. H., cracker dealer, rooms 68 

Mt. Auburn 
Pflpger Gotlieb, laborer, h. 12^ Winter 
Phalen Daniel, hostler U. R. Co., Dunster, 

boards 7 Daniels court 
Phalen James, laborer, house 25 Banks 
Phalen Lucy R., widow of Joseph, house 

88 Mt. Auburn 
Phalen William, case maker, 162 Broad- 
way, house 72 Washington 
Phalan William E., clerk, b.72 Washington 
Phealan Richard, laborer, house 55 Amory 
Phelan Annie Miss, dressmaker, house 

198 Hampshire 
Phelan E«lmund M., cooper (Constitution 

wharf, B.), house 110 Magazine 
Phelan Edmund T., diary maker, 105 Mag- 
azine, house 174 Putnam avenue 
Phelan Ellen Miss, dressmaker, house 198 

Hampshire 
Phelan Jeremiah J., switchman F. R. R., 

boards 40 Bolton 
Phelan John T., plumber, 17 Brattle, bds. 

Mt. Auburn, cor. Elm wood avenue 

PHELAN PATRICK, furniture, 
stoves, etc., 383 Main, house do. 
Phelan Tnos. J., stone-cutter, h. 37 Bolton 
Phelan Timothy A., house 30 Mt. Auburn 
Phelan William, gardener Jas. R. Lowell, 

h. Mt. Auburn, cor. Elmwood avenue 
Phelan Wm., laborer, house 40 Bolton 
Phelan Wm. T. jr., glazier, 10 Arrow, bds. 

Mt. Auburn, cor. Elmwood avenue 
Phelps Albert G., brakeman F. R. R., bds. 

12 Norfolk 
Phelps Albert S., at University Press, h. 

22 Lowell 
Phelps Samuel B., carpenter, h. 5 Everett 
Phelps S. Decatur, conductor U. R. Co., 

house 85 Putnam avenue 
Phelps Wm. H., electrotyper University 

Press, house 81 Green 
Phenix Benj. W., laborer, bds. 10 Elmer 
Phenix Margaret A., widow, h. 10 Elmer 
Philbrick Hattie, action maker, 162 Broad- 
way, house 4 Rogers block, Main 
Philbrick Louisa D., widow of Ira R., h. 

4 Rogers block, Main 



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Phillips Albert, teamster, house 9 Cow- 

perthwaite 

Phillips Charles, painter, house 60 Norfolk 

Phillips Charles A., bar tender, 2 "Winter, 

boards 7 do. [h. 13 State 

Phillips Charles W., conductor U. R. Co., 

Phillips Clarissa, widow of Thomas, house 

783 Cambridge [Trowbridge 

Phillips Edward E., tutor H. U., rooms 12 

Phillips Edward S., furrier, 593£ Main, h. 

23 Essex [7 Winter 

Phillips Ellen, widow of Charles, house 

Phillips Enos B, shoe mnfr., 37 and 39 

Clark, and (68 Pearl, B.), h. 41 Inman 

Phillips Geo. W., laborer, boards 9 Cow- 

perthwaite 
Phillips James, action-maker, 162 Broad- 
way, house 307 North avenue 
Phillips James, printer, h. 109 Tremont 
Phillips Joseph S., house 59 Pleasant 
Phillips William F., provisions, boards 150 
Hampshire [avenue 

Phillips William P. (B.), house 2 Richdale 
Philp Casimir Yon, mechanical engineer, 

604 Main, house 13 Florence 
Phillpot A., printer University Press, h. 
20 Holyoke [bds. 1 Elm 

Philpot Ernest E.. packer, 162 Broadway, 
Philpott David Mrs., house 8 Beaver 
Phinney Alice Miss, teacher Webster 

grammar school, boards 7 Prince 
Phinney Charles S., machinist, 72 Main, 

boards 177 do. 
Phinney Edward H, roller in Cambridge 

rolling mill, house 72 Winsor 
Phinney Hugh M., stoves, etc., 244 Broad- 
way, house 70 Winsor 
Phinney Malford E., in Cambridge rolling 

mill, house 53 Clark 
Phippen Hardy, student H. U., rooms 33 

Matthews Hall 
Phipps William R., boots and shoes (134 

Summer, B.), house Foxcroft 
Pichette Charles E., sewing-machine agt., 

441 Main, house rear 84 Elm 
Pickard Joseph, laborer, house 5 Rogers 

block, Washington 
Pickering Edward Charles, Phillips Prof, 
of Astronomy, Prof, of Geodesy, and 
Director of the Observatory, Garden, 
house do. 
Pickering Frank W., clerk (127 Broad, B.), 

boards 52 Prospect 
Pickering Fred A., clerk (89 F. H. market, 

B.), boards 52 Prospect 
Pickering Mark, house 52 Prospect 
Pickering McLaurin F., ship-broker and 
com. mer. (13 Exchange place, B.), h. 
71 Magazine 
Pickering McLaurin J., student H. U., 

rooms 9 Weld Hall 
Pickett Joseph J., stone-pointer (35 Haw- 
ley, B.), house 21 Western avenue 
Pickett Mary E., dressmaker, boards 21 
Shepard [21 Shepard 

Pickett Nancy, widow of Samuel, house 
Pickett N. Ella Miss, boards 21 Shepard 



Pickop Edwin M., student H. U., boards 

12 DeWolf 
Picoatt Oren F. , carpenter, b. 16 Rockwell 
Pidgeon Horatio, box-maker, house 303 
Cambridge [Cambridge 

Pidgeon Parker T., laborer, house rear 240 
Pierce Albert H, collector (169 Washing- 
ton, B.), house 26 Worcester 
Pierce Alex. McLeod, printer Riverside 

Press, house 105 Putnam avenue 
Pierce Benj. J., teamster, 180 Main, h. do. 
Pierce Chas. E.. tin and sheet iron work- 
er, 42 Elm, house 67 Inman 
Pierce Charles W., photographic printer, 

182 Green 
Pierce Clara W., widow of Andrew, house 

Mt. Auburn, above McDonald 
Pierce Eliza A. Mrs., dressmaker, house 6 

Beech 
Pierce Eliza T., widow, hoiase 9 Walden 
Pierce Eugene W., carpenter, house 65 Mt. 

Auburn 
Pierce Ezekiel P. (32 Hawley, room 1, B.), 

house 279 Broadway 
Pierce Francis E., restaurant, 203 North 

avenue, house 9 Walden 
Pierce Frank K., shipping clerk, 502 Main, 

house 52 Austin 
Pierce Harriet S. Mrs., dressmaker, 65 Mt. 

Auburn, house do. 
Pierce Israel F., house 22 East 
Pierce James H., clerk (basement Old 

State House, B.), boards 6 Beech 
Pierce James P., carpenter, house 65 Mt. 

Auburn 
Pierce James W., treas. Boston Can Co. 

(126 Milk, B.), house 235 Harvard 
Pierce Joseph S., h. 2 Riverside place 
Pierce Josephine L. Mrs., dressmaker, h. 

289 Pearl 
Pierce Leander, supt. of bakery, 502 Main, 

boards 52 Austin 
Pierce Robert T. B., express driver, house 

10 Magee 
Pierce Sarah E., widow of James W., 

house 94 Norfolk 
Pierce Thomas F., laborer, h. 42 Fairmont 
Pierce Walter E., clerk, bds. 9 Walden 
Pierce Wm., laborer Cambridge Laundry 
Pierce William D., leader Pierce's Quad- 
rille band, boards 25 Park 
Pierce Wm. E., upholsterer, 23 Brattle, 

boards 7 Sumner 
Pierce, see Peirce 

Piercy John A., blacksmith, h. 119 Harvard 
Pierpont William, furniture polisher, h. 

182 Harvard 
Pigott Hannah S., widow of Richard, h. 

236 Putnam avenue 
Pike Annie S. Mrs., dressmaker, 416 Main, 

house do. 
Pike A. Herbert, sawyer, 3 Hampshire, 

boards 1 do. 
Pike Carlos L., foreman, 3 Hampshire, 

boards 2 Prospect 
Pike Caroline S., wid. of John,h. 99 Green 
I'ike Charles, carpenter, house 20 Front 



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Pike Charles L., police, station 2, house 

125 Norfolk 
Pike George F., metals (19 Tremont Row, 

B.), house 99 Green 
Pike George S., carpenter, h. 62 Cherry- 
Pike Henry H., contractor, house 52* Sac- 
ramento 
Pike James, livery stable. 565f Main, 70 

Norfolk, and (J. Pike & Co.), Church, 

near Harvard sq., house 7 Norfolk 
Pike Joel S. (J. Pike & Co.), livery stable, 

Church, opp. Palmer, h. 24 Church 
Pike John, driver J. Pike & Co., house 22 

Farwell place [h. 128 Otis 

Pike John N., watchman B. L. & C. R. R., 
Pike Joseph A., blacksmith, boards 22 

Farwell place 
Pike Joseph S., foreman and shipping 

agent, 169 Gore, house 138 Otis 
Pike J. Herbert, clerk (19 Bedford, B.), 

boards 99 Green 

PIKE J. & CO. (James and Joel S. 
Pike, livery stable, Church, near Har- 
vard square [Bird, Pelham 

Pike Lowell Mason, iron molder H. M. 

Pike Mary E., widow of Asa H., boarding- 
house, 175 Main 

Pike Nellie L. Miss, teacher Gore primary 
school, boards 138 Otis 

Pike Stanton 8., packer, 162 Broadway, 
boards 75 Main [22 Pearl 

Pike Summer C, engineer, 382 Main, h. 

Pike Theodore L., inspector of sewers, 
City Hall, house 52 Sacramento 

Pike Walter W., asst. city clerk, City 
Hall, house 105 Otis 

Pike William U., sawyer, 3 Hampshire, 
boards 1 do. 

Pillard Oliver E., supt. Isham Lock Co., 
17 Main, house 127 Norfolk 

Piller Emanuel, cigar-maker, 35 Pearl, 
house 14 Decatur [14 Decatur 

Piller Simon, cigar-maker, 513 Main, bds. 

Pillsbury C. W., conductor U. R. Co. 

Pillsbury Samuel, linen glace (86 Wash- 
ington, B.), house 207 Harvard 

Pmchard A. P., cabinet maker, h. 6 Vine 

Pinckney James E., at 139 Broadway, bds. 
77 Clark [h. at Boston 

Pmgree Charles A., machinist, 356 Main,- 

Pmkerton Charles H., machinist, boards 
31 Winsor 

Pinkerton James, house 31 Winsor 

Pinkham Frederic B. C, carpenter, house 
223 Broadway, room 7 

Pinkham George G., tinsmith, 552 Main, 
house 119 Green [205 Harvard 

Pinkham Henry M., editor (11 Milk.B.), h. 

Piot Charles, cabinet-maker, h. 46 Spring 

Piper Caroline T. Mrs., widow, house 27 
Hudson [Ellery 

Piper George F., clergyman, house 61 

Piper George F., lawyer (48 Congress, B.J, 
house 12 Shepard 

Piper Henry A., accountant (40 Water, 
room 60, B.), house Langdon, near 
North avenue 



Piper Henry C, clerk, boards Henry A. 

Piper's, Langdon 
Piper Mary E. Mrs., house 22 Concord av. 
Piper Wm. C, clerk, boards 20 Wendell 
Piper Wm. T., house 22 Concord avenue 
Pitkin Emily R., teacher Allston grammar 

school, boards 16 Prospect 
Pitman John F., coal (793 Somerville av., 

West Somerville), house 19 Beech 
Pitts Michael, butcher Niles Bros., house 

Concord avenue, next railroad 
Place Charles, box-maker (42 Green, B.), 

boards 46 Pelham 
Place Edward R., bookbinder, house 37 

Columbia 
Plagemann Charles J., piano-maker, 

Rhoades bldg., State, bds. at Boston 
Plancich Peter H. (V. Plancich & Son), 

grocer, 78 Harvard, boards do. 
Plancich Vincent (V. Plancich & Son), 

grocer, 78 Harvard, house do. 
Plancich V. & Son (Vincent and Peter H. 

Plancich), grocers, 78 Harvard 
Pleasanter Robert, painter, house rear 

5 Flagg street court 
Plummer Alfred F., piano key maker, bds. 

42 Winsor 
Plummer Bard, boards 9 Lake View av. 
Plummer Carrie H., dressmaker, house 19 

Winthrop 
Plummer Frederick W., clerk (26 Sum- 
mer, B.), house 28 Prospect 
Plummer Horatio N., house 254 North av. 
Plummer John W., musician and watch 

maker (Waltham), boards 64 Dana 
Plummer Rufus B. t carpenter, house 2 

Emmons place 
Plummer Thos. R., student H. U., rooms 

2 Little's block 
Plummer Wm. E., bookbinder, b.42Winsor 
Plummer William H. P., carpenter, house 

42 Winsor [Main 

Plummer W. Henry, e^g dealer, bds. 559 
Plummer W. H., machinist, 72 Main 
Plum ridge Geo., printer Riverside Press, 

house 25 School street court 
Plumridge Joseph S., packer F. M. Holmes 

Furniture Co., house at Charlestown 
Plunkett John, laborer,h. 22 Charles River 
Plunkett John, painter, 16 Brighton 
Poindexter John T., waiter Memorial 

Hall, house 28 Brighton 
Poirier Philias, brick-maker, house foot 

of Clifton [Winthrop 

Poland Edward, driver coupe, rooms 46 
Police Court, City building, Brattle sq. 
Polk Benjamin B., waiter Memorial Hall, 

rooms 28 Brighton [Boston 

Pollard Albion S., clerk, 567 Main, bds. at 
Pollard Alonzo W., student H. U., rooms 

17 Holworthy Hall 
Pollard Christopher, teamster (102 Sud- 
bury, B.), house 3 Broadway 
Pollard George, carpenter, h. 44 Norfolk 
Pollard John S., assessor ward 2, house 9 

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Pollock A. F., business dept. Cambridge 

Chronicle, 573 Main (150 Tremont, 

B.), house at Boston 
Pondexter Foote, hostler U. R. Co. 
Ponta Manuel L., hairdresser, h. 52 Winter 
Poole Calvin, mason, boarding-house, 

house 41 Franklin [84 Auburn 

Poole Francis H., traveling salesman, h. 
Poole Fred L., traveling salesman, 503 

Main, house 84 Auburn 
Poole Fred W., driver (450 Washington, 

B.), boards 41 Franklin 
Poole Isaac K., grocer, 2£ Rogers block, 

Main, house 112 Harvard 
Poor Albert, law student H. U., rooms 4 

Hollis Hall [h. 43 Cedar 

Poor Charles H., teamster (3 Castle, B.), 
Pope Charles, mariner, h. 1 Chestnut pi. 
Pope Charles G. (Hammond & Pope), 

lawyer, 555 Main, h. at E. Somerville 
Pope Eugene A., bookkeeper (9 Tremont, 

B. ), house 21 Clinton 
Pope Frank G., stencil-maker (8 Dock sq., 

B.), house Chestnut, corner Acorn 
Pope Frederic, architect and builder (209 

Washington, rra. 35, B.),b. 136 Austin 
Pope John, stencils (8 Dock square, B. ), 

house 45 Cottage 
Pope Samuel, house 136 Austin 
Pope Walter H., clerk (130 Federal, B.), 

house 45 Cottage 
Popkin Mary R. Miss, house 25 North av. 
Porcellian Club, 444 Harvard. 
Portch George R., gardener Mrs. R. B. 

Storer, Linnaean, boards do. 
Porter Benjamin F., stair-builder and cab- 
inet-maker, 74 Brighton, house 7 Mt. 

Auburn 
Porter Charles F., oils, house 126 Winsor 
Porter David S., traveling salesman, 400 

Main, house 402 do. 
Porter Frank E., safe-maker, 17 Main, bds. 

at Somerville 
Porter Franklin, furniture mover (Charles, 

corner Mt. Vernon, B.), bds. 52 River 
Porter George W., clerk, 114 Cambridge, 

boards 95 Spring [h. 43 Clark 

Porter Hamilton, machinist, 368 Main, 
Porter Harry G., clerk (19 Central, B.), 

boards 68 Prospect [15 Park 

Porter Horace L., clerk, 5 Broadway, h. 

PORTER LINN B., editor and pro- 
prietor Cambridge Chronicle, 573 

Main, house 276 Broadway 
Porter Nellie Mrs., h. 42 Coggswell av. 
Porter Patrick H., machinist (B.), house 

rear 25 Winter 
Porter Perez G., Revere Sugar Refinery 

(23 Broad, B.), house 68 Prospect 
Porter Samuel, sewing-machine agent, 

boards 276 Broadway 
Porter William, furniture mover (Charles, 

cor. Mt. Vernon, B.), house 52 River 
Porter Wm. H., clerk (7 Kilby, B.), house 

45 Erie 
Porter Wm. N., glass-cutter N. E. Glass 

Co., house 95 Spring 



Porter William R., house 28 North av. 
Porter's Hotel, Francis Locke, proprietor, 

185 North avenue 
Post Carrie M. Miss, teacher of dancing, 

603 Main, boards at Boston 

Post 30 G. A. R., Wellington Hall, Pearl 
Post 56 G. A. R., Palmer, corner Brattle 
Post 57 G. A. R., 115^ Cambridge 
Postawka Louis, piano taboret mnfr., 

Rhoades building, State 
Potter Addie J. Mrs., house 17 Lawrence 
Potter Charles W., mechanical engineer, 

604 Main 

Potter Harry J., bookbinder Riverside 

Press, boards 26 Jay 
Potter Thos., carpenter, h. 159 Columbia 
Potter Thomas, foreman (107 Milk. B.), 

house 9 Fairmont avenue 
Potter Warren C, furniture mover and 

express, 13 Harvard row,h. 35Dunster 
Potter Whipple N., student H. U., rooms 

3 Hollis Hall 
Potter William, painter, bds. 7 Franklin 
Potts James H., justice of the peace, 

house 97 River [h. 119 Otis 

Pousland William F., engineer, 169 Gore, 
Powell Charles, paper-hanger, 660 Main, 

house 512 do. 
Powell Mary Mrs., house 13 Rice 
Powell Walter E., printer, 1 Dunster, h. 

Willard place, at Allston 
Powell William E., bookkeeper (66 State, 

B.). boards Garden street place 
Power David W., carpenter, 73 Brighton, 

house 82 Oxford 
Power Frank W., clerk, 153 Putnam av., 

boards 78 Green 
Power James, house 177 Norfolk 
Power James, laborer, house 21 Grant 
Power John E., boots and shoes, 26 Wash- 
ington, house atBeachmont 
Power John H., bookbinder, b. 21 Grant 
Power J. William, bookbinder Riverside 

Press, house 21 Grant 
Power Lawrence F., printer University 

Press, house 20 Magee 
Power Nicholas D., printer, h. 78 Green 
Power Thos., harness-maker (31 Chelsea, 

B.), house 185 Norfolk 
Powers Bridget, widow, h. 6 Hastings 
Powers Catharine, widow of John, house 

6 Rogers block, Main 
Powers Chas. A., provisions (30 Clinton, 

B.), house 17 Eliot 
Powers Ellen, widow of Thomas, variety 

store, 335 Cambridge, house do. 
Powers Elmer W., sawyer, 139 Broadway, 

house 8 Tufts 
Powers Hugh, machinist, h. 174 Winsor 
Powers James, furniture polisher, house 

39 Charles 
Powers James £., laborer, h. 174 Franklin 
Powers John, blacksmith, b. 46 Willow 
Powers John, iron-molder, Third, c. Bent, 

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Powers John, shoemaker, house 411 Cam- 
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Powers John, laborer, house 47 North 
Powers John, teamster, 20,3 Bridge, house 

12 Stevens court 
Powers Lawrence A., cabinet-maker, 54 

Bridge, boards 43 Winter 
Powers Lee L., clerk, 5 Harvard sq., house 

20 Holyoke [20 Holyoke 

Powers Mary A., wid. of Joseph S.. house 
Powers Maurice, teamster, bds. 3 Bristol 
Powers Maurice, molder, h. 13| Franklin 
Powers Patrick, laborer, house 7 McCabe 
Powers Patrick, paver, house 93 Tremont 
Powers Richard, at 139 Broadway, house 

at Boston 
Powers Richard, house foot of Auburn pi. 
Powers Richard, laborer, house 3 Bristol 
Powers Richard jr., laborer, house Wood- 
lawn, near Gushing 
Powers Richard D., molder, 368 Main, h, 

rear 27 Pine 
Powers Robert, laborer, boards Richard 

Powers', Auburn place 
Powers Thomas, fireman, h. 22 Harvard 
Powers Thomas, laborer, house 122 Elm 
Powers William, laborer, house Vineyard 
Powers William F., molder, 368 Main, bds. 

11 School 
Praetsch Bernard, oil-finisher, 624 Main, 

house 109 Pleasant [109 Pleasant 

Praetsch Bernard jr., printer (B.), boards 
Praetsch Richard, oil-finisher, 624 Main, 

boards 109 Pleasant 
Prantz Max, tinsmith, boards 150 Spring 
Pratt Aaron B., stoves, etc., 226 Cam- 
bridge, house 6 Mullin's court 
Pratt Aaron B. jr., gilder, 77 Cambridge, 

boards 6 Mullin's court 
Pratt Albert, cabinet-maker, h. 72 Gore 
Pratt Amanda F., teacher kindergarten 

school, 41 Holyoke, house at Boston 
Pratt C. A., student H. U., rooms 4 

Stoughton Hall |6 Mullin's ct. 

Pratt Daniel, brush-maker, 12 Gore, bds. 
Pratt I). Webster, civil engineer, boards 

74Inman [168 Cambridge 

Pratt Eben, coffin-maker, 203 Bridge, h. 
Pratt Edward W. Mrs., house 20 Mead 
Pratt Elizabeth W. Miss, house 16 Sidney 
Pratt E. R., driver U. R. Co. 
Pratt Francis L., city messenger, office, 

City Hall, h. Hawthorn, cor. Acacia 
Pratt Frank G., student H. U., rooms 29 

College House 
Pratt John E., compositor, h. 12 Warland 
Pratt Lewis, diamonds, house 9 Austin 
Pratt William H., sign painter (117 Water, 

B.), house 89 Inman 
Pratt William W., window shades, etc. (26 

Bromfield, B.), house 209 Harvard 
Prattis Annie, widow, house 5 West 
Pray A. H., at Russ Molding Co., house at 

East Boston [do. 

Pray Jas. W., clerk, 476 Cambridge, rooms 
Preble Henry, tutor in Greek and Latin 

H. U., rooms o4 Thayer Hall 
Preble Oram el B., action-maker, 162 

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Preble Origen O., machinist Riverside 

Press, house 29 Blackstone 
Prentice Edwin A., bookbinder, 7 Brattle, 

boards 21 Baldwin 
Prentice Henry H., compositor University 

Press, house 21 Baldwin 
Prentice Theodore P., letter carrier, Cam- 
bridge P. O., 7 Harvard row, house 

Crescent av., 2d on left from Oxford 
Prentiss Abigail Miss, h. 172 North av. 
Prentiss Dorcas B., widow of George A., 

house 17 Park [College House 

Prentiss John, student H. U., rooms 29 
Presbrey Edward A., cashier Nat'l Bank 

of Redemption (85 Devonshire, B.), h. 

10 Remington 
Presby Alonzo W., hackdriver, 120 Green, 

house 66 Auburn 
Presby Charles E., mason (571 Atlantic 

avenue, B.), house 131 Harvard 
Presby Frank A., printer (Harrison av., 

B.), boards 60 Auburn [Auburn 

Presby Matilda, widow of Alpha, house 60 
Prescott Charles E., action maker, 162 

Broadway, house 52 Mt. Auburn 
Prescott Eben C. Mrs., house 27 Mellen 
Prescott Edward, clerk (22 Tremont, B.), 

boards 27 Mellen 
Prescott George W., driver U. R. Co. 
Prescott Jennie Miss, teacher Training 

school, boards 144 Mt. Auburn 
Prescott Joel H. (H. P. Nutting & Co.), 

blacksmith, Palmer, h. 144 Mt. Auburn 
Prescott John W., clothes wringers (7 

Brattle square, B.), house 74 Pearl 
Prescott Kate Miss, milliner, boards 32 

Western avenue 
Prescott Mnfg. Co., builders' hardware, 

454 Main, and (237 Washington, B.) 
Prescott Rufus R., rubber stamp agent, 

house 3 Ballord place 
Preston James F., student H. U., rooms 26 

Matthews Hall [Holworthy Hall 

Preston John, student H. U., rooms 12 
Prevear Edward B. , salesman (5 Union, 

B.), house 197 Harvard 
Price Charles F., glass-cutter N. E. Glass 

Co., boards 71 Spring 
Price Edwin B., painter, boards 71 Spring 
Price Eugene, waiter Memorial Hall 
Price Isaac, glass-blower, h. 226 Bridge 
Price James Edwin (James M. Price & 

Son), 85 Cambridge, b. 118 Thorndike 
Price James M. (James M. Price & Son), 

85 Cambridge, house 118 Thorndike 
Price James M. & Son (James M. and 

James Edwin Price), stoves and hard- 
ware, 85 Cambridge 
Price Jane C, widow, house 58 Elm 
Price Julia A., widow of William B., h. 

71 Spring 
Price Richard E., milk can mnfr., 6 Prison 

Point Bridge, house 44 Fourth 
Price Thomas F., driver U. R. Co., boards 

58 Elm 
Price William, carriage painter. 232 North 

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Price W. B., student H. U., rooms 6 Beck 

Hall [Palmer, h. 45 Wright 

Pridham Edward R., wheelwright, 5 
Priest Charles W., police, station 2, house 

67 Norfolk - 
Priest Edward E., engineer S. F. E. 1, 

Brattle square, house 46 Winthrop 
Priest Edward E. jr., clerk, 9 Brattle, bds. 

46 Winthrop [Cambridge 

Priest Elizabeth C, widow of J. H., h. 527 
Priest Williard E., boards Ross House 
Priestley Gilbert W. Mrs., h. 29 Hoi yoke 
Priestley Oscar, iceman, b. 99 Concord av. 
Prime Joseph N., asst. supt. Cambridge 

Laundry, house 230 Pearl 
Prince James A., painter, 16 Brighton, 

house 36 Ellery [98 Columbia 

Prince Reuben B., carriage-smith, house 
Printen Robert, laborer, h rear 178 Green 
Prior George H., clerk (54 Central wharf, 

B. ), house 24 Mead 
Prior John, stasre carpenter Globe Theatre 

(598 Washington, B.), h. 36 Harvard 
Prior John W., hairdresser, 389 Main, 

house at Boston 
Prior Joseph H., stone-cutter, Gore wharf, 

house 18 Winter 
Prior Mary, widow, house 68 Broadway 
Prior Thomas, bookbinder, b. 68 Broadway 
Pritchard Maria F. Mrs., house 59 Green 
Pritchett Thomas, janitor (96 Tremont, 

B.), house 19 Tremont 
Proctor Benj. F., cooper, rear 68 Allston, 

house 68 do. 
Proctor George W., laborer, h. 43 Harvey 
Proctor John, carpenter, b. 105 Columbia 
Proctor John A., cooper, 68 Allston, h. 

55 Franklin [12 Murdock 

Proctor Michael, laborer, 368 Main, house 
Pronovost August, cooper, house 18 

Squire's court [Main 

Prospect House, Joseph Uhrig, prop., 596 
Proudfoot David (Wm. A. Hunnewell & 

Co. ), coal and wood, 84 Bridge, house 

146 Cambridge 
Prouty George C, express, order box, 25 

Central square, house at Somerville 
Prouty James L. (Custom House, B.), h. 

23 Antrim 
Prudy G. A., at 368 Main, b. 181 Harvard 
Prue Johu jr., engineer F. R. R. (Charles- 
town), house Cushing, near Belmont 
Prye George W., book stamper Riverside 

Press, house 104 Western avenue 
Pryor John, carriage painter, house 16 

Somerset 
Pryor John C, painter, bds. 16 Somerset 
Pryor Thomas, laborer, bds. 16 Somerset 
Puello Alexander, 3 Hampshire, house 

rear 133 Columbia 
Pugh Jonathan, baker, house 24 Cherry 
Pugh Michael, butcher Niles Bros., house 

5 Madison 
Pulaski August, butcher Niles Bros., Con- 
cord avenue, house near do. 
Pulaski John, butcher Niles Bros., bds. 

August Pulaski's 



Pulaski Julius, butcher Niles Bros., bds. 
August Pulaski's 

Pulcifer Geo. F., painter, b. 25 Tremont 

Pullen Fred B., sergt. of police, station 1, 
house 11 Farwell place 

Pullman Fred, butcher Niles Bros., boards 
August Pulaski's 

Pulsford Arthur, printer University Press, 
rooms 7 Gerry [avenue 

Pulsifer Hannah Miss, house 41 Coggswell 

Pulsifer Jas. W., britannia worker, house 
41 Coggswell avenue 

Pulsifer Joseph, cabinet-maker, boards 41 
Coggswell avenue [Suffolk 

Pummell Phillip T., cigar-maker, house 7 

Punch Ellen, widow, house 33 Carson 

Punch John H., lawyer, 89 Cambridge, 
and correspondent Cambridge Tri- 
bune, boards 4 Winter 

Purcell Andrew, laborer, h. 30 Willow 

Purcell Hycent, cement mnfr., 239 Main, 
house 27 Mt. Auburn 

Purcell James, laborer, h. 122 Brookline 

Purcell John, collar-maker, 10 Arrow, b. 
27 Mt. Auburn 

Purcell John, shoemaker, 135 Columbia, 
house rear do. 

Purcell Joseph, junk, house 41 Porter 

Purcell Michael, brass finisher, 368 Main, 
boards 27 Mt. Auburn 

Purcell Wm. P., cement-maker, 239 Main, 
boards 27 Mt. Auburn 

Purdy Gilbert G., piano action maker, h. 
30 Columbia 

Purington Samuel C, potter, Crescent 
avenue, boards Porter's Hotel 

Purr James, laborer, house 119 Harvard 

Purviance Emma G. M. Mrs., house 12 
Putnam avenue 

Putnam Amos B., bookkeeper (75 Corn- 
hill, B.), boards 16 Fairmont 

Putnam Frederick W., curator Peabody 
Museum of Archaeology and Ethnolo- 
gy, house 32 Irving 

Putnam George, lawyer (35 Court, B.), h. 
24 Quincy [Hollis Hall 

Putnam Herbert, student H. XL, rooms 17 

Putnam George E. B., journalist (259 
Washington, B.), house 414 Main 

Putnam John P. (Henry Thayer & Co.), 
chemist, 150 Broadway, house at Win- 
throp, Me. 

Putnam Joseph, action-maker, 162 Broad- 
way, house at Wilmington 

Putnam Lewis, veterinary surgeon, office 
and house, 170 North avenue 

Putnam Osgood, student H. U., rooms 17 
Hollis Hall 

Putnam Peter C, wood worker, 131 
Broadway, house 113 Hampshire 

Putnam Phillip A., printer, 68 Cambridge, 
rooms 38 Third 

Putnam Wm. L., student H. U., rooms 17 
Weld Hall 

Putnam Wm. T., trader, bds. W. J. Cow- 
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Putney Albert, spindle maker, house 39 



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Putney Albert F., clerk N. E. Glass Works, 

North, boards 39 Fourth 
Putney George (Howe & Putney), bacon 

curer, rear 414 Main, h. 30 Austin 
Pye William, carpenter, house 25 State 
Pym James, printer (4 Williams court, 

B. ) house 73 Pleasant 

QUALEY JOHN, laborer, b. 42 Clark 
Quails Samuel, gardener, h. r. 81 Oxford 
Quas Emil, butcher Niles Bros., boards 

August Pulaski's 
Quealey Austin, soap maker, 188 Broad- 
way, house 111 Elm 
Quealey John, baker, 502 Main, b.lll Elm 
Quealey Michael, soap maker, 188 Broad- 
way, house 42 Clark 
Quealey Patrick J., clerk, 413 Cambridge, 

boards 111 Elm 
Quealey Thomas, soap maker, 188 Broad- 
way, house 42 Clark 
Queen Isaac, laborer, house 51 Hastings 
Quigley Bernard D., liquors, 271 Cam- 
bridge, house do. [Dunster 
Quigley Charles, blacksmith U. R. Co., 
Quigley Edw., butcher Niles Bros., house 

at Charlestown 
Quigley Francis, stone-cutter, h. 17 Brown 
Quigley Hugh, tinsmith, h. 53 Charles 
Quigley James, laborer, 180 Main, b. r. do. 
Quigley John, laborer, 180 Main, h. r. do. 
Quigley J. S., pattern maker, 72 Main 
Quigley Patrick, laborer U. R. Co., Mt. 

Auburn, house Vineyard, cor. May 
Quigley Walter, cooper, house 149 Gore 
Quigley Win., helper, 17 Main 
Quill Patrick, currier, house 49 Cedar 
Quilter Michael, laborer, h. 245 Franklin 
Quincy Josiah jr., student H. U., rooms 

52 Brattle 
Quinlan Bartholomew, boiler maker B. L. 

& C. R. R. shop, house 34 Charles 
Quinlan James, teamster, h. 75 Gore 
Quinlan John, baker, 502 Main 
Quinlan John L , brass molder (14 Bever- 
ly, B.), h. Locust, corner Hoi worthy 
Quinn Ann, house 22 Warren 
Quinn Bridget, widow of Hugh, house 
452 Broadway [Bridge 

Quinn Catherine, widow of Wm„ h. 152 
Quinn Catherine E., widow of Charles, 

grocer, Vine, corner Fourth, h. do. 
Quinn Edward, instructor House of Cor- 
rection, house rear 110 Spring 
Quinn Eliza, widow of Nicholas, house 36 

Broadway 
Quinn Eliza,wid. of Patrick,h.23 Valentine 
Quinn Francis, house 13 Remington 
Quinn Frank E., laborer, 153 Putnam av., 

house 239 Pearl 
Quinn Geo., printer, 105 Magazine, bds. 

194 Green 
Quinn Hugh, pafnter, bds. 452 Broadway 
Quinn James, painter, bds. 452 Broadway 
Quinn James, molder H. M. Bird, Pelharn 
Quinn James, brush-maker, 12 Gore,house 
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Quinn James J., express Cambridge, near 

Third, house 189 Cambridge 
Quinn James P., painter, 14 Church, house 

116 Webster avenue 
Quinn Jeremiah, laborer, h. 249 Franklin 
Quinn John, carpenter, house 91 Vine 
Quinn John, core maker, Third, cor. Bent 
Quinn John, laborer, 1 Lechmere build- 
ing, Lechmere square 
Quinn John, stone-cutter, b. 125 Third 
Quinn John, grease collector, h. 39 Charles 
Quinn John, laborer, house 4 Spring place 
Quinn John, laborer, house 9 Willow 
Quinn John (63 Pitts, B.), house 25 Gore 
Quinn John, blacksmith, 72 Main 
Quinn John, laborer, bds. 23 Valentine 
Quinn John J., 168 Gore, bds. 143 do. 
Quinn Joseph F., plumber, 10 Brattle, bds. 

104 Kinnaird 
Quinn Margaret, widow of Patrick, house 

143 Gore 
Quinn Margaret, wid. Thos., h. 61 Spring 
Quinn Mary, widow of John, h. 239 Pearl 
Quinn Mary, widow of Maurice, house 125 

Third 
Quinn Mary Mrs., house 211 Franklin 
Quinn Mary A., widow of James, house 4 
Spring place [Third 

Quinn Maurice, rubber worker, bds. 125 
Quinn Michael, laborer, h. 160 Thorndike 
Quinn Michael, teamster, h. rear 42 Wash- 
ington [Auburn, h. do. 
Quinn Minnie Miss, dressmaker, 95 Mt. 
Quinn Patrick, teamster, 124 Harvard, h. 

120£ do. 
Quinn Patrick, laborer, house 149 Elm 
Quinn P. S., conductor U. R. Co. 
Quinn Sarah, widow of James,h. 1 Fourth. 
Quinn Terrence F., conductor U. R. Co., 

house 33 Carson 
Quinn Thos., laborer, house 15 Warren 
Quinn Thomas, house 118 Spring 
Quinn Timothy I., letter carrier E. Cam- 
bridge P. O., h. rear 24 Winter 
Quinn Wm., laborer, house 198 Bridge 
Quinn William A., trav. salesman, house 

Parker. 1st from Concord avenue 
Quirk Kennedy, shoemaker, b. 92 Gore 
Quirk Martin, cigar maker (149 Court, 
B.), boards 146 Pearl 

RAABE LOUIS, cabinet-maker, Otis, cor. 

First, boards 59 Third 
Rabey Charles, silver plater (24 Sudbury, 

B.), bds. 10 Conlon court 
Rabey Max, laborer, house 10 Conlon ct. 
Rackliffe Chas. W., conductor U. R. Co., 

bds. 14 Squire's court 
Rackliffe Joseph C, teamster, house 14 

Squire's court 
Rady Mary A., teacher Gannett primary 

school, boards 288£ Broadway 
Rady Michael C, mason, h. 141 Columbia 
Rady Philip, blacksmith, 454 Main, house 

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Rafferty Frank, saloon, 169 Bridge, boards 

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Rafferty James, laborer, house 11 Fourth 
Rafferty James, tailor, house 4 Harding 
Rafferty John, driver, 203 Bridge 
Rafferty Patrick, hostler U. R. Co., boards 

22 South 
Rafferty Thomas, laborer, h. 120 Fourth 
Rainburgher John, varnisher, 162 Broad- 
way, house 12 Rogers block 
Rainey James, stone-setter Mt. Auburn 

cemetery, h. 21 Sparks street place 
Raison Annie E. Mrs., house 12 Bath 
Rakestraw Elam, engineer (1 Hamilton, 

B.), boards 37 Winsor 
Ralph Thomas, foreman, 172 Pearl, house 

1 Acorn 
Ramhofer Edward J., hairdresser," 436 

Main, boards 14 Cowperthwaite 
Ramhofer Jacob, shoemaker, house 14 
Cowperthwaite [perthwaite 

Ramhofer John, brass-finisher, b. 14 Cow- 
Ramsay Alexander H., apothecary.l Brat- 
tle, house 857 Main 
Ramsay Alfred,finisher Middlesex Bleach- 
ery (Somerville), house Carver, near 
Sacramento 
Ramsay Frank, painter, boards Mrs. Jane 
Ramsay's, Carver [22 Elm 

Ramsay Harvey, cigars (59 Broad, B. ) , h. 
Ramsay James M , clerk (S. B. R. R, B.), 

house 41 Bowdoin 
Ramsay Jane, widow of Robert, house 

Carver, near Sacramento 
Ramsdell Annie Mrs., house 81 Inman 
Ramsdell Sarah J., widow of Daniel N., 

boards 9 Mead 
Ramsell Charles L., officer House of Cor- 
rection, house 69 Spring 
Ramsey Charles, mattress-maker (B.), h. 
14 Cambridge [Hall 

Ramsey F., student H. U., rooms 47 Weld 
Ramsey John, veterinary dentist, house 

57 Winsor 
Ramstein John A., varnisher, 162 Broad- 
way, house 26 Tremont 
Ranagan Peter, brush-maker,h. 102 Spring 
Rand Benjamin R., conveyancer Registry 
of Deeds, Otis, corner Second, boards 
70 Thorndike 
Rand B., student H. XL, bds. 1 Garden 
Rand Charles A., commission merchant 
(19 North Market, B.), house 84 
Thorndike 
Rand Charles O., bookkeeper (12 Chardon, 

B.), house 22 Coggswell avenue 
Rand Edward L. (Kelley & Rand), action 
maker, 162 Broadway, house at Ja- 
maica Plain [Quincy 
Rand Edward L., student H. U., house 16 
Rand George H., carver, h. 31 Baldwin 
Rand Harry L. (60 State, B.), boards 16 

Quincy 
Rand Harry S., clerk (45 Merchants row, 

B.), boards 158 North avenue 
Rand Henry C, leather (45 Merchants 
row, B.), house 158 North avenue 



Rand Henry M. (Rand & Taylor), pho- 
tographer, 33 River, house 165 Pearl 
Rand James, laborer, house 206 Third 
Rand James Mrs., house 29 Eliot 
Rand JVnnie L. Mrs., house 16 Quincy 
Rand Obed, house 22 Coggswell avenue 
Rand Oliver J., house 35 Bigelow 
Rand Sarah A. Mrs., teacher Shepard 

grammar school, bds. 282 North av. 
Rand Thomas B., teamster, h. 204 Third 
Rand W. B., student H. U., boards 21 

Trowbridge 
Rand & Taylor (Henry M. Rand and For- 
ester J. Taylor), photographers, 33 
River 
Randall Carrie L. Mrs., tel. operator W. 
U. T. Co., Lyceum Exchange, Harvard 
row, house 3 DeWolf [room 4 

Randall Catharine M. Mrs., house 11 River, 
Randall Daniel, laborer, h. rear 99 Sixth 
Randall Daniel jr., spring-bed maker, 38" 

Main, house 2 Hastings 
Randall Daniel W., currier, bds. 7 Cedar 
Randall E. P., sawyer, 162 Broadway, h. 
at Boston [DeWolf 

Randall Gilbert, traveling agent, house 20 
Randall Lester V., traveling salesman (157 

Milk, B.), house 12 Sidney 
Randall Lewis H., laborer, h. 286 Pearl 
Randall Mary E. Miss, house 7 Cedar 
Randall Thomas, laborer, boards 99 Sixth 

RANKIN EDWIN D., silver plater 
(50 Sudbury, B.), h. r. 113 Thorndike 
Rankin George J., carpenter, house rear 

23 Somerset 

Rankin John, mason, house 14£ Somerset 
Ranks Elisha C, packer (48 Canal, B.), h. 

49 Allston [Prescott 

Ranlet Charles, student H. U., rooms 20 
Ranlet Frederick J., student H. U., boards 

5 DeWolf [Roseland 

Ransom Chandler R. (38 School, B.), h. 9 
Rantz Andrez M., fresco painter, house 

24 Decatur 

Rath Franz, boards 713 Cambridge 
Rathmell George R., carpenter (B.), house 

1 Baldwin place 
Rauch Charles, glass-maker,h. 191 Norfolk 
Rawson George W., machinist, 72 Main, 
house 19 State [Pearl 

Rawson Orin, carpenter, h. Chestnut, cor. 
Ray Edwin C, fruit (12 Merchants row, 
B.), house 97 Inman [line 

Ray El : za, widow of James, h. 63 Brook- 
Ray George, clerk, 502 Main 
Ray Hannah, wid. of James, h. 27 Banks 
Ray Orren, driver, 249 Cambridge, rms. do. 
Ray Richard, clerk (40Boylston, B.), bds. 
160 Pleasant [bds. do. 

Ray William, hack driver, 133 Brookline, 
Raymond Charles A., boots and shoes (175 
Congress, 130 Hanover, and 12 Tre- 
mont row, B.), house 98 Ellery 
Raymond Charles E., wholesale grocer 
(9 Commercial, B.), and president 
Charles River St. Railway Co., 484 
Main, house 357 Harvard 






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Raymond Charles F., letter-carrier Cam- 
bridge P. O., boards 11 Lawrence 

Raymond Emmons, pres. Conn, and Pas- 
sumpsic River R. R., 33 N. Y. Mutual 
Life Insurance bldg. (95 Milk, B.), h. 
398 Broadway 

Raymond George Augustus, dentist, 218 
North avenue, house Lambert avenue, 
opposite Walnut avenue 

Raymond Geo. A., provisions, 25 Chaun- 
cy, house 23 do. 

Raymond George P., millinery (5 Tre- 
mont place, B.), house 124 Oxford 

Raymond James H., clerk (89 Broad, B. ), 
house rear 507 Main 

Raymond John C, music teacher, house 
11 Lawrence 

Raymond Leonard, printer University 
Press, boards 144 Mt. Auburn 

RAYMOND PATRICK H., busi- 
ness agent Cambridge Press, 531 Main, 
house 10 Pleasant 

Raymond Thomas C, supt. Cambridge 
Fruit Preserving Co., 25 Main, house 
84 Ellery 

Raymond Walter, general agent Montreal 
& Boston Air Line R. R. (240 Wash- 
ington, B.) boards 398 Broadway 

Raymond William H., wholesale grocer (9 
Commercial, B.), house 5 Lee 

Raymond Wm. T., clerk, h. 104 Pleasant 

Raynard Joseph F., cabinet-maker, 624 
Main, house 115 Auburn 

Rayne George W., machinist, 356 Main, 
house 11 Decatur [Holyoke 

Rayner C. H., student H. U., boards 39 

Rayner Robert J., portrait painter, 613 
Main 

Rayney J., baker, 502 Main 

READ CHARLES C, lawyer (27 
State, rooms 18 and 19, B.), boards 
William Read's, Appleton 

Read Edward, guns and sporting appara- 
tus (18 Faneuil Hall square, B.j, bds. 
William Read's, Appleton 

Read Freeman E., cabinet-maker, Rhoades 
building, State, house 22 Austin 

Read Harry, clerk (B.), bds. 101£ Inman 

Read James J., harnesses, etc. (13 Tre- 
mont row, B.), boards 6 Pemberton 

Read John, guns and sporting apparatus 
(13 Faneuil Hall square, B.), house 
Appleton, corner Highland 

Read J. Henry, county commissioner, 
Court House, East Cambridge, house 
at Westford 

Read J. Stacey, real estate (266 Washing- 
ton, B.), house 6 Pemberton 

Read Lucy G., widow of John, house 15 
Appian-way [Read's, Appleton 

Read Nathaniel G., sea-captain, bds. Wm. 

Read Peter L., laborer, house 82 Harvard 

Read Robert M., jeweler, h. 253 Broadway 

Read Samuel V. M., messenger (B. & P. 
depot, B.), house 101^ Inman 

Read Sarah G. Miss, bds. 343 Broadway 

Read Thomas J., carpenter, b. 20 Suffolk 



Read Wilder B., tinsmith, h. 16 Worcester 
Read Wm., guns and sporting apparatus 
(13 F. H. square, B.), house Appleton 
Read Wm. jr., guns and sporting appara- 
tus (13 F. H. sq., B. ), house Appleton 
Read, see Reed, also Reid 
Reade Sheridan P., student H. U., rooms 

1 Felton building 
Reagan Bernard, laborer, h. 9 Jefferson 
Reagan James, clerk, Cambridge, corner 

Third, boards 2 Dailey's alley 
Reagan Jeremiah, laborer, house 8 Fifth 
Reagan Jeremiah, hostler, 120 Green, h. 
224 Franklin [269 Cambridge 

Reagan Jeremiah J., clerk, 169 Gore, bds. 
Reagan John, laborer, house 154 Third 
Reagan John, laborer, boards 22 Warren 
Reagan John F., varnisher, 203 Bridge, 

house 122 Spring 
Reagan Michael, foreman curing dept., 

169 Gore, house 269 Cambridge 
Reagan Michael, laborer, house 143 Elm 
Reagan Timothy,laborer, h. 269 Cambridge 
Reagar Ludwig, scourer Lawrence Fis- 
cher, house Willis court 
Real Joseph, tinsmith, boards 28 Pelham 
Real Thomas J., case-maker, 162 Broad- 
way, house 225 do., room 2 
Reardon Bridget, widow of Daniel, house 

196 Franklin 
Reardon Catherine Mrs., house 16 Vine 
Reardon Cornelius, teamster, 221 Bridge, 

house 8 Fourth 
Reardon Daniel, laborer, h. 238 Franklin 
Reardon Edmund (John Reardon & Sons), 
oil mnfr., Waverly, corner Talbot, h. 
189 Pearl 
Reardon Hannah Mrs., house 27 Harvey 
Reardon James H„ at John Reardon & 

Sons, house 29 Erie 
Reai don John, laborer, h. 11 Hayes court 
Reardon John (John Reardon & Sons), 
oil mnfr., Waverly, corner Talbot, h. 
173 Pearl 
Reardon John, laborer, house 3 Jefferson 
Reardon John jr. (69 South Market, B.), 

house 173 Pearl 
Reardon John & Sons (John and Edmund 
Reardon), tallow oil mnfrs., Waverly, 
c. Talbot, and (69 South Market, B.) 
Reardon John J., iron-molder, Third, cor- 
ner Bent, house 15 Pine 
Reardon Margaret, widow of Michael, h. 
277 Cambridge [do. 

Reardon Michael, hostler, 334 Harvard, b. 
Reardon Michael, laborer, h. 198 Norfolk 
Reardon Michael J., baker, h.178 Franklin 
Reardon Morris, laborer, bds. 190 Bridge 
Reardon Owen, driver, 203 Bridge, house 

8 Gore 
Reardon Timothy, switch-tender U. R. 

Co., house 123 Spring 

Recor Adolphus, sawyer, 624 Main, house 

412 do. [house do. 

Reddam Timothy, liquors, 38 DeWolf, 

Reddick Henry J., station agent F. R. R., 

Porter's station, North av., house do. 



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Redding Margaret P. K. Mrs., house 143 

Magazine 
Redding Sylvanus, engineer (Foster's whf., 

B.), house 72 Sixth 
Reddy Paul, bacon-curer, rear 414 Main, 

house 222 Franklin 
Reddy, see Rady 

Redfern James, blacksmith, 72 Main 
Redfem Justinian, blacksmith, house 83 
Broadway [Franklin 

Redfern William, gardener, house 187 
Redfield Frederick C, bookkeeper (B.), 

boards 31 Norfolk 
Redfield Wm. P., bookkeeper (450 Wash- 
ington, B. ), house 90 Prospect 
Redhouse William, hairdresser, 12 Rogers 
block, Main, house do. [Grant 

Redington Anna, widow of John, h. 25 
Redington Edward C, laborer, b. 13 Grant 
Redmon Delia, widow, house 16 Vine 
Redmon Delia, widow, house 23 McCabe 
Redmond John, marble-worker (Charles- 
town, B. ), house 212 Bridge 
Redmond John, laborer, house 7 Foster's 

block, rear 93 Main 
Reed Alonzo, blacksmith, Palmer, near 

Brattle, house 9 Soden 
Reed Charles, trunk maker, rear 382 

Main, boards Hotel Clark, Clark 
Reed Charles P., action-maker, 162 Broad- 
way, house at Wilmington 
Reed Charles EL, boards 34 Brattle square 
Reed Chester A., student H. IL, boards 

347 Harvard 
Reed Chester I. Mrs., house 347 Harvard 
Reed Clarence G. (Clarence G. Reed & 
Co.), plasterer, order box Lyceum Ex- 
change, Harvard square, house at 
Somerville 

REED CLARENCE G. & CO. 
(Clarence G. and Samuel M. Reed), 
plasterers and stucco workers, order 
box 22, Sawin's express office, Lyceum 
Exchange, Harvard square 

Reed Edward D., clerk (32 Summer, B ), 
boards 79 Thorndike 

Reed Enos W., milkman, h. 79 Thorndike 

Reed E. Julius, clerk, 1 Brewer block, 
Brattle square, heuse at Boston 

Reed Frederick (Edward Hixon & Co.). 
furniture, 124 Harvard, and (374 Wash- 
ington, B. ), house at Boston 

Reed George B., law bookseller (124 Corn- 
hill, B.), house 43 Cottage 

Reed George H. , house 80 Cambridge 

Reed Geo. H., packer, Otis, corner First, 
boards 9 Soden 

Reed Guilford S., dentist (14 Winter, B ), 
house 782 Main 

Reed Henry L., action maker, 162 Broad- 
way, house 4 Rockwell 

Reed Honora, wid. of John, h. 45 Banks 

Reed James, fishing rod maker, 26 Banks, 
house do. 

Reed James Mrs., human hair worker, 
house 39 Cowperthwaite 

Reed John, laborer, h. 22 Charles River 



Reed John W., hostler U. R. Co., Dunster, 

house 22 Charles River 
Reed Joseph, laborer, house 35 Harding 
Reed Joseph Nelson, house Parker, 2d 

from Concord avenue 
Reed Louisa, boards 38 Hastings 
Reed Samuel M. (Clarence G. Reed & Co.), 

plasterer, house 735 Cambridge 
Reed Waldo, clerk (B.), boards 516 Main 
Reed William, fishing rod maker, boards 

39 Cowperthwaite 
Reed William, laborer, bds. 38 Hastings 
Reed, see Read, also Reid 
Reehal James, glass maker, h. 21 Winter 
Reehal James E., glass maker,b. 21 Winter 
Reehal Peter A., upholsterer, b. 21 Winter 
Reehal Wm., laborer, 211 Bridge, house 

21 Winter 
Rees Edwin, painter, house 422 Main 
Rees Frank W., printer (47 Federal, B.), 

house 10 Eaton 
Rees Harry J., printer (46 Federal, B.), 

boards 422 Main 
Rees James, fireman B. L. & C. R. R., 

rooms 120 Cambridge 
Reeves Benjamin F., hairdresser, 185 

North av., house 7 Lambert avenue 
Reeves Edward O., clerk, house 15 Mellen 
Reeves Fred H., treas.'s clerk B. L. & C. 

R. R (Causeway, B.), b. 7 Lambert av. 
Reeves Fred W., clerk (443 Washington, 

B.), boards 11 Leigh ton court 
Reeves John J. W., editor, house 516 Main 
Reeves Patrick D., laborer, house Burns 

block, Foster place [Leighton court 
Reeves Samuel, tin peddler, house 11 
Regal Annie U. Miss, clerk, 47^ Gore, 

boards 6 Second 
Regal Augustus, glass worker, h. 75 Spring 
Regal Elizabeth P., teacher Thorndike 

grammar school, boards 6 Second 
Regal Frank, glass maker, h. 89 Fourth 
Regal Frank jr., telegrapher, b. 89 Fourth 
Regal Mary M. Mrs., dry goods, 47£ Gore, 

house 6 Second [Second 

Regal Nellie A. Miss, compositor, boards 6 
Regal Victor, house 6 Second 
Regan John F., grainer, house 122 Spring 
Regan Michael T., teamster, house 58 

Webster avenue 
Registry of Deeds, Otis, corner Second, 

East Cambridge 
Rehill Thomas, laborer, h. 12 Portland 
Reid Emma Miss, dressmaker, 37 Winsor, 

house do. 
Reid George H., key finisher, 139 Broad- 
way, house 177 Norfolk 
Reid J as. A., plumber, 28 River, h. 21 Park 
Reid James B., jeweler (383 Washington, 

B.), boards 216 Pearl 
Reid Michael, plasterer, order box 7 Har- 
vard square, house 37 Willard 
Reid Robert, machinist, 368 Main, house 

202 Green 
Reid William B., printer University Press, 

boards at South Boston 
Reid, see Reed, also Read 



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Reilly James, teamster, 115 Bridge, boards 

at Somerville 
Reilly James H., clerk, 115 Bridge, boards 

at Somerville 
Reis F., student H. U., b. 467 Broadway 
Reis Manuel D., baker, 67 Gore, h. do. 
Remick Charles H., house 9j Bigelow 
Remick Jacob B., cattle broker, boards 

Charles Curtis', Groveland 
Remick Ursula M., widow of John, house 

9£ Bigelow 
Rent William, printer (324 Washington, 

B.), house 9 Rockwell 
Renton Jas., tailor, 390 Cambridge, h. do. 
Revault Edward, laborer, house off 

Adams, near Belmont line 
Revere Sugar Refinery (Nash, Spaulding 

& Co.), Water, opp. N. E. Glass Co., 

office (23 Broad, B.) 
Reversible Collar Co., paper collar and 

cuff mnfrs , 10 Arrow, and (84 Hawley 

B.), George K. Snow, pres. and supt., 
Rexford Elizabeth, widow of R. W., house 

56 Mt. Auburn 
Reycroft Cora A. Miss, teacher Lassell 

primary school, boards 30 East 
Reycroft Joseph W., wood worker (B.) 

house 30 East 
Reynolds Charles E., restaurant (23 Cam- 
bridge, B.), house 54 Prospect 
Reynolds George R., clerk, 114 Cambridge, 

boards 12 Fifth 
Reynolds George W., clerk (50 Summer, 

B.), boards 65 Cherry 
Reynolds Henry C, marble worker, 19 

Main, house at Boston 
Reynolds James D., house 12 Fifth 
Reynolds John, laborer, boards Mrs. Julia 

Reynolds', Jackson, near Spruce 
Reynolds J. Albert, driver, 502 Main,house 

23 Green 
Reynolds Julia, widow of James, house 

Jackson, near Spruce 
Reynolds Mary E. Mrs., boarding-house, 

59 Franklin 
Reynolds Samuel, bootmaker, house 4 

Stinson court 
Reynolds Sarah L., widow of James, house 

10 Blackstone 
Reynolds Stephen W., treas. Mexican Cen- 
tral R. R. (70 Kilby, room 21, B.), h. 

12 Meacham 
Reynolds Terry, boiler-maker, 356 Main, 

house at Boston 
Reynolds William A., fruit dealer, house 

65 Cherry 
Rhind Richard A., tailor, h. r. 64 Charles 
Rhinelander Frederic W., student H. U., 

rooms 6 Weld Hall 
Rhoades Angie L., widow of Silas, house 

12 Bigelow 
Rhoades A., at 139 Broadway, b. 116 Main 
Rhoades Herbert A., house 12 Bigelow 
Rhoades Josiah, tinsmith, 85 Cambridge, 

house at Allston 
Rhoades Josiah R., carpenter, 102 Allston, 

house 224 Pearl 



Rhoades Solomon ( W. F. Hay ward & Co.), 
provisions, 3 Brattle, h. at Somerville 

Rhoades Taney, grocer, 110 Harvard, h. 
113 Washington 

Rhodes Albert, key scraper, 138 Broad- 
way, house 106 Main 

Rhodes Ann, widow, house 166 Main 

Ricard Adolphus, sawyer, 624 Main, house 
414 do. [Prescott 

Rice Charles M., student H. U., rooms 20 

Rice Duane L., organ and piano maker, 
624 Main, house 42 Pearl 

Rice Edmund, brevet Col. U. S. A., house 

56 Buckingham 

Rice E., driver U. R. Co. [ham 

Rice George D., contractor, h. 56 Bucking- 
Rice George P., conductor U. R. Co., bds. 

14 Trowbridge 
Rice George P., salesman (3 Winthrop sq., 

B.), house 66 Inman 
Rice Harriet Mrs., rooms 75 Green 
Rice Henry G., clerk (364 Washington, 

B. ), boards 342 Harvard 
Rice Homer, real estate, mortgages, etc., 

(2 Change av., B.), boards 11 Market 
Rice Horace, peddler, boards 4 Oak 
Rice Israel, carpenter, boards 12 Dunster 
Rice Israel, peddler, boards 4 Oak 
Rice Israel L. G., pattern-maker, house 56 

Buckingham 
Rice James A., clerk, 190 Cambridge, bds. 

57 Sixth 

RICE JAMES B. jr., hats, caps, etc. 
(36 to 40 Chauncy, B.), house 134 

North avenue 
Rice John S., tin plate worker (23 John, 

B.), house 18 Perry [7 Spruce 

Rice Maria H., widow of Joseph H., house 
Rice Marshall N. (American Net and 

Twine Co.), Third, h. at Arlington 
Rice Martin J., at 139 Broadway, house 69 

Sixth 
Rice Mary R., nurse, bds. 77 Washington 
Rice Thomas, milkman, teamster Mount 

Auburn cemetery, h. 257 Mt. Auburn 
Rice Thomas G., U. S. appraiser (177 

State, B.), house 342 Harvard 
Rice Thomas J., stone-cutter, 53 Main, 

house at Boston 
Rice William, tailor, 24 Central square, 

house 132 Auburn 
Rice William H.. clerk (F. R. R. Cause- 
way, B.), boards 144 Austin 
Rich Benjamin W., servant, 400 Broad- 
way, boards do. [h. do. 
Rich L. Woodbury, milkman, 71 Pleasant, 
Richards Charles, carriage painter, boards 

117 Harvard 
Richards Charles F., tinsmith, house 40 

Broadway 
Richards Daniel P., porter, 162 Broadway, 

house 20 Walnut court 
Richards Gardner W., box maker, boards 

62 Cherry 
Richards George A., bds. 11 Waterhouse 
Richards George E., laborer, boards 242 

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Richards Hannah, wid. of Michael,liquors, 

113 Spruce, house do. 
Richards Henry N., student H. U., rooms 

35 Thayer Hall 
Richards John, conductor U. R. Co., rms. 

Cambridge, corner Baldwin 
Richards John E., action maker, 162 

Broadway, house at Medford 
Richards Joseph R., architect (46 Court, 

room 16, B.), house 733 Cambridge 
Richards O. J., tinsmith, 502 Main, house 

at Somerville 
Richards Reuben A., metal broker (60 

Union, B.), boards 159 Brattle 
Richards Warner S., student H. U., rms. 

54 College House 
Richards William P., architect (46 Court, 

B.), house 733 Cambridge 
Richardson Albert J., clerk (18F. H. sq., 

B. ), boards 42 Brookline 
Richardson Alexander, U. S appraiser's 

office (177 State, B.), h. 88 Harvard 
Richardson Benj. F., musical instruments 

(13 Bowker, B.), h. 143 Washington 
Richardson Benj. H., h. 30 Hubbard av. 
Richardson Caleb T., baker, 502 Main, h. 

29 Brookline [Charles River 

Richardson Charles, plasterer, house 28 
Richardson Charles A., bookkeeper, 10 

Brattle, house 90 Banks 
Richardson Charles E., traveling sales- 
man, 503 Main, bds. 7 Lake View av. 
Richardson Daniel M., student H. U., 

rooms 2 Holworthy Hall 
Richardson Eliza A. Miss, indexer, Otis, 

corner Second, bds. at Charlestown 
Richardson El win B., action maker, 162 

Broadway, house at Woburn 
Richardson Emily M. Mrs., house 195 

Cambridge 
Richardson Etta, action maker, 162 Broad- 
way, house at Wilmington 
Richardson Fannie L., widow, b. 765 Main 
Richardson Frank, action maker, 162 

Broadway, house at Wilmington 
Richardson Frank C, starter "People's 

Line" coaches (Summer, corner Wash- 
ington, B.), boards 195 Cambridge 
Richardson Frank E., musician, boards 

143\Vashington 
Richardson Frederick F., tin plate worker, 

153 Putnam avenue, house 81 River 

RICHARDSON GEO. E., clerk 
and messenger National City Bank, 
553 Main, boards 803 do. 

Richardson George F., mason, h. 41 Essex 

Richardson George M., clerk (216 State, 
B.), boards 39 Walden 

Richardson George M-, student H. XL, 
rooms 2 Holyoke 

Richardson George P. Mrs., h. 7 Frost 

Richardson Georgianna, widow of George 
E., milliner, 99 Mt. Auburn, h. do. 

Richardson Harriet E. Miss, boarding- 
house, 5 Rockwell 

Richardson Henry (86 Court, B.), house 
Carver, opposite Wendell 



Richardson Herbert A., student H. U., 

rooms 26 Weld Hall 
Richardson Horace, peddler, bds. 40 Erie 
Richardson Horace R., milkman, b. 40 Erie 
Richardson Horatio S. (A. R. Bayley & 

Co.), apothecary, 607 Main, and (Bay- 
ley & Richardson), 32 River, house 

134 Austin 
Richardson James, porter, h. 15 Hastings 
Richardson James, laborer, house Foster, 

near Sparks [48 Auburn 

Richardson James jr., teamster, house r. 
Richardson John, baker, 502 Main, house 

42 Brookline 
Richardson John C, real estate (15 Con- 
gress, room 5, B.), house 20 Lake 
Richardson John P., asst. supt., 162 

Broadway, house 218 Harvard 
Richardson Joseph, laborer, h. 34 Hastings 
Richardson Joseph, rigger, h. 82 Harvard 
Richardson Mary B. Miss, b. 329 Harvard 
Richardson Mercy, widow of Edward, 

house 803 Main 
Richardson Olive A. Miss, rooms 9 Story 
Richardson Orlando B., 7 Harvard square, 

house at Somerville 
Richardson Oscar W., driver, 503 Main, 

boards 9 Norfolk 
Richardson Richard, can-maker, 502 Main, 

boards 41 Franklin [Cambridge 

Richardson Richard, polisher, boards 19 
Richardson Richard R., engineer (85 Court, 

B. ), house 58 Austin 
Richardson Samuel C, hairdresser, 4 Brat- 
tle, house 53 Mt. Auburn 
Richardson Sarah E. Mrs., clerk, treas. 

office U. R. Co., boards 76 Green 
Richardson S. O. jr., clerk N\ E. Glass 

Works, North, corner Water, boards 

at Wakefield 
Richardson Virgil C, porter (27 Otis, B.), 

house 54 Washington 
Richardson Walcott, h. 7 Lake "View av. 
Richardson Warren J., trav. salesman, 503 

Main, boards Prospect House 
Richardson William Fox, iron and steel 

(41 Fulton, B.), house 39 Walden 
Richardson William F. jr. (41 Fulton, B.), 

boards Wm. F. Richardson's, Walden 
Richardson William H., milkman, 132 

Franklin, boards do. 
Richardson William T. ( W. T. Richardson 

& Co.). coal, College wharf, foot Dun- 

ster, house 42 Trowbridge 
Richardson Willis K., plumber, b. 20 Lake 

RICHARDSON W. T. & CO. 
(Wm. T. Richardson and M. Clinton 

Bacon), coal and wood, College whf., 

foot Dunster, order box, 464 Harvard 
Richmond Ann Mrs., h. 16 Leighton ct. 
Richmond Jas. F., confectionery, etc., 426 

Harvard, boards 16 Leighton court 
Richmond John W., glass-maker, boards 

16 Leighton court [lumbia 

Richmond Joseph S., 441 Main, bds. 2 Co- 
Richmond Phillip, student H. U., rooms 

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Richmond William H., machinist, bds. 16 

Leighton court 
Rickards Bennett O., case maker, 162 

Broadway, house 54 Austin 
Bicker Charles V., boards 85 Winsor 
Ricker Clinton A. (Cambridge Extract 

Co.), 539 Main, house 114 Thorndike 
Ricker Frances B., widow of Vesey P., 

house 85 Winsor 
Ricker G